Properly, which calls itself “the Canadian tech-enabled real estate brokerage,” recently announced that it has secured $44 million in Series B financing to fuel a national expansion.
OJO Labs has teamed up with RBC Ventures to launch a consumer real estate site, OJO Home. The initiative is led by Natalka Falcomer, a former real estate agent and industry leader with more than a decade of experience.
Disruption tools have the potential to dramatically change the face of the real estate industry. Nowhere is there a better example of real estate disruption than Zillow in the United States and their "Zestimate".
Dotloop, an online transaction and productivity optimization platform and the Mississauga Real Estate Board (MREB) announced a new agreement that will give the association’s 2,100 members free access to Dotloop Premium for two years as a member benefit.
Forbes Global Properties, a showcase of luxury homes and an invitation-only membership association of luxury property experts, has expanded into Canada with the addition of Toronto’s Re/Max Realtron Barry Cohen Homes.
To untangle the thorny web that catches proptech entrepreneurs off-guard, I turned to possibly the most plugged-in industry leaders in Canada – Lynette Keyowski, managing partner of REACH Canada and Mike McAra, director of REACH Canada.
Kathleen Black Coaching & Consulting (KBCC), based in Oshawa, Ont. is introducing an all-new coaching series that it says is designed to get proven, predictable results faster: Top 1% Life and Industry Icons.
REALM will be delivered via desktop and mobile app to more than 66,000 TRREB and partner board members.
The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board will add BrokerBay, a showing management system, to its core products and services for members this fall.
Microsoft has selected Realtor.ca DDF to be the sole source of listing data for the launch of a new Microsoft Bing search experience. The listings will be contextually relevant based on a user’s search and will all link directly back to Realtor.ca.