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Some say a house is just bricks and mortar. An abode. A place to hang your hat. I believe there are energies that inhabit every home. Both good and bad.

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When one of the spouses in a couple already has ownership of a house, the law that applies to that house differs for common-law and married couples in the event of a separation or divorce.

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The National Association of Realtors (NAR) chose the perfect location for its recent invitation-only Sustainability Summit 2019 – New Orleans.

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In this continuing series on the subject of ethical closing, you’ll find a few ideas to consider when exercising your closing muscles.

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While the go-to markets for this new-found interest in recreational properties tend to be in vacation spots in Canada, many may not realize the advantages of investing in the U.S.

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Are Realtors proud of the fact that they are part of a regulated industry? Are they disappointed? Are they indifferent?

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It seems like employees today don’t have the same work ethic as in days gone by. Is this true or is it media hype?

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I often have new agents ask me: when should I get a buyer representation agreement signed? When should I present it? I don’t want to seem pushy…

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You would think there are some common-sense considerations that just don’t need to be pointed out – but given the human capacity for surprise and/or self-entitlement, I do have to wonder…

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In this video, Richard Robbins takes a deep dive into September sales, price and inventory numbers in the Greater Toronto Area.