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Brian Buffini's Bold Predictions: 2024 Real Estate Market Outlook to Share Insights and Proprietary Strategies for Thriving in Evolving Market

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Renowned for his accurate market predictions for nearly three decades, Brian Buffini, the chairman and founder of Buffini & Company, will share insights about the state of the real estate market and what agents need to do to succeed in 2024

CARLSBAD, Calif., Nov. 16, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Brian Buffini, the chairman and founder of Buffini & Company, will reveal what the future holds for the housing market — and what real estate agents and business owners need to do to succeed — with his Bold Predictions 2024: Real Estate Market Outlook broadcast. The free broadcast

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Real estate brothers take Vancouver by storm with award-winning podcast and thriving business

Matt and Adam Scalena’s niche podcast connects with 40,000 monthly listeners and boosts real estate success

Business partners and team leaders that happen to be brothers, Matt and Adam Scalena have had successful careers in real estate for years but have an interesting service that most certainly sets them apart.

“What is unique about our situation is that we have been building our real estate team for more than a decade, but in 2016 we started our Vancouver Real Estate Podcast that we host weekly,” says Matt.

The brothers share an interest in city planning and zoning, “and the culture that makes Vancouver tick. Our backgrounds have helped develop our podcast, where we bring on people every week to talk about all things real estate.”

The Scalena’s goal is to position themselves as real estate professionals, “with a deep understanding of the market that gives us a competitive advantage with

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Toronto commercial real estate thriving despite empty offices

Commercial real estate in Toronto is proving to be resilient as demand for industrial and retail space booms despite office space vacancies and higher interest rates, according to a recent report.

The Re/Max report found that the four commercial sectors — industrial, retail, office, and multi-family residential — are historically hot commodities for investors but office space continues to struggle as workers move to a hybrid work environment.

The other three sectors are weathering the rate hike environment, the report found.

“Although activity has come off peak levels reported in the first quarter of 2022, demand for commercial real estate remains relatively healthy in most major centres,” said Christopher Alexander, president of RE/MAX Canada. “On the retail side, consumer gravitation back to bricks and mortar stores after some post-pandemic online fatigue will bode well for business, while industrial will remain the sweetheart investment, drawing suitors from both a local and

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