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BREB has reached another membership milestone
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BREB is pleased to announce that it has reached another membership milestone! There are now 100 branch/brokerages that hold membership with BREB!!!

"Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together."

Thank you to our valued members for your continual support and dedication.
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July 2013 Regional Housing Market Tables: Halton Region
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Click "read more" to view detailed regional housing market statistics for Halton Region from July 2013.
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July 2013 Regional Housing Market Tables: Peel Region/Dufferin County
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Click "read more" to view detailed regional housing market statistics for Peel Region/Dufferin County from July 2013.
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Emerge 'Moving you Forward with the Tools for Tomorrow'
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Emerge "Moving you Forward with the Tools for Tomorrow" is a dynamic new conference series being offered by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) in six locations across the province this fall. BREB encourages you to register at www.orea.com/emerge to learn about the latest tools and technologies in the real estate market place.
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MTC Tech News from CREA
Canadian Real Estate Association
June 26th saw the release of the CREA Toolkit, a brand new Listing Statistics Application as well as new features for DDF.

The new CREA Toolkit provides a convenient, one-stop-shop for REALTORS to access many of CREA's online tools — WEBForms, DDF, Listing Statistics, MMS, and My Listings — from one convenient location. Now, CREA members can see all of their Listing Statistics from one single location. Not only will members be able to see how many views their listings received, but also if there was an email generated, driving directions were created, or if the listing was added to the compare or favourites view.

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9 steps to help you win a real estate bidding war
Financial Post
In today's housing market, running into competition is par for the course — and the weakest bids won't survive. Luckily for less well-heeled house hunters, there's more that goes into winning a bidding war than throwing money at your opponents until they buckle. "If you are serious about buying, it becomes a bit of a part time job," says Zillow.com real estate expert Brendon DeSimone. "This is your home and your only investment."
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

   
Could GTA flooding be used as home sale escape hatch? (Toronto Star)
RECO's new mandatory continuing education program (Real Estate Council of Ontario)
Now at BREB — MARSHNET REPORTING SYSTEM (Brampton Commercial Council)

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Canada's housing market still running hot
The Globe and Mail
The surprising resilience of the country's housing market is renewing concerns that it could be overshooting. Housing starts, sales and prices are once again defying expectations, one year after Finance Minister Jim Flaherty shocked the market with tighter mortgage insurance rules. The sector is showing such strength this summer that some economists are wondering whether Mr. Flaherty will go further in a bid to stem rising house prices and consumer debt levels.
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3 ways to avoid moving-day headaches
Toronto Star
The best way to start a search for a moving company is to ask friends for recent referrals, said Sandra Bento, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Consumer Services. Last year, the province received 90 written complaints about issues with moving companies, including billing disputes, lost and damaged items and belongings being held ransom.
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Fewer than 20 per cent of Toronto Trump tower investors have closed deals
Metro News
Well over a year after Toronto's Trump International Hotel & Tower officially opened, investors in more than 200 hotel-condo units have yet to close on their suites in the troubled project. This fact, which is just hinted at in a recent court filing, means rookie developer Talon International has yet to collect final payments on all but about 50 of the 261 hotel-condo suites in the 65-storey luxury landmark.
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Is seller financing an answer to CMHC restrictions?
Toronto Star
As a result of further restrictions announced by CMHC regarding the total number of deals available for insurance, lenders may tighten up their qualification process, which may cause a slowdown in the market, if the number of potential buyers for a home is reduced. Is seller financing an option that could create a win-win situation for both home sellers and buyers?
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Don't try to time the real estate market
Financial Post
It's controversial as to whether or not market timing is a viable investment strategy. The broader investment industry certainly wants us to think it's a secret that they have mastered, even though financial market returns are simply a consolidation of all the returns of the participants. Some underperform, some outperform, but overall, we just gravitate toward the average.

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Now at BREB — MARSHNET REPORTING SYSTEM
Brampton Commercial Council
Now in its 22nd year of publication, the MARSH REPORT is the best source of data and interpretation of major sales in Canada's prime market, the Greater Toronto Area. Our territory includes the regions of Durham, Halton, Peel and York and the City of Toronto. It has a population of almost six million and experiences more than half of Ontario's major real estate sales.

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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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Canadian housing market on the precipice? Collapse in land investment a red flag
The Huffington Post
Canada's big banks say the country's correcting housing market is in a "soft landing," and has avoided the collapse many analysts have been predicting. But there's one group of people who seem to disagree: real estate developers.
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Canada building permits drop: Market slowdown or return to reality?
The Wall Street Journal
Building permits in Canada slumped in June, snapping a five-month winning streak. So what's behind the drop? Some market watchers say declining permits in the country's residential sector may be a sign that higher mortgage rates are biting into demand for housing, while others say it's just a give-back from the sharp gains posted in prior months.
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