The plaintiff, Niu, was a well-known Chinese-speaking real estate agent in Oakville, Ont., with a base of Chinese-speaking clientele. The defendant, Cao, had used Niu's services to find and purchase a home.
A brokerage entered a Listing Agreement for the sale of a property. During the time of the listing, the brokerage, through its agent, introduced the eventual purchaser but no Agreement of Purchase and Sale was forthcoming.
Are you about to indulge in bombastic self-promotion with colossal photos and boastful, self-congratulatory slogans plastered everywhere? Or to encourage referrals and repeat clients, do you prefer to maintain a low-key style with regular contact?
My late mother gave me this advice many years ago when it came to gossip: “If you have nothing nice to say about someone, say nothing at all.” Wise words. I imagine many of you heard the same advice growing up.
Real estate professionals across the country are confused about search engine optimization (SEO) – and rightfully so! Very few brokers and salespeople actually know what it is, or – more importantly – how it is accomplished.
Coldwell Banker recently launched a new four-part “digital reputation” video series designed to provide real estate agents with guidance on maximizing their online presence. The series was specifically created for real estate agents.
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