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Yardi recently released Yardi Breeze in Canada. It’s a “refreshingly simple property management software built for property owners and operators with smaller portfolios,” the company says.

Michelle Risi introduces the new property search app at Royal LePage Connect Realty’s kick off event.

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Royal LePage Connect Realty, with locations Toronto and Durham and York Regions, is providing its agents with a personally branded property search app that they can offer to their clients.

Tahani Aburaneh

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Females in Real Estate (FIRE), a Facebook online community, is hosting a women-only investment conference to help women gain confidence, realize their potential and make money investing in real estate.

Stephen Jagger

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Instant Messaging Real Estate (IMRE), a Vancouver-based AI company, is offering salespeople and real estate developers their own AI personal assistant.

Alice Soon

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Real Estate Wire (REW) has partnered with the Mississauga Real Estate Board (MREB) and the Durham Region Association of Realtors (DRAR) to provide local agents with marketing and other tools.

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Insurance company April Canada recently launched Landlord Protection insurance covering unpaid rents and damage caused by tenants. It is now available in Quebec and Ontario.

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RealtyWebsites.ca, based in Vancouver, recently announced three upgrades to Agent iFrame, a DDF and IDX listings solution that allows agents to copy-paste automated listings into any website and social media.

From left: Rick Haws, president of Salefish; Andrea DeGasperis-Ronco, president of Opus Homes; and Roy Hobbs of Crescendo Real Estate Solutions.

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Salefish, a cloud-based point-of-sale real estate software solution, has proven to be a hit with real estate developers, new home builders, salespeople and clients.

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Real estate blog Agent Inner Circle has been named to the top 30 best real estate coaching blog lists by content aggregator Feedspot.

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Montreal-based Metareal recently released Metareal Stage, which makes it possible to create real 3D virtual tours using existing photographic equipment, without the need for dedicated scanning technology.