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INFOGRAPHICS: May 2019 TREB Toronto Market Reports

INFOGRAPHICS: May 2019 TREB Toronto Market Reports

Here's some good news for June, as we have the latest real estate market updates for areas covered by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB)! As noted in their latest market update, TREB REALTORS® reported 9,989...

INFOGRAPHICS: May 2019 RAE Edmonton Market Reports

INFOGRAPHICS: May 2019 RAE Edmonton Market Reports

Ready for June? Here are this month's market updates for areas and neighbourhoods under the REALTORS Association of Edmonton (RAE)! In their latest monthly market report, total residential sales have seen a year-over-year increase of 4.04%...

REALTOR® Website Spotlight - Marie O'Connor

REALTOR® Website Spotlight – Marie O’Connor

Representing some of the beautiful neighbourhoods of Vancouver, Marie O'Connor's real estate website is unique, intuitive & breathtaking. The homepage alone delights visitors to an array of featured listings with a great combination of call to...

How to Lower Your Real Estate Website Bounce Rate

How to Lower Your Real Estate Website Bounce Rate

Here’s a fact about websites: They all have bounce rates. Your real estate website has a bounce rate. A high bounce rate is bad. A low bounce rate is good. What’s a bounce rate again? you might...

7 Social Media Posts Real Estate Agents Can Use in June

7 Social Media Posts Real Estate Agents Can Use in June

There’s something about June that makes us feel like kids again; impatiently dreaming about doing nothing under the sun instead of thinking about doing work at our desks. To make sure your social media efforts don’t...