What's New

What's New

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Designation Hub, an online real estate business platform that offers training and business tools to real estate salespeople, has launched a campaign to rally more support for Ontario’s Bill 104, Tax Fairness For Realtors Act.

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Kathleen Black Coaching & Consulting is holding a conference and networking event limited to real estate professionals who have brokered a minimum of 100 transactions in a year.

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Jimmy Chan and Sahil Jaggi, the winners of The Schulich School of Business at York University’s 2016 Start-Up Day, have launched their winning real estate services start-up, Odyssey3D.

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Seniors are sharing ongoing household expenses and the cost of support services, while each owning an undivided interest in the whole property (not just their exclusive private area) that can be sold on the open market.

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What to do? Suggest to your downsizing clients or anyone who is moving and not taking all of their furniture and household items with them to donate to their local furniture bank.

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Dominion Lending Centres (DLC) has launched a nationwide, light-hearted advertising campaign featuring characters portraying outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama and an expectant mother of quadruplets.

Milan Baic and Zoran Vukasovic

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DealTap Group recently raised funding, including an investment from title insurance provider FCT, to double its workforce to support the DealTap 2.0 transaction platform in Ontario, the company says.

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Loft47 has partnered with dotloop, a platform for simplifying the real estate buying and selling process. If your real estate team or brokerage uses dotloop, transaction details will now flow to Loft47.

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Toronto-based DUCA Financial Services Credit Union recently launched its Community Hero Mortgage in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area.

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The benefit to real estate professionals is that is by partnering with a rent-to-own investment company (or starting your own) you may gain access to a whole new segment of the population who wouldn’t normally be clients.