What's New

What's New

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A recent study commissioned by Real Estate Webmasters says that last year, 53 per cent of real estate professionals spent less than $5,000 on their annual marketing efforts, including both online and offline avenues.

Resource Multimedia owners Paula Henriques and Shannon Mastaler and their team offer social media management, content and marketing services.

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Resource Multimedia, a Waterdown, Ont.-based social media management and content development company, is offering social media training classes tailored to real estate professionals and others in the industry.

David Chilton

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Best-selling author and former CBC Dragon David Chilton will be sharing his personal success story in Hamilton on Wednesday, March 28.

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The Association of Family Offices in Asia has announced a partnership with Chinese property platform Juwai.com, which will make it easier for Chinese and other wealthy Asian investors to access international real estate.

Ben Myers

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Housing analyst Ben Myers has launched a new boutique residential real estate advisory firm, Bullpen Research & Consulting. Myers has more than 15 years of domestic and international housing industry experience.

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Founded by husband and wife Daniel and Katie Steinfeld, On the Block Realty offers clients a choice between conventional real estate sales methods or opting instead for a “‘sale by online auction” platform.

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HomeProof.com, a web-based tool that recently launched, enables consumers to get an instant home valuation report, leveraging data from the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) among other sources.

A screenshot from Inventory Cloud

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Toronto-based tech company Inventory Cloud wants to do for the new home and condo industry what the MLS system has done for resale properties.

A screenshot of Agile CRM's "Real Estate CRM" product.

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Agile CRM recently launched Real Estate CRM, which is says “is designed to empower real estate professionals... to seamlessly track and manage all of their customers, leads, listings and deals”.

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Repree and NexOne, providers of online paperless real estate solutions, have merged operations. While both products will still be available independently, the teams are also merging all employees across Canada.