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Also: Need for speed with Chinese deals; Mortgage fraud on the rise, says Equifax; Marina R. James WinnipegRealtors CEO


In this issue:

  • Look after the listings you lose
  • Doing business with China: The need for speed
  • Mortgage fraud on the rise, says Equifax
  • Winnipeg board appoints Marina R. James as CEO

Look after the listings you lose


Most agents, once they have lost a listing, never see that seller again. But those who think outside the box have struck a goldmine.

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Doing business with China: The need for speed


A Chinese businessperson will often seek to conclude a contract or deal in a much shorter time frame than their typical North American counterpart.  Successfully doing so represents a challenging yet vital aspect of doing business. 

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Mortgage fraud on the rise, says Equifax


A recent survey by the company also found that “44 per cent of Canadians trust real estate agents the least during the home-buying experience”.

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Winnipeg board appoints Marina R. James as CEO


James was president and CEO of Economic Development Winnipeg for seven years.  She takes over from long-time EO Geoff McCullough.

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Sponsored: Lies About Leads…


How to Create Income Certainty in an Uncertain Business and a Quality Life in a Business Typically Demanding Long Hours, Evenings and Weekends

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