Amanda Abergel hopes her story helps “young mom-preneurs who might feel discouraged by the isolating experience of becoming a mom during the pandemic and trying to start or run a business.”
Broker Jennifer Evelyn will kick off her Paddle for Miracles fundraiser on Toronto’s waterfront near the Hospital for Sick Children on Aug. 23.
In this video, I am joined by Maya Vander from the popular Netflix show Selling Sunset to discuss the complexities of real estate, finding clients and her move from Los Angeles to Miami.
Life has been a whirlwind for Sotheby’s International Realty Canada agent Logan Wilson, who recently made the highest recorded residential sale through MLS in Victoria’s history.
“If your hair is not looking great, there’s a good chance you won’t get the deal,” says Tav Schembri, who hit the No. 1 spot on Re/Max’s list of the brand’s top 100 residential agents in Canada this year and was No. 1 world-wide in March.
Sam Miron, a Cobourg, Ont. Realtor at Coldwell Banker R.M.R. Real Estate, recently decided to use a personal loss as a catalyst to do something good.
Tony Ning's is a rags to riches story that started when he was a child and wanted to do something good. His mother was tired of being at the mercy of landlords.
Penny Kander, a real estate agent with Realty Executives Alberta Elite in Red Deer, Alta., has been in the real estate business for more than 40 years and she thought she had seen everything. Then COVID-19 came along.
JP Sandhu of Century 21 Showtime Realty in Windsor, Ont. set the new milestone in April but selling multi-millions of dollars worth of real estate monthly is nothing new for the relative newcomer.
“That’s you!” say the children of Anita Springate-Renaud, Engel & Vӧlkers Toronto Central owner and broker of record. They are referring to a scene in the movie American Beauty.