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Realtors boost sales with sponsored reviews
The Canadian
As the economy is not in the best of shape, people have been shying away from investing in the real estate market. Realtors have been trying hard to increase their sales but at times they have faced a lot of difficulty in doing so. They are often in the lookout for new tools of marketing that will help them in reaching out to potential buyers and increasing their sales. Advertorials or sponsored reviews can be one such tool which is very helpful to realtors.
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Real estate cheat sheet: Skyrocketing development fees and a new website for condo gossip
Toronto Life
The top stories in Toronto real estate: what a hike in development fees would mean for buyers (hint: it's not good), why Ontario's cottage market is heating up, and where to find real talk on the city's condo towers.
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Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust prices $400 million initial public offering and $600 million senior unsecured debentures offering
Canada Newswire
Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust and Loblaws announced that the REIT has filed and obtained receipts from the securities regulatory authorities of all provinces and territories in Canada for final prospectuses in respect of the initial public offering of 40,000,000 trust units of the REIT and a concurrent public offering of $600 million aggregate principal amount of senior unsecured debentures of the REIT.
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8 core strategies to make this your best year ever
REMonline.com
Focus on "getting stuff done." Everything you do should have an outcome attached to it. Only attend a training, coaching, mentoring or business development event if you are willing to commit to implementation right away. Learning for knowing is entertainment; learning for doing is the only reason for attending any event.
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The mortgage advantage: An attractive alternative to bonds
Benefits Canada
When we hear the term fixed income, most of us think about bonds issued by corporations and various levels of government. In today's world of low interest rates and prospects of fixed income losses (when yields rise), mortgages may provide an attractive complement to fixed income allocations.
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Toronto real estate: New condo buyers could face big bills at move-in time
Toronto Star
Thousands of people who've bought pre-construction condos in the City of Toronto over the last two years or so could find themselves faced with an unexpected extra bill when it eventually comes time to move in. If city council goes ahead with a proposal to double development charges, those extra costs — some $7,671 on the average one-bedroom unit and $10,624 on the average two-bedroom — are likely to land right in the laps of unsuspecting buyers.
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Is an income property right for you?
CityNews
If you're considering buying an income property during your retirement, think carefully before you do so. As long-time property investor Rui Torrao says, "Investment in real estate isn't for everyone." You have to appreciate that — unlike investing in stocks and bonds — this kind of investment isn't passive. You'll need to do your homework, stay on top of the real estate market, and master all the details of managing your property to get a good return, even if you hire someone else to do much of the day-to-day work.
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Slaughterhouse smell repels Toronto condo dwellers
Metro News
Local residents say a nearby slaughterhouse stinks to high heaven — or at least to their condo balconies — and that the plant should go the way of its pigs. Quality Meat Packers and some sympathetic neighbors, argue that the company has been in the area for over 80 years and people should get used to its porcine odour.
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Kitchen renovations: How to spend effectively
Toronto Star
The reality is that kitchens often play second fiddle to living rooms, bathrooms and bedrooms (in many of the homes we visit), due, in part, at least, to the worry that an update might cost $50,000 or thereabouts. In our world, however, even the neediest food prep. zone can be enlivened with surprisingly small effort. You just need to know how to prioritise.
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The buyers are back as Canada's housing market defies doomsayers
Financial Post
Daniel DiManno sold his Toronto house for less than he had hoped and wanted to see if prices would cool before he bought a new one. But Canadian mortgage rates are rising again and that's spurring DiManno and others to jump back into the market, cutting short an already brief housing downturn. "I saw that they are going to increase rates, so I called my bank last Friday and locked in 2.5 per cent for 120 days," said the 31-year-old accountant, starting the clock on a four-month search for a new home before borrowing gets more expensive.
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Canadian housing market defies doomsayers with spring surge
The Globe and Mail
After nearly a year of cooling sales and plenty of concern that Canada could head for a U.S.-style housing crash, demand has roared back in key markets. What's still unclear, however, is whether the recent surge is a re-inflation of a real estate bubble, a final rush of buyers before rising rates choke off demand, or just a sign of market resilience.
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Blue Mountain looks to protect residents from tourists
Toronto Star
It's easy to see why the house on Lucille Wheeler Cres. has become one of this small town's most famous addresses. The stone-and-wood chalet at the north end of the ski resort, near Blue Mountain Inn, is within an easy walk of the slopes, making its hot tub the end-of-day epicentre of a lot of laughs, and drinks.

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7 reasons your house may not be selling
Toronto Star
Selling a home isn't as simple as planting a sign in the ground any more. It involves preparation, timing and strategic advice. If you don't do all of the above, do not be surprised when your home does not sell while others in the area are doing so. Here are some common mistakes.

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Homeowners who get cold feet about selling are liable for agreed commission
Toronto Star
Selling your home can be an emotional experience, and it's possible to get cold feet after the "for sale" sign has gone up. When you first listed your home for sale, you likely signed a listing agreement with the brokerage. This is a legal document and it should detail how much commission is to be paid. It should also outline whether that commission is still owed if you choose to not go through with the sale.

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Prognosis grim for Toronto condo investors
The Globe and Mail
Warren Buffett is fond of saying that "you never know who is swimming naked until the tide goes out." Well, when interest rates start to climb, Toronto's condominium investors may be about to get a lesson in the perils of swimming in the buff. Bond yields worldwide jumped in recent weeks as the Federal Reserve hinted its bond-buying program could soon begin to wind down.
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Ontario's REALTORS Care Foundation pledges $20,000 to Alberta Floods Fund
Canada Newswire
The Ontario Real Estate Association and the Ontario REALTORS Care Foundation have announced a combined donation of $40,000 to the Alberta Floods Fund on behalf of Ontario REALTORS. In support of the relief efforts, the Canadian REALTORS Care Foundation is running a nationwide campaign with all monies donated to the Canadian Red Cross.
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