Fewer lawyers

Re: Joe Barker's Do we need a black cat clause? (The Guest Column, May) Joe Barker is absolutely right about "major overkill" when it comes...

Satisfied appraisers

Re: The Appraisal profession is in trouble (The Lebow Report, May):   There are many appraisers who are satisfied with their career choice. It is one...

Top 10 List

I really enjoy reading REM.  In the April issue, the article Be your own brand struck a chord with me.  I am attaching a...

Lessons I learned from my Christmas party case

BY DON JERRY   Editor’s Note: It was a Christmas party with consequences that still continue. In December 1994, Don Jerry hosted a holiday get‑together for...

The salesperson’s greatest tool

BY ARI LAHDEKORPI   My uncle Tuure was a bit of a jack‑of‑all‑trades. He was a backyard mechanic and a lumberjack, to name just two of...

First e-training

Wrongo! While you would have no way of knowing, one of the facts presented in a paid-for ad, as it appeared in your March 2001 edition,...

Cold canvassing for charity has its rewards

THE PUBLISHERS’ PAGE BY HEINO MOLLS The ranks of volunteer charity canvassers have more than a fair share of Realtors. The reasons for this are obvious to...

Hunt vs. Sutton Group

I am writing in response to the articles which have appeared in REM regarding the court case regarding Linda Hunt and Sutton Group.  In my...

Do we need a black cat clause?

Time for a practical approach to agency BY JOE BARKER I recently attended one of the Ontario Real Estate Associatin courses advertised as A Practical Approach to...

Store-front offices

From the Canadian Real Estate Association's Code of Ethics, we learn that, "The Realtor is instrumental in moulding the form of his or her community and...