Richard Robbins talks about the real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area and outlines what you have to do to maintain your share of sales.


We aren’t Realtors (that’s why we’ve hired you), so we don’t always understand the process of buying or selling a home. We need you to explain what’s going on.

Where are the fences, decks and landscaping?


It all sounds so easy. First you follow the roadside signs to a homebuilder’s trailer and sign an offer to buy. Then resell the house and take the profits! But sometimes unexpected wrinkles pop up.


What would it take to get the underperformers, the struggling or non-starters, to sit down with a certified staging professional and have a serious conversation about how staging will improve their business?


Canadian businesses, FINTRAC and police and national security agencies all have a role to play in creating a hostile environment for those who seek to abuse our financial system or threaten the safety of Canadians.


We are getting better all the time at catching the cheaters and bad guys. I believe the real estate business in Canada leads the way.


In recent years, disruptive forces have transformed how we think about entire industries. The workspace revolution is coming. Smart businesses are planning for it now.


I hereby offer up a Realtor Dictionary, and in the further spirit of continuing education, I’m adding in multiple choice options, just like your real estate exam!


Now for the dinner-table special treat: Medjool dates and maple syrup pork chop cream. You can make this sauce as plain or fancy as you like.


For the GPS to take you where you want to go, it simply needs to know your current location and where you want to go. Once you clarify and remain focused on your vision, the exact steps will keep appearing.