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Re/Max Metro-City Realty in Ottawa will hold its 33rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament in support of Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind on Sept. 22. The tournament will feature sponsored holes and activities, a raffle, and a silent auction.
Navut

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Moving to a new, unfamiliar city poses many difficulties, but a new online resource called Navut uses a complex matchmaking algorithm to introduce movers to local real estate professionals.

COLUMNISTS

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I remember some great characters. I can’t and won’t name them because I might do some an injustice. Some brokers and salespeople called themselves “The king of the neighbourhood” or “The queen of the region” and such.
Ari Lahdekorpi and his guitar.

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Over the years my guitar has been heard on hundreds of records, radio jingles and TV and film soundtracks. I share this all to reflect on what 45 years of playing guitar has taught me as I relate to the world of real estate.


ADVICE FOR AGENTS

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Bruce Keith suggests four questions to ask your clients when you sense that they are hesitating about moving forward. This will help you to help them get off the fence and ease their hesitation.
Maintain balance and productivity

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We've talked about how regular cleaning of your database is an important part of maintaining it. I recommend cleaning it up four times a year. Here are some tips on how to organize your database.

PRODUCTS & TECH

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The “Digital For Sale Sign” from iSign Media Solutions lets listing agents to broadcast information about a residential or commercial listing directly from the listed property.
Patrick Arkeveld

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Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies has named Patrick Arkeveld as its new president. Arkeveld joins Lone Wolf with a “vast portfolio of experience in the technology sector,” the company says.

BOARDS & ASSOCIATIONS

From left: 2015 LSTAR president Carl Vandergoot, holding a photo of Sophia Koladich, Jack Phoenix, Courtney Simpson and Sam Peifer- Dawson.

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The London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR) announced the recipients of this year’s LSTAR Scholarship. Eligible applicants must be either the children or grandchildren of an LSTAR member or staff.
NSAR president-elect Roger Sanford presents graduate Sydney MacDonald with a bursary.

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The Nova Scotia Association of Realtors (NSAR) has awarded three students $3,257 each for their exceptional academics and community involvement. “Realtors in Nova Scotia are passionate about lifelong learning,” says Gord Burns, NSAR’s president.

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