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Danny Kucharsky

Danny Kucharsky is a contributing writer for REM.


“I think we’re going to end up with the ability to do single recusal as long as we have the consent of both parties,” says Jim McCaughan, a former president of the British Columbia Real Estate Association.


A hydroponic grow box called Grobo may be the solution for real estate professionals seeking to help select clients grow cannabis safely in their homes once the practice becomes legal, says financial consultant James Zaza.


Zillow Group will begin accepting Canadian home listings next year on its U.S. consumer real estate sites, including and

A look inside the new Engel & Völkers offices.


In late August, Engel & Völkers opened a 6,500-sq.-ft. head office on Sherbrooke Street in downtown Montreal. The two-storey flagship office also serves as Engel & Völkers’ seventh brokerage in the province.


A move to dissolve Saskatchewan’s real estate boards and provincial association with an eye toward forming a single organization has failed to pass after it did not receive the required two-thirds approval from the voting groups.


Realty Executives International is investing up to US$10 million to expand in Canada, with a primary focus on growth in Alberta and B.C. Canada “had some great performing groups,” for the brand, says David Tedesco, CEO.

Chris Pennycook


About 50 real estate leaders from the U.S. and Canada took part in the 2017 Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) Leadership Invitational in Winnipeg in June.

Paul Hayman


Fivewalls, a website service that matches experienced real estate salespeople with clients, has launched in the Greater Toronto Area and plans to expand across Canada.

Drew Keddy


Sutton Group president and CEO Drew Keddy says the long-term goal is to increase Sutton’s market penetration in key markets "because there’s a direct correlation between market share and broker profitability."


Quebec real estate brokers are showing that real estate is not a kids’ game in a new province wide campaign that features children doing jobs usually handled by professionals.