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Leader’s Edge Training, based in Barrie, Ont., is now offering its Agent Success app to all brokerages and agents for free. “As the impact of the coronavirus spreads, we wanted to do something to bolster the industry,” says Chris Leader, founder of Leader’s Edge Training.

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Engel & Völkers recently introduced E&V Command, a custom-built mobile app designed to serve the brand’s network of real estate advisors as a portal for client services and business intelligence.

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FCT, a national title insurance and real estate technology firm based in Oakville, Ont., has joined the Verified.Me network to help lending professionals complete identity validation for borrowers.

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Desjardins Group has acquired the mortgage portfolio of La Capitale. The transaction saw 6,376 mortgages transferred to Desjardins on Feb. 1.

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Staging to Sell, What Every Agent Should Know is the official curriculum of the Real Estate Staging Association (RESA) and available in Canada for all real estate sales professionals.

Homewise COO and head of data Carlos Medeiros, left, and founder and CEO Jesse Abrams. (Photo: Brad Silverberg)

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Homewise says consumers will be offered the best three mortgage options from more than 30 banks and other lenders, including credit unions, monoline lenders and private lenders.

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The Mississauga Real Estate Board and iNCOM Web and e-Marketing Solutions have partnered to allow members “substantial savings” with iNCOM’s online marketing technology.

ShowingTime is providing ORTIS/OC boards with its showing management and market stats technology.

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ShowingTime has entered into an agreement with ORTIS/OC to provide its 22 boards and their 13,800 members access to its online and front desk scheduling platforms.

Nina Doiron

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Stager Nina Doiron is hosting a new podcast called All About Real Estate Marketing. “Podcasts are a great way to pass the time when you’re driving from appointment to appointment,” says Doiron.

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The Property Registry, Manitoba’s exclusive service provider to operate the land and personal property registries, is changing its name to Teranet Manitoba. It has also launched a new website.