Get ready now for the end of the shutdown

28 April 2020
Jeffrey Wagman

I lived through the 1990s recession. The difference then was we went to work. There was not much happening in the real estate market, but you still had your routine. Now the routine has completely changed. There is no option to “go to work.” Your work is now in a different place…. your home.

Selling your Home During a Divorce

11 July 2019
Jeffrey Wagman

This is probably one of the most stressful and difficult situations in the Real Estate business. For most families, the value of the matrimonial home is their greatest asset, and the emotions attached to the end of a marriage and selling a family home are extremely high.

What makes a real estate company?

14 January 2019
Jeffrey Wagman

Be a part of your company, and not a silent member. Help the young agents coming into our business.

A lesson from the Toronto real estate market

10 July 2017
Jeffrey Wagman

My best advice is to not be a cheerleader, be a leader when it comes to looking after your clients.

Dealing with a changing real estate market

05 June 2017
Jeffrey Wagman

Advice for agents

Your clients and loyalty

05 May 2017
Jeffrey Wagman

Are you expecting to have loyal clients in the real estate sales world? You will need to put in a lot of years to get a few.

Have you paid your dues?

20 March 2017
Jeffrey Wagman

In Toronto we are experiencing an unbelievable market. Mostly everything for sale sells and fast. What a great market to work in.

Protecting your clients’ interest

03 March 2017
Jeffrey Wagman

We all understand that the residential part of the real estate business can create some very close relationships, but how close is too close?

Are you confident or arrogant?

14 February 2017
Jeffrey Wagman

There is a distinct difference in the qualities of confidence and arrogance in a person, but often the qualities crisscross with each other. It is imperative to recognize the difference when dealing with people.