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Also: CREA biker ad "misleading", says watchdog; Barrie and Toronto enter MLS partnership; Realty Watch helps find missing person


In this issue:

  • Alberta sales rep warns commissions at risk
  • CREA’s biker ad ‘misleading’ says advertising watchdog
  • Barrie and Toronto boards enter MLS services partnership
  • Realty Watch helps find missing elderly person
  • Sponsored: Are you doing enough to protect your deal?

Alberta sales rep warns commissions at risk


Former Royal LePage Foothills agent Kirby Cox is out $275,000 and he’s on a mission to make sure it doesn’t happen to anyone else.

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CREA's biker ad ‘misleading’ says advertising watchdog


The group says “this execution over-promised what a buyer’s Realtor customarily delivers, and, therefore, was misleading.”

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Barrie and Toronto boards enter MLS services partnership


The boards say “this partnership is a responsible step forward that will remove barriers and open the flow of information.”

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Realty Watch helps find missing elderly person


The Realty Watch program and Port Coquitlam sales rep Risa Bassetto found a missing person earlier this month.

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Sponsored: Are you doing enough to protect your deal?


You’re working on a deal with a 60-day closing. You work your way through the entire process, negotiating all required documents and aligning all required professionals. Closing day is approaching, but then boom, you hit a snag. The only way to predict your revenue is to know that all the deals that you are working are solid.

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