Coldwell Banker Prestige Realty

Coal Harbour, Deep Cove, and Lonsdale

About Coldwell Banker

The Coldwell Banker brand is the oldest and most established residential real estate franchise system in North America. Founded in 1906, young entrepreneur Colbert Coldwell, later joined by partner Benjamin Banker, changed the way that people bought and sold homes. More than 100 years later, the Coldwell Banker network is one of the most trusted in the world, with a global presence across 49 countries and territories worldwide.

The Coldwell Banker name first came to Canada in 1989, in the brand’s first international expansion. Coldwell Banker became a major force in the Canadian marketplace by entering into a joint venture with Canada Trust Realty in 1992, gaining a legacy of over 70 years’ experience serving the real estate needs of Canadians from coast to coast.

In 1996, Coldwell Banker Canada pioneered Ultimate Service®, a unique customer satisfaction program and business philosophy that has earned a 98% overall satisfaction rating from more than 75,000 Canadian Home Buyers and Sellers.

Latest News

Population Growth Trends and Implications: Is Canada’s Growth Peaking?

A June Edge Realty Analytics report has indicated that Canada’s population growth may be peaking.

In the second quarter of 2024, Canada’s population saw an increase of 0.6%, or 243,000 people. However, this quarter showed the start of a plateau to Canada’s headlining population growth. The rapid growth stabilized with an annual rate of 3.2%, adding 1.27 million new residents. This quarter was pivotal,...

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How to Identify the Top Calgary Realtor for Your Real Estate Needs

Choosing the right realtor can significantly impact your real estate experience and the success of your transaction, whether you’re buying, selling, or investing. Calgary’s real estate market is strong but nuanced, and requires a realtor who is not only experienced but also understands the intricacies of the local areas. This is especially important if you are interested in a more complex transaction...

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Effects of “Filtering” and New Housing Construction on Housing Affordability

A new CMHC research paper, Understanding Filtering: A Long-Term Strategy to New Supply and Housing Affordability, released in June, provides insights into how “filtering” can improve housing affordability. It also discusses depreciation and rent declines in buildings as they age. 

It builds on another CMHC paper, Evaluating the Impacts of Increasing Housing Supply in Canada, which was released...

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