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Wired Certification Guidelines are designed to be used by architects, engineers and developers during the design and construction phases of any commercial development or redevelopment.
Albert Pereira

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Coldwell Banker Kamloops Realty, operated by CEO Rick Siemens and sales manager/broker Albert Pereira, recently opened in Kamloops, B.C. Pereira has been a successful broker for over 20 years.

NEWS

Jeremy Brooks, Engel & Völkers Barrie

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Engel & Völkers marked the launch of its newest real estate shop in Barrie, Ont. with a grand opening event recently, led by license partner Jeremy Brooks.

COLUMNISTS

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Your mindset is a “mental currency” and money and mindset are related more than you think they are. Think of your mindset as being a currency that you are investing in.

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The information provided through the blockchain has the highest degree of integrity and validity as it comes directly from the source and the original document remains with that source.


ADVICE FOR AGENTS

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Education continues long after mandatory licensing courses. Personal coaching and private training is gaining popularity throughout business sectors.
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It’s amazing how many of us want the same thing. But WANTING and DOING are two different things. To make it happen, you actually need to DO. So here is how to DO.

PRODUCTS & TECH

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IPAX USA & Americas Property Expo returns to the vibrant city of Toronto on 20th September 2018 at the Marriott Downtown CF Toronto Eaton Centre.
From left: Gino Schincariol, Lorne Andrews and Surina Hart

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The new Hart Real Estate Academy will provide Ontario real estate professionals with interactive in-class sessions both face-to-face and online.

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

Peter McLean

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The Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) elected Peter McLean of Peterborough, Ont. as AIC’s national president for 2018/2019.
Attendees had over 260 industry exhibitors to explore over course of two days.

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More than 8,000 real estate and industry professionals attended the Toronto Real Estate Board’s 18th annual Realtor Quest. Attendance was up by more than five per cent.