How to Catch a Wave

Pro-surfers and other professional water sport enthusiasts know better than to go it alone.


The Cost of Waiting

“He who hesitates is lost.” This proverb has been demonstrated time and again during my 23 years of real estate experiences with sellers and buyers.

Canadian Survey of House Prices

The Royal LePage House Price Survey is the largest, most comprehensive study of its kind in Canada, with information on seven types of housing in over 250 neighbourhoods from coast to coast.

Canadian Real Estate Changes on the Horizon

2014 promises to be a year of significant change for real estate professionals on a national, provincial and local level.

The problem with pseudo real estate and mere postings.

The reality is that all material facts known by a seller must be disclosed.

A Tale of Two Classes

Recently, I was engaged in a discussion about the distinction of classification between agents and REALTORS®. Our discussion was focused around the following notion: All REALTORS® are agents but not all agents are REALTORS®. The real estate industry in Canada has clearly made it an important item for consumers to be made aware of. So … Continue reading

The Purposeful Market Study

Why do I spend several hours working on a Comparative Market Study or CMA? I believe the privilege and responsibility of helping families maximize their real estate value is one to be taken seriously and too important to take short cuts. It is not possible to provide a professional evaluation over the phone; many visual … Continue reading