Real estate agent dies after botched nose job

The real estate agent who suffered brain damage after a botched nose job in Mexico has passed away, her family and friends announced on Saturday.

How to work better with international clients

The key to working with international clients is understanding the cultures of their home countries. Getting it right pleases your clients and can open a floodgate of referrals.

Mayor convicted of fraud gives up fight for his real estate license

After getting out of prison on parole, former Montreal mayor tried to get courts to reinstate his real estate license before ultimately giving up the fight.

Zillow is becoming a Canadian listings giant

The company now has seven listing partners for the upcoming launch of its Canadian home search portal, totaling 30,000 listings.

Working with international luxury clients? Nail these 3 crucial skills

How are international luxury agents successfully making deals with overseas buyers and sellers? Tap into the industry’s top pro tips here.

Investment firm Marcus & Millichap expands into Montreal

Marcus & Millichap has acquired Montreal-based McGill Commercial, a move that brings the number of Canadian markets the company operates in to four.

The essential guide to the new luxury real estate market

After speaking with a number of agents specializing in the modern luxury market and reviewing data on this growing segment, including our own targeted survey, Inman can say that while no two luxury homebuyers are alike, the current crop of luxury buyer…

ListGlobally brings worldwide portal marketing to the US

ListGlobally, a global hub for real estate listings considered the world’s largest online source for available residential properties, is now operating in the U.S.

17,400 miles, 15 countries and 1 wild bear: A Re/Max agent’s inspiring charity motorbike ride

Re/Max agent Bruce Johnson and his daughter are taking part in the “Motorcycle for Miracles” journey to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network.

Purplebricks’ Canadian acquisition is an incredible deal, here’s why

Last week, Purplebricks announced that it had acquired DuProprio/ComFree, the leading fixed-fee and for-sale-by-owner business in Canada, for £29.3 million. This is a great deal for Purplebricks and further strengthens its position as the online agency leader with global ambitions.