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Should the price a home sells for be available online?

After a decade-long dispute, the federal Competition Tribunal ruled the Toronto Real Estate Board is stifling competition by not listing the price homes sell for online. TREB argued that would violate home owners' privacy, and is appealing the ruling.


Our guest is Toronto broker John Pasalis, President of Realosophy Realty.


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At 12:30 Ed Lawrence is taking gardening questions. No web chat today.




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