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While such preservation of vistas and nature protect the environment associated with a cottage or vacation property, it also complicates the buying and selling process. Here are some common pitfalls.

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If you don’t know the laws related to residential tenancy, I can almost guarantee that you as a Realtor or landlord will become a victim of it.

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Today people say time is money but that is not really true. Time is still free and you can give it away to people who need it, if you are willing.

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The British Columbia government has a reputation for being a real estate industry disruptor. Some believe some of the measures may spread to other Canadian housing markets. Here’s a look at what could be coming.

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The old adage that the customer is always right went out the window with the stereotypical slick, cigar-smoking salesman who couldn’t care less about the customer’s needs.

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David Greenspan outlines why your newsletter should contain only targeted real estate information and how to build a connection with your clients.

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The usual suspects are location, location, location, and price, price, price, but you may very well be entering a blind alley if you don’t know exactly why a particular style of home may not work for the buyers.

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Will the sellers have to disclose this gruesome discovery should they decide to sell their home in the future? Here are five lessons to remember when it comes to property stigmas.

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"This property is “waiting for your decorating flare.” Nothing like a sudden burst of flames to add a cosy touch!" Peggy Blair lists some of her favourite recent real estate listing bloopers.

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We're seeing a steady rise in the willingness of clients to file complaints against agents for unprofessional behaviour. And worse, get a litigator involved.