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Also: Even more listing bloopers; 5 things to remember when a deal doesn't close; Ray Brownlee wins distinguished award


In this issue:

  • Some surprise revelations about the Offer to Lease
  • Even more listing bloopers
  • 5 things to remember when your deal doesn’t close
  • Ray Brownlee wins Manitoba’s Distinguished Realtor Award
  • Sponsored: How Pre-Listing Inspections Can Make You More Money

Some surprise revelations about the Offer to Lease


The biggest mistake agents, tenants and landlords are making is not getting proper advice during the negotiating process. Agents fear that bringing in a lawyer during the negotiations will stall and delay the process… which is true if you don’t find the right lawyer!

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Even more listing bloopers


Spring has sprung and some real estate salespeople seem to have love on the brain when it comes to their listings.

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5 things to remember when your deal doesn’t close


When deals don’t close, it is important for real estate agents and brokerages to gather the correct information to understand both the rights of your clients and your own right to collect commission.

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Ray Brownlee wins Manitoba’s Distinguished Realtor Award


Ray Brownlee, managing broker of Century 21 Westman.com in Brandon, Man. is the winner of the 2015 Manitoba Real Estate Association / Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. Distinguished Realtor Award. “I just wish I was 30 years old again and just getting started,” Brownlee says.

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Sponsored: How Pre-Listing Inspections Can Make You More Money


In competitive real estate markets, top agents want to give themselves & their clients every advantage. As a professional, you should know all the issues ahead of time, so you can advise the seller on setting the best price.

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