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Home sales below year-earlier levels in June, prices rise 4.8 per cent
The Globe and Mail
Sales of existing homes in Canada remained slightly below last year's level in June, but rose from the prior month for the fourth time in a row, the Canadian Real Estate Association said. The number of homes that sold over the Multiple Listing Service last month was 0.6-per-cent lower than a year earlier. But, on a seasonally-adjusted basis, it was 3.3-per-cent higher than May, according to the association.
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Canadian housing bubble looks ripe for popping
Toronto Star
Housing in Canada is unaffordable. International experts are unequivocal in their concern, and Canadian lawmakers are taking measures to deflate slowly rather than crash. Ironically, only Canadian homebuyers seem to think the market is sustainable. Sale prices are still rising. So when does it all start to unwind? Right about now.
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Natural affection: Caledon's sublime scenery is matched only by its food
National Post
Lucky for those who scored gigs in Caledon. With a population of 59,460, the scenic swatch of land in Peel region, just north of Brampton and helmed by Orangeville, Bolton, Erin and Georgetown, is one of those sweet spots that offer nature and recreation without having to drive a seemingly endless distance to the heart of cottage country. You can get to Caledon from Toronto in about an hour.
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How real estate professionals can help clients navigate short sales and foreclosures
Forbes
Homeowners facing financial hardships may be able to negotiate with their lenders for a loan modification or refinance that will reduce their monthly mortgage payment. In some cases, this is enough to allow the borrower to remain in the home. In other cases, however, the borrower may still be unable to meet the demands of the loan — because of factors like loss of a job, divorce, illness or death of a spouse — and may have to sell the home through a short sale or lose the home to foreclosure. As difficult as these situations are, a qualified real estate professional can help guide buyers and sellers successfully through the process.
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Ontario realtors care foundation pledges $20,000 to Alberta floods fund
EMC News
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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Canadian home sales improve in June
Canada Newswire
According to statistics released by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), national home sales rose in June 2013, building on gains recorded over the previous three months. The number of home sales processed through the MLS Systems of real estate Boards and Associations and other cooperative listing systems in Canada rose 3.3 per cent on a month-over-month basis in June 2013. This marks the fourth consecutive monthly increase, with activity now running 11 per cent above where it stood in February.
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REMI offers 3 tips for real estate blogging
Digital Journal
The Real Estate Marketing Insider announced the publication of a tip sheet offering real estate professionals some starting points for using blogs as marketing tools for real estate. The Insider encourages real estate professionals to consider blogging as a way to get in touch with their client base, cultivate a personal touch for their business, and grow their business presence.
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Real estate vets return as PRO REIT seeking equity capital
Financial Post
The penultimate stage in the creation of a new real estate investment trust is being played out by a group of industry veterans. PRO REIT, which recently filed a prospectus, is expected to have raised about $78 million in equity capital to help finance the acquisition of $155.6 million worth of properties that have been assembled by a team who worked previously with Canmarc REIT. Cash on hand plus debt, in various forms, will provide the rest of the resources to fund the acquisitions.
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Mansion sales unfazed by tighter lending rules
Global News
Ottawa's tightened mortgage rules seem to have had less of an impact on high-end real estate than on the overall market, according to experts. "Most people who are going to buy a $3 million to $5 million house usually have access to the funds," said Elli Davis, a sales representative with Royal LePage in Toronto. "They don't really care if they pay a touch more."
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Realtors hit the road for charity
Mississauga.com
More than 70 realtors and their friends and supporters left Mississauga on a two-day fundraising motorcycle ride that will finishes in Sault Ste. Marie. The Realtors Care Foundation's 2013 Motorcycle Ride for Charity began just before 9 a.m. at the Mississauga Real Estate Board offices. The riders will stop at real estate board offices in Oakville, Kitchener and Hanover before stopping for the day in Tobermory.

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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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Rogers launches enhanced realty search site
Toronto Star
Rogers Communications is set to take on Canada's real estate industry with a dramatically revamped online and mobile search engine, Zoocasa.com, that could put more than 300,000 properties and thousands of carefully vetted agents within a quick click of consumers by summer.

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Drone's aerial photography helps sell real estate
CBC News
A P.E.I. real estate agent has purchased a drone aircraft so he can provide clients with a bird's eye view of some of the large properties for sale. Summerside's Michael Poczynek told CBC News his remote control drone quad rotor helicopter provides a whole new perspective, and is relatively easy to use.
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