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Also: Are brokers recruiting, or simply maintaining?; How to motivate buyers to buy; Daniel Lee, Jason Schouten principals at Avison Young


In this issue:

  • Experienced regulator Michael Noseworthy to oversee new B.C. reforms
  • Brokers: Are you recruiting, retaining or simply maintaining?
  • Watch: How to motivate buyers to buy
  • Daniel Lee and Jason Schouten new principals at Vancouver’s Avison Young office

Experienced regulator Michael Noseworthy to oversee new B.C. reforms


British Columbia has appointed Michael Noseworthy as the new superintendent of real estate. His appointment takes effect on Oct. 19. Noseworthy has also served in Yukon as superintendent of real estate, superintendent of insurance, registrar of lotteries and registrar of medical practitioners. 

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Brokers: Are you recruiting, retaining or simply maintaining?


Ryan Hodge says "Although we have a competitive compensation package, that was not the dominant reason agents chose to join our company. We discovered three main reasons why agents chose to work with us."

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Watch: How to motivate buyers to buy


Your role as a salesperson is to motivate a buyer to make a decision that is in their best interest. Richard Robbins explains.

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Daniel Lee and Jason Schouten new principals at Vancouver’s Avison Young office


Daniel Lee and Jason Schouten have become principals at Avison Young in Vancouver. They will lead the firm’s retail practice throughout B.C. and represent various local, national and international tenants as well as landlords and investors.

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