In a world of technology, Mohammed Rahman’s hardcover DLG (daily lead generating) planner sits on agents’ desks, a silent but constant reminder to stay focused and eliminate unproductive habits and replace them with productive ones.
Toronto firm Futureshare says it is offering an alternative to Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCs) and reverse mortgages for homeowners who want to use their real estate equity without taking on new debt.
3Foundations Technology Group has launched Monitor My Mortgage, which the company says is a “platform that gives users the power to determine the best options available to them for their ‘in term’ mortgage – at any time.”
Toronto-based MoveSnap has been working on a technology that simplifies the entire relocation process, the company says. Research has named moving as the third-most stressful event after death and divorce.
Real estate software producer Lone Wolf Technologies recently launched the Idea Portal, where the company’s clients can submit ideas, view and vote on other ideas and see the status of any suggestion that has been submitted.
In a market driven by the demand for real-time information, consumers are seeking more from their real estate professionals – an everyday challenge the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) understands.
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