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Government policy is contributing to a falling homeownership rate and younger Canadians are being impacted the hardest, says a new report from Mortgage Professionals Canada.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 22, Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors (KWAR) is hosting its Housing Market Insights forum at Bingemans Marshall Hall.

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In eight of the 10 Canadian cities surveyed, commercial tax rates were at least double those of residential tax rates. Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal posted the highest commercial-to-residential ratios in the country.

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Seven of the 10 most expensive neighbourhoods in Canada are in Metro Vancouver with Toronto Downtown, Oakville and Richmond Hill in the Greater Toronto Area positioned third, sixth and 10th respectively.

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Richard Robbins uses the latest Toronto sales statistics to explain how to use market intelligence in your conversations with consumers. Use this example in your market so prospects will see tremendous value in you and look to you as their trusted advisor.

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A survey of more than 9,000 people in nine countries says that Canadians are among the most “digitally active” homebuyers in the world, which has “significant implications for consumers and the property industry”.

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The Quebec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB) estimates that three out of four residential real estate resales in Quebec are concluded through the Centris provincial collaboration system used by real estate brokers.

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I think it is pretty obvious for those of us in the real estate industry in the Greater Toronto Area that the game has changed here. Since April, the market has shifted. Here are 12 tips for how to cope and adapt.

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Communicating your value is more challenging and more important than ever. Many buyers and sellers believe they know as much (or more) than the average real estate professional.

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Have you heard that “nothing lasts forever?” I’m sure you have. Have you thought about that at all in relation to the current real estate market in Southern Ontario? It will happen, just be prepared.