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2013 Brampton Economic Update for real estate professionals
BREB
BREB's Government Relations Committee along with the City of Brampton, hosted our Annual Brampton Economic Update on Thursday Sept. 19th, 2013 at Brampton City Hall Council Chambers. With over 100 in attendance, we had the pleasure of guest speaker Mayor Susan Fennell amongst the guest speakers to welcome the REALTOR's and to hear why she is so passionate about the city of Brampton.
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OREA's eMerge: Real estate technology events across Ontario
Touch Marketing (blog)
With nearly 30 per cent of all agent websites generating no leads and 62 per cent generating less the five leads in a year it is time for real estate agents to address their technology strategy. I attended a webinar by Market Leader recently and listened as they explained how half of today's real estate agents utilize their own tools and half use the tech tools supplied by the brokerage.
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The Fall Home Show opens doors for new ideas
Toronto Star
Celebrity Canadian twins bring their renovation and real estate know-how to the Fall Home Show. Hundreds of experts on home design, decor, renovation and the real estate industry will all be under one roof — and available — in just a few weeks.
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Canada's annual inflation eases in August to 1.1 per cent
The Globe and Mail
Canada's annual inflation rate edged down in August to 1.1 per cent from 1.3 per cent in July, as expected, ensuring there is no pressure on the central bank to raise interest rates any time soon. Higher shelter costs, particularly rent and natural gas, were the main driver of inflation in the 12-month period, Statistics Canada said.
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Consultant : MLS phantom listings distorting house prices
The Huffington Post
A real estate consultant's warning that housing market data in Canada is being artificially inflated has some economists and market observers wondering whether the recent upswing in house sales and prices might be partly an illusion.
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Self-employed? Prepare for a long conversation with your mortgage broker
Financial Post
If you're self-employed and about to apply for a mortgage, be prepared for some serious form-filling. Getting financing isn't as easy as it used to be, say mortgage brokers — and for the 15 per cent of Canadians who earn money for themselves without a steady employer's salary, it's harder still.
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10 ways to make your content so valuable, it goes viral
The Globe and Mail
To have something go viral and cut through all the nonsense that's overflowing on the Internet these days, it must be interesting and shareable — i.e., a linkable asset. But how do you create such valuable content?
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5 ways to improve your LinkedIn profile
By Mark Kats
When it comes to social media best practices, there are multiple platforms — and countless strategies and tactics — to consider. But before we get into the more advanced tips and tricks, let's make sure we have a few important basics covered. Here are the five things you should check out and potentially update on your LinkedIn profile.
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Ontario realtors do their homework with Ryan Edwards
Marketing Magazine
"Realtors, We Do the Homework" is the first integrated campaign from the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). It features television spots, OOH, digital display and social media. Ryan Edwards Communications led the effort, coordinating with PR agency Temple Scott Associates. Trajectory Brands was also on hand to help with strategy and design.
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Larry MacDonald: Housing collapse nowhere to be seen
Canadian Business
For years there have been predictions of a collapse in Canadian house prices. But the market just keeps chugging along: in August, sales of existing homes climbed 11 per cent and prices rose 8 per cent on a year-over-year basis, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. The sales/listing ratio tightened to 54.6 from 51. As Gluskin Sheff economist David Rosenberg asks: "Where's the housing collapse?"
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The 10-day 'cooling-off' period is only for new homes
Toronto Star
The "cooling off" period will apply only if you buy a new condo directly from a builder or developer. If you end up going that route, you'll have a 10-day window after you sign the purchase agreement to change your mind for any reason and get out of the contract. There is no equivalent grace period when it comes to re-sale transactions.

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14 things that kill your home value
MSN
Real estate agents and appraisers say they regularly see homeowners make changes that don't increase the value of the home by much, if at all. Some renovations or alterations can even drag down the value of a home. Then, of course, there is all the damage that a lack of upkeep and upgrades can do.

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Message from the President: BREB golfs to feed children at the Annual Charity Golf Tournament
BREB
The BREB Annual Charity Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, Aug. 22nd, 2013 at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Georgetown. Despite threats of bad weather, we lucked out and it turned out to be a beautiful day! Through the generosity of several companies, including Board Sponsors, prizes were raffled off with the proceeds going to Halton Food for Thought.

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Should I worry about buying a house with a flat roof?
The Globe and Mail
I have two questions about a preconstruction townhouse in Stouffville my wife and I are looking at. We are married with no children and live in a condo, but hoping to upsize as we expand our family size.
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