Write what you know, as the saying goes. So Vivien Sharon wrote all about downsizing in her recently published first book, The Boomer’s 7-Step Guide to Downsizing: overcoming fear and discovering freedom.
Hamilton’s gentrification is one of the driving themes in Practise of Her Profession by Bettianne Hedges, broker at Keller Williams Edge Realty.
Valentina Tjan, broker of record of Win-Win Realty in Toronto, recently wrote "The Best is Yet to Come: Real Life Journey to Riches to Inspire You to Wisdom and Wealth" about her experiences and the process she uses to get through troubled times.
Toronto real estate veteran Michel Friedman recently published a sales techniques book titled STAR AGENT, The Path To 50+ Real Estate Transactions Per Year.
Broker Jeffrey Kerr of Re/Max Unique in Toronto has put his lockdown time to good use – he has just finished writing the second edition of his book, Barrier Free Real Estate: Achieving Freedom At Home.
Kathleen Black felt that there was a better way to deliver top quality in the real estate business. So, she sat down and wrote a book that she hopes will help Realtors.
Toronto real estate broker and frequent REM columnist Chris Seepe has written a new book, The Dark Side of Residential Landlording.
Mark Winter, director of agent development for Macdonald Realty in Vancouver, recently released a new book, A Different Conversation: Realizing Your Potential as a Real Estate Agent.
St. John’s, Nfld. Realtor Olga Pippy recently wrote a book for consumers who are planning to buy or sell real estate.
You don’t always need a convention or a course to become more knowledgeable in real estate. Sometimes you just need a book to teach you a few things.