Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

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There I was, happy as if I had brains, filling in the REM survey in the November 2001 issue. And then, a slap upside...

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Re: Forecast 2002: You asked people, “If you could change anything in Canadian real estate in 2002, what would it be?” The people you...

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Re: Litigation can be a revolving door (REM, November 2001): Your readers should be aware that had a professional real estate appraiser been acting...

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My thanks for continuing to produce Canada's best real estate publication. Re: The article by Jim Adair about FINTRAC (another government agency -- how...

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With regard to the article in REM about lawyers selling real estate, Mr. Silverstein, because of his position and knowledge of the real estate industry, cannot...

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It is difficult to unite the real estate practitioners together because this industry accommodates too many part-timers. And real estate salespeople are in fact self‑employed businesspersons,...

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So, Re/Max Cornerstone held their ratification vote and are now Local 2001 of the Brewery, General and Professional Worker's Union -- Well, bully for you...

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Re: Joe Barker's Do we need a black cat clause? (The Guest Column, May) Joe Barker is absolutely right about "major overkill" when it comes...

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Re: The Appraisal profession is in trouble (The Lebow Report, May):   There are many appraisers who are satisfied with their career choice. It is one...

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I really enjoy reading REM.  In the April issue, the article Be your own brand struck a chord with me.  I am attaching a...