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Also: 3 levels to achieving passive business; Canadians receive awards at Coldwell Banker Gen Blue; E&V open in Bromont
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In this issue:

  • Bubbles and booms in Canadian real estate
  • 3 levels to achieving passive business
  • Colin Hartigan, Helene Hutchings receive international awards 
  • Engel & Völkers officially opens Bromont shop

Bubbles and booms in Canadian real estate


Booms are driven by strong demand and constrained supply, whereas bubbles are driven by greed and extreme leverage. Canada has the former and not the latter.

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3 levels to achieving passive business


It’s very beneficial to go through a phase where are you are strictly getting so that you can develop the understanding of what is required to get, which teaches us to ask for what we want.

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Colin Hartigan, Helene Hutchings receive international awards


The winners were nominated by their peers and selected from approximately 84,000 professionals affiliated with the Coldwell Banker network worldwide.

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Engel & Völkers officially opens Bromont shop


Engel & Völkers North America officially launched its newest brokerage in Bromont, Que. recently.

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