Licensed Real Estate Sales Representative

The Dan Cooper Group is looking for ambitious, high energy, experienced sales representatives.

We are a nationally ranked, consistent award-winning team in the Oakville, Burlington and surrounding areas. Our team has a proven record of success for over 25 years.

Who are we looking for?
  • Licensed sales representatives
  • 5 years of Real Estate experience as an agent
  • Agents who are knowledgeable about Oakville, Burlington and surrounding areas
  • Driven, goal-oriented professionals
  • Agents with strong negotiating skills, time management and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively as a team with a common goal to achieve
Benefits of joining our team
  • Guaranteed flow of leads
  • Well-known, well recognized branding, innovation, network and expertise
  • Comprehensive training, both in-house and at brokerage level
  • 6 figure income potential
  • A full range of expense paid professional marketing materials including social media and photography
  • NO desk fees
  • NO deal processing fees
  • NO high transaction fees
  • NO fax/copier fees
  • NO broker-loading fees
  • NO technology/wireless internet fees
  • NO advertising fees
Desired Skills and Experience

Full-time role and will include evening and weekend hours. Flexibility in work hours is a requirement. Applicants must have experience in a fast paced real estate environment and must have a valid real estate license.

Please submit resume in confidence to hello@dancooper.com.

Lacklustre Oakville Sales in First Quarter

March Market Highlights
  • March volume down by 39.2% versus last year’s record-breaking sales (220 units versus 362 units)
  • First quarter volume finished down 34.8% versus last year (489 units versus 750 units)
  • March average price also showed weakness, declining by 20.0% versus last year to $1,104,344
  • Lingering effects of 2017 Fair Housing Plan, new OSFI-mandated stress tests and higher borrowing costs are all factors

Related: Monthly Neighbourhood Market Reports

What’s Your Oakville Home Worth? Get a Free market evaluation of your home.

Oakville Transactions - MAR 2018

NeighbourhoodTotal TransactionsAvg Sales Price ($)Avg Days on Market
Bronte19$1,028,50033
Bronte Creek21$1,045,26229
Central3$998,33382
Clearview3$1,012,66743
College Park10$881,96018
Falgarwood7$1,022,88617
Ford8$2,052,61127
Glen Abbey17$1,085,28813
Glenorchy16$1,092,56227
Joshua Creek9$1,369,42330
Morrison4$3,264,50029
Old Oakville5$1,579,0006
River Oaks26$909,43122
Southwest11$1,922,81846
Wedgewood Creek0--
West18$1,056,88921
West Oak Trails17$939,07314
Westmount16$914,08923

Lacklustre Burlington Sales in First Quarter

March Market Highlights
  • March volume down by 48.3% versus last year’s exceptionally strong sales (181 units versus 350 units)
  • First quarter volume finished down 44.4% versus last year (404 units versus 727 units)
  • March average price also showed weakness, declining by 8.7% versus last year to $743,212
  • Lingering effects of 2017 Fair Housing Plan, new OSFI-mandated stress tests and higher borrowing costs are all factors

Related: Monthly Neighbourhood Market Reports

WHAT’S YOUR BUrlington HOME WORTH? GET A FREE MARKET EVALUATION OF YOUR HOME.

Burlington Transactions - MAR 2018

NeighbourhoodTotal TransactionsAvg Sales Price ($)Avg Days on Market
Aldershot South5$1,004,50023
Alton Central1$652,0007
Alton West4$918,10022
Brant Hills11$711,60615
Central5$934,80026
Dynes3$819,96721
Elizabeth Gardens9$740,47817
Headon Forest22$713,08617
Longmoor9$812,55614
Maple2$729,75020
Millcroft18$1,051,93819
Mountainside4$596,00015
Orchard13$789,23123
Palmer6$615,12524
Pinedale6$695,41715
Roseland2$1,202,50012
Shoreacres3$1,253,33315
Tansley2$557,85036

How to spot an up-and-coming neighbourhood

In real estate, the ability to identify an emerging neighbourhood before it becomes trendy is akin to predicting the jackpot numbers. If you’re one of the lucky ones that manages to move into an up-and-coming neighbourhood before the masses start to flock in, not only do you get to bask in the new local businesses that are flourishing around you but you’ll also get to enjoy a pleasant jump in your home’s value. So how do you spot the next trendy area? Here are some of the telltale signs.

