Category Archives: Economy

Let’s Go Condo Shopping: 5 Tips for First-Time Buyers

In today’s red hot (but slightly cooling down) Toronto real estate market, many single professionals, families and newcomers are opting to purchase a condominium as opposed to a house. A condo is a more affordable option for a household of one or a household of

6 Ways to Work Together with Your Insurance Broker

Many of us feel that insurance companies never work for us. Everything from auto to home to life insurance, customers want a break, but it’s something seems out of the realm of possibility. Well, your wishes may actually come true if you take advantage of

3 Ways to Bounce Back From Credit Card Debt

The combined credit card debt in Canada is approximately $91 billion and this number is snowballing as it has become easier to obtain a new card and lenders constantly increase credit limits for existing clients. Many people think that they have a good handle on

5 Serious Mistakes People Make with Credit Cards

There are advantages to having a credit card and it’s always useful to have one in hand, but there are several disadvantages as well, especially if you’re not careful, or don’t show restraint. The only true winner when it comes to credit cards are the

4 Ways for Real Estate CRM to Supercharge Your Business

Most realtors don’t have a systematic way to manage their customer relationships. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software can take your real estate business to the next level by increasing revenue, building stronger client relationships, automating the tasks that take up valuable time, and creating a

7 Real Estate Investment Tips for Newcomers in Canada

Canada has one of the hottest real estate markets on the entire planet. Whether it is commercial or residential, you can expect to find properties that come with a million-dollar price-tag, or will at least top that figure in the coming years. When you’re an