What's New

What's New

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The REALTORS® Conference & Expo is taking place just across the border in Chicago, Illinois. Join us November 3-6, where the sky’s the limit to what you’ll accomplish!

Casey Rue

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SpaceList and Common Areas, two commercial real estate software companies, have formed a strategic alliance to help building owners, brokers, property/facility managers, tenants and service providers.

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Monitor My Mortgage is a “first-of-its-kind technology platform that gives users the power to determine the best options available to them for their ‘in term’ mortgage,” say creators 3Foundations Technology Group.

Marcel Potvin

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xTradeHomes is an automated service that promises it will “allow agents to sell homes in minutes – without having to be tech savvy”, and is launching in Alberta.

The BellaRuby Closing Gift software.

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The BellaRuby word-of-mouth, automated system allows the agent to invite trusted connections to join, and tracks the number of referrals made to trigger reciprocity.

Re/Max’s new Instagram account showcases clients’ stories.

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Re/Max Canada launched an Instagram account this spring that lets its clients share their stories. Re/Max is already active on other social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, but felt it was time to embrace Instagram.

A screenshot of the Darkhorse Analytics online tool.

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Darkhorse Analytics, an Edmonton company that specializes in predictive analytics and data visualizations, has created a free online mapping tool for assessments in Vancouver, Edmonton and San Francisco.

An example of a house portrait from Russell McRae's website.

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“A house portrait is a winner every time,” says Russell McRae of Vancouver-based McRae Portraits. “They bought the house so you know they already like it.”

Paul Hayman

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Fivewalls, a website service that matches experienced real estate salespeople with clients, has launched in the Greater Toronto Area and plans to expand across Canada.

Deena Friedman

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Not only does having a house check service alert the homeowner to property damage, it can help them avoid insurance claim denials, says Toronto Home Watch president Deena Friedman.