Look For New Businesses

The opening of new local businesses shows much promise of growth but the types of businesses matter too. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a Starbucks; clothing stores, sit-down restaurants, independent coffee shops, art galleries, and supermarkets are businesses that tend to attract people from other parts of town and before long, people may start to see some semblance of a very desirable neighbourhood.

Look For Renovations to Existing Homes

If you see homes that are undergoing renovations, it’s a good sign that people in the neighbourhood are taking care of their properties by making a long-term investment in their houses or preparing to sell at a higher value. Either way, renovations improve the neighbourhood’s overall curb appeal and attract the attention of prospective buyers.

Look at the Surrounding Neighbourhoods

If you don’t see homes being renovated or new businesses popping up, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the neighbourhood won’t become a hot market in the future. Check the surrounding areas. Is it close to a trendy neighbourhood? If so, there’s a chance that people who have been priced out of that neighbourhood will want to move into nearby areas.

Ask Your Real Estate Agent

Still not sure? Talk to us! We’ve been in the business long enough to decode all the signs of an emerging neighbourhood and have the inside scoop on upcoming development plans that could change the face of a neighbourhood.

Oakville Market Remains Soft in Early 2018

February Market Highlights
  • February volume down by 38.7% versus last year’s strong sales, with 155 total units sold
  • Average price also showed weakness, declining by 21.1% versus last year to $1,120,284
  • New OSFI-mandated mortgage stress tests for uninsured mortgages plus higher borrowing rates are likely key factors
  • Days on market at 26 days, down from 39 days in January but up from just 16 days in February 2017

Related: Monthly Neighbourhood Market Reports

What’s Your Oakville Home Worth? Get a Free market evaluation of your home.

Oakville Transactions - FEB 2018

NeighbourhoodTotal TransactionsAvg Sales Price ($)Avg Days on Market
Bronte12$1,117,29234
Bronte Creek6$1,045,91749
Central6$1,995,00027
Clearview1$757,50025
College Park6$767,79219
Falgarwood6$687,75016
Ford2$2,103,30019
Glen Abbey9$1,167,50018
Glenorchy10$1,081,20025
Joshua Creek7$1,380,85726
Morrison8$2,435,62537
Old Oakville8$1,579,98823
River Oaks16$822,53438
Southwest3$1,885,00015
Wedgewood Creek4$966,50018
West20$1,157,40028
West Oak Trails10$812,70012
Westmount12$798,06717

Burlington Market Remains Soft In Early 2018

February Market Highlights
  • February volume down by 50.0% versus last year’s strong sales, with 118 total units sold
  • Average price also showed weakness, declining by 9.2% versus last year to $686,856
  • New OSFI-mandated mortgage stress tests for uninsured mortgages plus higher borrowing rates are likely key factors
  • Days on market at 33 days, down from 40 days in January but up from just 18 days in February 2017

Related: Monthly Neighbourhood Market Reports

WHAT’S YOUR BUrlington HOME WORTH? GET A FREE MARKET EVALUATION OF YOUR HOME.

Burlington Transactions - FEB 2018

NeighbourhoodTotal TransactionsAvg Sales Price ($)Avg Days on Market
Aldershot South8$682,57523
Alton Central1$735,00020
Alton West4$739,87524
Brant Hills8$666,00020
Central4$709,01149
Dynes2$763,00081
Elizabeth Gardens3$810,26730
Headon Forest8$763,62527
Longmoor3$597,63339
Maple3$835,00071
Millcroft10$999,82127
Mountainside5$574,40030
Orchard5$832,88012
Palmer6$625,21712
Pinedale3$698,66745
Roseland5$910,90033
Shoreacres2$1,129,00023
Tansley2$493,50032