How to execute an effective walk-through inspection
A walk-through inspection won't uncover everything a full inspection would, but it can still help reduce buyer risk in a hot market. Here's how to make the most of it
Avoid deal-breakers! What you should know about inspections
Even though many buyers are opting to forgo inspections, agents still need to be familiar with them to protect their buyers as much as possible. Here are a few inspections that'll help pinpoint problems within a property — and avoid a major deal-breaker
by Thomas Huisking Apr 5
The hottest summer home inspection checklist for homebuyers or sellers
Don’t want to be caught stuck in the heat? Learn our top tips for maintaining your home this summer
by Dan Steward Jul 13
'The Global Code': Reshaping luxury real estate as we know it
Clotaire Rapaille teaches us about global buyers and sellers
by Bernice Ross May 31
Real Estate Rumble shakes Park West to raise money for charity
The third annual event took place at Park West in front of a sold out crowd
by Kimberly Manning May 24
Why agents should never ignore rentals
Putting in the time now can pay dividends later
by Copley Broer Mar 29
New or pre-owned: how to choose the best holiday home
The pros and cons of both purchase plans
5 reasons training is essential to your agents' success
Invest in continued education, and you'll see a significant benefits
by Brian Buffini Nov 2
Why I never fear a foreclosure
Don't be afraid to get houses back -- it's an opportunity
by John Majalca Oct 22
Why it's wise to reveal all 'bad' information upfront
by Dian Hymer Mar 25
Mitigation system likely to be permanent fixture
by Barry Stone Feb 26
If no one accepts blame, will home insurance cover repair?
by Barry Stone Jan 22
Defining 'capital improvement' for tax purposes
by Benny Kass Jan 8
Believe it or not, modern houses are constructed better than their predecessors
by Arrol Gellner Dec 14
Put your property to the percolation test