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Even before the government lockdown, Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty had closed their offices, banned open houses and ensured an open line of communication with agents and staff.
26-year-old Tommy Land started his real estate career at the beginning of the pandemic. But despite uncertain times, he has enjoyed “impressive success, “says his broker, Ray Ferris of Erie’s Edge Real Estate in Port Rowan, Ont.
Real Pride Network (RPN) says its goal is to bring LGBTQ2+ real estate professionals together, and to give like-minded consumers a place to find those whose core values are inclusivity, democracy, transparency and accountability.
Realtor Lindsay Smith comes from a family of chefs, so when restaurants were ordered to shut down indoor seating earlier this year, he knew...
How do you handle a multi-million dollar real estate business and have a life too? If you’re Desiree Tomanelli-Allin, you plan ahead. She’s pregnant with her first baby and like all self-employed professionals, is embarking on the trip without maternity leave.
Realtor John Sparrow has joined Harcourts Real Estate Vancouver as its first local Auction Accredited Agent serving Revelstoke, B.C. and the Okanagan.
Nicole Tortorici knows how her niche, millennial buyers, feel because she is one. “I’m similar to my clients. I’m at a similar place in life.”
Eppich House 2 is epic. The West Vancouver residence, which the late architect Arthur Erickson called his most complete work, is an iconic Canadian masterpiece, says listing agent Eric Latta.
To say land in central Toronto is valuable is an understatement, so when David Shedd looked out his window and saw free land, he jumped at the opportunity: he built a laneway suite.
Sarah Rubenstein says when she arrived at TrilliumWest, the adjustment wasn’t easy. She hasn’t looked back. “I’ve had an increase in pay, time to rest and time to spend with my family.”