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Danny Kucharsky is a contributing writer for REM.
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“Real estate and social media go hand in hand,” says luxury real estate broker Martin Rouleau, who has a reach of more than 50,000 followers.

Jas Takhar

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Jas Takhar says, “My brand equity has shot through the roof” since he switched from traditional to online marketing.

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When Realtors saw the Collaborative Practice Toronto booth at the recent Realtor Quest trade show in Toronto, many “were surprised we were there,” says Eva Sachs, a member of the team of divorce professionals.

The One will be the tallest condo building in Canada.

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Toronto’s condo market is still extremely strong, despite the fact a number of projects in the city have recently been cancelled, says Sam Mizrahi, developer of what will be Canada’s second-tallest building.

Brian Danyliw and Jason Binab

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Launched in 2011 by Mauricio Umansky and Billy Rose, The Agency bills itself as shunning the traditional brokerage model and says its agents share knowledge, contacts and expertise.

John Lusink

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Right At Home Realty has expanded outside of the Greater Toronto Area for the first time with its acquisition of Your Choice Realty. The acquisition gives Right At Home two new markets: Ottawa and Barrie.

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The good news is that mortgage rates are unlikely to go higher this year in Canada. The bad news is a lack of interest rate hikes indicates the Canadian economy is slowing down.

Dave Procter (Photo by Lisa Graham)

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Dave Procter says his 40-year-long real estate career started as somewhat of a fluke. His Realtor father asked, “Why don’t you take the real estate course instead of sitting around and doing nothing?”

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Although some touted the bylaw as a ban on part-time real estate agents, the board’s Peter Squire says the previous bylaw did not require WinnipegRealtors members to work full-time in real estate sales.

Tim Hudak

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“This is a classic example of red tape and bureaucratic overreach. We don’t need two sets of licensing,” says OREA CEO Tim Hudak.