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BREB thanks Expo 2013 attendees and participants
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BREB would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who attended and participated in the BREB Expo 2013. We had a wonderful day and received many compliments from the attendees and exhibitors. There were over 50 exhibitors and four successful courses that ran throughout the day. We hope to see you all again at next year's event!
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DOs and DON'Ts of texting for real estate agents
BREB via Point2 Online Marketing Solutions for Real Estate Professionals
You may have noticed that many of your clients, and particularly the younger set, prefer to communicate via text message. In fact it's estimated that over 8 trillion text messages will be sent this year. Texting is a convenient way of sharing information quickly, but not without its pitfalls for professionals. To help you navigate the sometimes murky waters of today's digital communications trends, we've created this handy list that highlights the dos and don'ts of texting for real estate agents.
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Studio 8: Real estate sign post installation discount program
BREB
Have you taken advantage of the new BREB discount program? Installers are out this week picking up signs for storage. Please contact Studio 8 to set up your registration and pick up time. Call today to take advantage of this incredible offer!
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Canada's inflation remains 'low and stable'
Financial Post
For the foreseeable future, inflation is off the discussion table. Price gains in Canada are going almost nowhere as the economy remains in a rut, with little traction likely until next year. As a result, the Bank of Canada is cutting its growth outlook for the rest of this year as governor Stephen Poloz and other monetary policymakers wait for exporters to retool and expand their markets — and for prices to eventually trend higher.
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Letters: CREA serves the boards, not the members
Real Estate Magazine
Re: Montreal and Quebec City boards tell CREA they're leaving: I commend the Montreal and Quebec City boards for taking a stand. The members of CREA (writer included) have created the problem by not staying consistently involved, monitoring and influencing CREA's policies and strategies, including making adjustments to CREA's "business model" over time as the organization and industry evolved. The result is yet another crisis in the form of an ultimatum.
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Saving for that dream home? Keep your cash liquid
The Globe and Mail
In a sluggish market, it's tempting to squeeze every possible penny out of your hard-earned dollars. You also want to make sure you spend them wisely — so when you're on the hunt for the perfect home, that can either mean waiting it out or jumping at a sudden opportunity.
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When non-residents own real estate
Advisor.ca
Non-resident investors have played a part in boosting Canada's booming condo and real estate market. And when they sell, the CRA will have its eye on a piece of the profit. The tax rules are complex, and if those investors do not follow them properly, it can result in significant liability.
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Divorce will intensify emotional sale of home
Toronto Star
You've invested a lot of time and hard work turning a house into your home. That's why, even at the best of times, selling a home can be an emotional experience. Those emotions will be greatly amplified when you have to sell your matrimonial home during a divorce. Getting good legal advice is vital.
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Buying a house: Asking the right questions to avoid expensive surprises
Ottawa Business Journal
It may be stating the obvious to point out that purchasing a house is one of, it not the, biggest financial investments you will ever make. While there are a number of costs associated with purchasing a house, it is the unexpected ones that are often the worst, not only because you did not see them coming (and therefore did not budget for them), but the unexpected costs can also be the biggest.
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Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust announces October 2013 monthly distribution
Financial Post
Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust announced that the Trustees of Agellan have declared a distribution of $0.06458 per unit for the month of October 2013, representing $0.775 per unit on an annualized basis. The distribution will be payable on Nov. 15, 2013 to unitholders of record as at Oct. 31, 2013.

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Montreal, Quebec City boards tell CREA they're leaving
Real Estate Magazine
The Montreal and Quebec City real estate boards have served formal notice that they will leave CREA at the end of the year unless the national association makes major changes. The boards have a number of demands.

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Brampton divided on how to legalize basement suites
Toronto Star
A proposal to legalize basement suites in Brampton has left residents on both sides of the controversial issue with misgivings. "There has to be a rule in place — you don't get three families or 11 people in a two-bedroom place," says longtime Brampton resident Larry Taylor.

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Hot market set for a cool-down
Brampton Guardian
Expect house sales — and prices — to cool down over the next few months, and maybe even years, as this summer's surge of buyers armed with the lowest mortgage-rate commitments ever peters out, housing watchers say. Home sales were up 18.2 per cent across Canada in September, year over year, driven largely by buying sprees in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Edmonton, according to figures released by the Canadian Real Estate Board.
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Real estate market creates questions for homeowners
Toronto Star
Educating homeowners about the issues in home building, land development and professional home renovation is something the Building Industry and Land Development Association takes seriously. And the Toronto Fall Home Show proved to be a great place to have these kinds of conversations.
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