Is Real Estate Webmasters a scam?

When choosing a company to build a real estate website, it's important to consider several factors to ensure that the website meets your specific needs and goals. Some of the key considerations include the company's experience, portfolio, customer support, pricing, and technology. Before making a decision, it's also important to research and compare different companies, read reviews and testimonials, and discuss your needs and goals with a representative from the company.

Real Estate Webmasters fall very short of expectations so make sure you do your research.

1. Read their reviews online, you will find many unhappy parties warning against using Real Estate Webmasters. 

2. The contract is solid and they do…

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Are you ready to buy or sell your home? Now is a great time. Sellers are getting top-dollar for their properties, while buyers are capitalizing on lower rates before they are expected to go up again. Residential sales in the Edmonton Area real estate market decreased 23.8% compared to June 2022 and saw a year-over-year decrease of 10.3% from July 2021. New residential listings decreased 14.8% month-over-month from June 2022 but saw an increase of 6.2% from July of last year. Single-family home unit sales were down both 12.4% from July 2021 and 24.4% from June 2022 at 1,159. Condo unit sales also decreased 1.6% from July 2021 and 22.1% from June 2022. Duplex/rowhouse unit sales were down both 12.7% year-over-year and 21.3% from last month.

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To stop inflation making things more expensive, Bank of Canada going to make different things more expensive

6 HOURS AGO by JACOB PACEY ( @PACEYJACOB ) The Beaverton     Photo Credit

OTTAWA – To help combat record-high inflation and bring some relief to financially squeezed Canadians, The Bank of Canada announced Wednesday that they would hike the key interest rate for the third time this year, making entirely different things more expensive instead.

“We know that across the country Canadians are struggling with the rising cost of things like groceries, gas, and other daily necessities due to record high-inflation,” said Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem. “That’s why we’re taking aggressive action to raise the key interest…

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Let's be honest... for some people, joining eXp can be a disaster. It can go really, terribly wrong. But it can also be amazing for growth. You must consider a few things first, the small things really matter and can make the difference between having a great experience and a terrible one.

The eXp Difference

With most brokerage models, the agents are selling houses. The agents are paying broker fees up to the brokerage and the brokers then pay middle managers, branch managers, owners, regional managers, vice presidents, whoever they pay for advertising, and a variety of other costs. That’s how the traditional model works.

With eXp, it’s different. When you’re dealing with eXp half the money goes to eXp and the other half goes to the agents…

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TransAlta is selling off properties to allow families to come back to the community. This one is WIDE OPEN!!! 241 acres of open land! Fully fenced!! The sale includes the NW quarter of section 3(160 acres) & half(80 acres) of the NE quarter of section 3. Large build site in the NW corner of the property which use to have a home previously so utilities are likely available.

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Canadian Real Estate Association 

Apr 06, 2022, 16:04 ET


OTTAWA, ON , April 6, 2022 /CNW/ - The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) is proud to announce a pilot project that will display real-time tracking of offers on listings, a first for Canada. Openn Offers, a ground-breaking offer management software provided by property technology company Openn Negotiation, has been selected to be integrated with, Canada's No. 1 real estate platform.

CREA continues to support Canadians on their real estate journeys through research tools on Consumers have come to trust and rely on features like transaction history…

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FEb 24, 2022

by James Porter, RECA Investigations Manager

RECA takes unlicensed activity seriously. A person cannot trade in real estate, deal in mortgages or act as a property or condominium manager without an licence issued by RECA (s. 17 of the Real Estate Act).

Sometimes the line between licensed and unlicensed activity is misinterpreted, which unfortunately leads to Alberta consumers not being protected by a regulated environment. It can also result in persons being fined or sanctioned for engaging in those activities that require a licence.

Recent Examples of Unlicensed Practice

RECA has seen examples where licensees operate outside of the business of their brokerage and in an area where they do not hold that class of licence. For…

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Crypto specialist & investment guru Andrew Plokhii from August Cove Capital dives deep into Bitcoin. What’s all the hype about? What exactly is it? Why is it the best long-term investment you can make? Tune in while I ask all the questions that everyone wants to know about crypto. You'll be surprised by what he has to say. Not investment advice!!!! Just for fun!!!

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