The B.C. Home Hunter Group
The name says it all with this one. If you're looking to buy a home in British Columbia, this is a good place to start. Articles concentrate on the buying or selling of homes, without delving to deep into the minutia of housing prices or home decor tips. Posts are available on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
This poetically named site is a blog in the most traditional sense of the word (It's hosted on blogspot). The articles are long and well-thought out pieces which read more like which means that readers won't be treated to a new post every week, but when a new one shows up there is plenty to sink your teeth into. In-depth analysis, charts, and news posts round out the site to make it an excellent resource for anyone keen on getting to know the nitty gritty details about Vancouver's housing market.
#43 Landlord Rescue
Rachelle Berube is a property manager whose page is dedicated to landlords hoping to find better tenants and decrease headaches. If anyone is considering entering the landlord racket this is the place to start. It offers plenty of advice on how to avoid evictions, recognizing a potential "tenant from hell," and protecting oneself through the rental process while collating news that affects landlords. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+ are where she shares her posts.
The first thing that springs to your attention when visiting Vancouver Condo Info is the obtrusive ad that hangs in the top left corner of the screen. Economic news as it pertains to the real estate world is presented here with commentary. This is a community blog, so many people can and do contribute to the sites content.
#45 Julie Swayze
Julie's site is decked out in the familiar Remax banners and colours, which can water down your viewing experience. But her frequently posted articles offer many great tips and insight into the real estate world. She shares her posts to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.
#46 HomeLife Capital
HomeLife Capital's blog is very green. The colours are a bit shocking at first glance, and the blog is hard to navigate without any sort of archival system. Updates appear to have stopped around November of last year.
Shantell's writing is very succint and to the point, which means there isn't a lot to gravitate towards. The disparate use of fonts is a bit distracting, and some posts are completely aligned to the centre, which can be frustrating. But there is some helpful tips here for anyone about to enter the Red Deer, Alberta real estate market, including profiles of local moving companies and school district information. Posts are shared through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
This property management company based out of Charlottetown, PEI offers advice for renters and homeowners alike. The design is straightforward, but there have been no new posts since June 2014. If the site begins posting more regularly again, this would be an excellent resource for anyone looking to buy or rent a home. Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest are all in play here.
#49 Kim Vo
Kim is based out of Ottawa and her blog reflects the locale. The feel of the site is fairly plain, but unobtrusive. The articles don't offer much insight beyond the typical real estate news but what posts there are appear on the regular social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+.
#50 James Killoran
In that familiar Sotheby's blue and white, James shines a light on the Toronto real estate market. He frequently updates with new posts that concentrate as much on condos as traditional housing. One of the fun things about James' writing is the insight he offers into the mind of a real estate agent. Articles with titles like "Why I Show My Clients Homes That They Aren't Looking For" and "Why Do Realtors Ask So Many Questions?" show a unique approach to the real estate blog and offer a personal touch that is quite refreshing. James shares his posts on Facebook, Twitter and Google+