Elon Musk, through the determination and foresight of two of his companies, SpaceX and Starlink, has been busily launching clusters of low-orbit satellites into space every week or so since the first batch of 60 was launched on May 23, 2019.
OREA’s advocacy was already in full swing by the time the pandemic struck in early March. The Trust in Real Estate Services Act (TRESA) had passed third and final reading in February and was on its way to being enacted into law.
Many buyers and sellers are viewing properties and having their homes visited in a much different way thanks to COVID-19. The same is true for home inspections.
The Real Estate Regulators of Canada (RERC) has partnered with CamProf Inc. to develop pan-Canadian competency profiles for real estate professionals – both sales and brokerage management positions.
Today’s home inspection is a vital and necessary part of almost all residential real estate transactions in North America.
I am what some of you would call a surrealtor. The majority of my clients are from the New Age Community and are believers in the supernatural.
As a manager, I have seen too many deals fall through because of home inspections. Here is how home inspection conditions should be handled.
Under the new rules, real estate professionals are now able to incorporate and be paid through Personal Real Estate Corporations (PRECs), like so many other professionals in our province.
There is an alarming trend that is quite rampant in the Toronto area. Buyers are submitting offers, often in multiple offer situations, and then not showing up with the deposit cheque.
The strength of the Canadian real estate market has continued to prove itself time and time again during the pandemic. So why all the fear mongering by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC)?