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  • July 20, 2017

    You may have heard the terms 'business incubator', 'business accelerator', 'venture capitalist' or 'real estate business incubator' before. But what do they mean?

  • July 18, 2017

    Charity Benefits the Giver as Much as the Recipient

    And that's OK. When we give we experience joy, empowerment, purpose and can appreciate our own good fortune.

    From a business perspective, donating time and/or money can give you brand exposure, help you connect to your community and give you tax deductions. 

  • July 13, 2017

    We’d like to thank our guest contributor Lin Nulman from Homelight for writing this blog!

    In ‘Take Advantage of VR in Real Estate’, we looked at some of the advantages of using VR in your listings. But how does using VR in virtual staging work?

  • July 11, 2017

    This blog is about expanding your lexicon to include more evocative language in your real estate listings (without complicating the description). So you don't feel obliged to carpet-bomb your web copy with adjectives like beautiful, attractive, or stunning


  • July 5, 2017

    Lone Wolf recently launched a new website with the same goals any brokerage would have: increase traffic, improve visitor experience and increase conversion rates.  

    Consumers expect your website to be fresh and modern.  As technology and real estate evolve, your consumers’ needs evolve.  Whether your site needs a new look, to become mobile friendly, or have content rewritten or reorganized, a new website may be a cost-effective investment for your brokerage.  

    Here are 5 things to consider when refreshing your website:

  • July 4, 2017

    I am the child of a small business owner. It was hard for my father to close his business, but taking a vacation together as a family was important for him. You could always tell when it was getting close to vacation time; Dad was stressed out!

    So how can you take a worry free vacation? Here’s what I’ve learned from my Dad:

  • June 30, 2017

    From the icebergs of Nunavut, to the mountains of British Columbia, to the lighthouses of the Maritimes, Canada is a beautiful land. It is in this wonderful country that many of us make our own homes. Our nation’s real estate brokers and agents help us find these homes which become the centerpiece of our most cherished memories. As we celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, we’d like also like to thank the Canadian real estate industry for all they do for our communities and families. 

  • June 27, 2017

    Playing soccer and hockey for more than 20 years I’ve learned something very important. The most valuable players on the team are not the most talented players. The most valuable players are the players that exemplify the greatest teamwork. Like sports, the success of your real estate team or brokerage depends on your ability to work well together.

    Here is a collection of 10 quotes to inspire your real estate team!


  • June 22, 2017

    Our Canadian offices will be closed on Friday, June 30, 2017 for Canada Day. 2017 marks a special year as all across Canada we will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday!

    On Friday, June 30th, a reduced support crew will be available to handle your urgent requests on Canada Day. Our Canadian offices will remain open on Independence Day, July 4th.

    If you require support, please email your question and contact information including any relevant data using the Support Request Form in your HELP drop-down menu.

  • June 20, 2017

    Among the 25 most commonly used words in real estate listings are descriptive words such as: beautiful, spacious, luxury, huge, and must see.

    Now, there’s nothing wrong with these words. Consumers are familiar with them. But when it comes to listings, is familiarity a good thing? 

    Home-shopping is a frustrating experience. Listing after listing, picture after picture: consumers develop shopping fatigue.