Notes from the top Canadian realtors and agents
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Doing business without data is a clear suicide. Real estate industry is no excepetion, therefore any new data source has a great value - not only for investors and professionals, but also for ordinary buyers and sellers. 'Ordinary' is not the most suitable word - every property sale and p...
I am happt to announce that the most complex Calgary neighbourhood guide is ready. Prepared by David Tsegai of Calgary Real Estate, the guide introduces 10 neighbourhoods so far, with complete lists of amenities, history, and maps. The neighbouhoods included are: Country Hills Panorama Hills Cove...
House Upgrades and Pricing DecisionsBefore any repairs are made, make an enumeration of what comes to mind and attach a cost to every entry. Finally, estimate the “value added” of every item carefully as well.As soon as your list and estimates are ready, organize the potential items by price and ...
Vancouver realtor Jay Banks just published pretty funny article about 10 most typical realtors you meet. Are you a eager beaver, an old gentleman, or a moonlighter?
Mortgage and life insurance are probably the two most common, and in the same time most important financial products which ordinary (not only) Canadian citizen deals with. Life insurance helps you (or actually your dependents - spouse, children, or maybe even parents), when you die before you bec...
Realtors are not usuall movie heroes. Most of us can remember Annette Bening's Carolyn Burnham in american Beauty, and that's probably all. However, the list of movies about, or with realtors is not as short as you would think. Julie Kinnear prepared great article about Realtors in Movies...