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Farming and Referral Programs, Branding

New Window Envelopes for your Precision Realty Sweep™

Effective with our March issue, we will be adding a window envelope to your Precision Realty Sweep™ program. This window will fully reveal the masthead of your newsletter providing your format is either Classic or Contemporary. If you have a Booklet format, you may want to consider switching to one of the other formats to gain this advantage – just let us know!


Also if your combined Precision Realty Sweep™ volume is over 1,000 units, we can now print your own logo (black only) on the outer envelope. Please let us know if you would like to take advantage of this new feature.

Please contact Jenn at 416-236-0543 Ext. 221 if you have any questions.

We’ve Moved!

In addition to the launch of our new website, we've also moved our office.  Our new location at 642A The Queensway is large, bright and cheerful. We think our downstairs neighbours, Get A Better Mortgage, would agreeoffice

A Brand New Look! A Brand New Business Building Concept!

Welcome to our brand new site complete with our new corporate branding and an entirely new look. We are very excited about it!site

RE/MAX Kick Start 2013


It was great to see everyone at RE/MAX Kick Start 2013!

Thanks for dropping by our booth and having a look at our companion microsites demo. It was a good way for us to introduce new and existing clients to some of the new features recently added to the Realty Sweep™ and Keep In Touch™ programs.

If you would like to learn more about our microsites and how to really engage with your farm area and contact database, give us a call or email for a one-on-one training over the phone!

Toronto leading the western world in high highrise development

According to a new study by the Chicago-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, tall building construction in Toronto is outpacing every other city in the entire Western Hemisphere. There are currently 15 skyscrapers under construction which will exceed 45 storeys. That means that there will a total of 44 high rise buildings of over 150 metres in height by 2015. That's more than triple the amount that existed in 2005 when there were only 13 high rise buildings in this category. Of course, virtually all of this dramatic surge in high rise development has been fuelled by the construction of new high rise condos.

CAAMP versus Jim Flaherty


The mortgage rule changes introduced on July 9th by the Department of Finance have had a pronounced effect on the Canadian real estate market. As of that date, the maximum amortization period for government insured mortgages was reduced from 30 to 25 years and a $1 million purchase price ceiling for government insured mortgages was introduced as well. Since these new rules were put into effect, there is no denying that the market has cooled substantially in terms of volume. In addition, resale prices have also started a softening trend, although they are still up marginally versus year ago in most markets. There is widespread agreement that these are the facts - but there is much less agreement as to whether this is a good or bad thing.

Canada’s housing market: a victim of demographics?

boomer couple

According to a research study from Pacifica Partners Capital Management Co., demographics in the coming decade are not generally "real estate favourable". Here is their argument in a nutshell: The main driver of the real estate market since 1990 has been baby boomers buying houses during their peak earning years. The 45-64 age group accounted for about 20% of the population prior to 1990, but grew by another 10% throughout the 1990's and 2000's. In round numbers, today there are about 4.3 million more people in that age group than there were in 1990. The problem, according to Pacifica, is that this age cohort is poised to start declining now and that the younger generation isn't large enough to pick up the slack. Also, as the boomers begin to retire, their appetite for buying houses will decline appreciably.

Interactive map of Toronto construction projects


Stay up to date on all the planned construction projects in Toronto with the T.O. INview interactive map.

"The City of Toronto is introducing a new web-based system that shows all planned construction projects taking place across the City, particularly construction that will affect roads and streets.