Columnists

Columnists

Phil Soper

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I have previously spoken to the paradox that interest rate cuts, made in response to economic weakness, can bolster housing markets. Many of our major cities are enduring structurally persistent housing shortages.

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Going from employee to entrepreneur takes more than just a dream and hard work. It takes discipline and persistence and the willingness to see, think and do what is necessary to succeed.

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The truth (or lack of truth) became the story that blew up in the major league baseball scandal, specifically involving the Houston Astros. There are lessons from this crisis that can benefit us all.

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Also savoury pithiviers; sweet potato pancakes with dates, figs and maple syrup; and sautéed figs in cognac cream.

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Before accepting an invitation to consult with a homeowner, it’s smart to discern why they want an evaluation. They may be serious about selling; if this be true, go for it.

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Is using the Home Buyer's Plan a truly effective method for sourcing down payment funds, especially in Canada’s most expensive real estate markets? Let’s take a look.

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These women, each at a different place in their career, experienced for themselves how an onboarding process with systems, tools and consulting can produce powerful results.

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Very little of substance from any level of government in Canada gives me hope that affordable housing in Ontario will become a reality within the next decade, but I see much evidence that it won’t happen.

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Having been in the real estate industry since 2005, I can tell you how marketing for the right buyer has changed drastically.

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I wondered what if a real estate transaction was so memorable that a movie quote could have originated in that particular moment? Here are a few classic lines reworked into some common situations for sales reps.