Authors Posts by Mario Toneguzzi

Mario Toneguzzi

Mario Toneguzzi is a contributing writer for REM.
Dan Belostotsky


The company, HonestDoor, is also experimenting with an ibuyer model, in which they use technology to come up with an offer to buy a home, then resell it.

Pat Hare


Behind the staggering success story is owner Pat Hare, who has guided Re/Max Real Estate (Central)’s journey during the period of unprecedented achievement.


Chicago-based ShowingTime, a showing management and market stats technology provider, has opened an office in Toronto to support its burgeoning growth in Canada.

Ken Morrison


Ken Morrison of Re/Max Excellence is helping an elderly couple in their 80s – Eric and Jean Bishop – keep their home from being foreclosed by the bank and the court by setting up a GoFundMe campaign.


Luxury real estate brand Sotheby’s International Realty Canada has been sold by a subsidiary of Dundee Corporation to Toronto-based Peerage Realty Partners Inc.

The site could be developed with an 88-unit townhouse community.


A prime 3.5-acre development site is for sale in the Guildford area of Surrey B.C. with proceeds targeted to support the Fraser Valley Realtors Charitable Foundation.


DeClute Real Estate, the Wright Sisters Group and the BREL team have come together to form Union Realty, which the teams say is an unprecedented real estate industry innovation.

Some of Barry Clark’s headshots, from 1965 to 2018.


The 80-year-old Barry Clark is so passionate about real estate that he still goes to work every day at his office in Nanaimo, B.C. as president of Royal LePage Nanaimo Realty, which has been in business for 72 years.


Avenue Living Asset Management co-founder and CEO Anthony Giuffre says, “We’re big believers in the value proposition of the Prairies, with properties diversified across 18 markets.”


The decision brings together members of the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR), Association of Regina Realtors (ARR) and Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors (SRAR). The new entity will be called Saskatchewan Realtors Association.