Misael Lizarraga

Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

Real Estate Content Writer

As a former real estate agent, I use my past experience to create content for real estate blogs, brokerages and individual agents all across North America. I'm currently a contributor for Zolo.ca, The Vancouver Real Estate Blog, Windermere Real Estate, and Type Finder.
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Website Copy, Blog Post, Email Newsletter
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Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico|English
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typefinder.com
Blog Post
Four Personality Temperaments of Clients You’ll Meet (and How to Sell to Them)

Learn to deal with the customers of all 4 different kinds of temperaments.

March 5th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
B.C. seeks tips from citizens to aid money laundering crackdown

The B.C. government is cracking down on illegal activity in the real estate sector and hopes that the public will weigh in

November 20th, 2018
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Quebec on track to break real estate records again in 2018

Quebec's real estate market is on fire... especially when compared to other Canadian provinces

November 22nd, 2018
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Canadian inflation rate jumps above Bank of Canada target

For the moment, experts are not worried about this impacting the Bank of Canada's interest rates... but that could change

November 27th, 2018
zolo.ca
Blog Post
3 real estate trends we expect to see in 2019

Three trends will dominate the overall Canadian marketplace in 2019, helping to shape resale activity and new home builds across the country

January 11th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Don’t expect to become a Redfin client until March 2019

Though Redfin is now officially in Canada, they are still in the process of building their website and hiring new employees and the company won't be offering any of its services until March 2019

January 18th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Mortgage experts: Stress test was unnecessarily harsh

New report claims it's reasonable to test a borrower's capacity to pay at higher rates but the current mortgage stress test ignores rising incomes and a reduction of debt over time

January 24th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Doug Ford wants to make it easier to build more homes in Toronto

Doug Ford's housing minister, Steve Clark, wants to focus on removing barriers to building homes in Toronto in order to combat lack of affordable housing in the city

January 29th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Calgary remains a buyer’s market in 2019 (and beyond)

Home prices are predicted to fall by as much as 2.5% in Calgary this year. This will make it easier for hopeful homeowners and hard for sellers

January 31st, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Pressure mounts on OSFI to ease mortgage stress test

The current implementation of the mortgage stress test needs to be amended.

February 5th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Surrey to get highly needed office space in the near future

Surrey has a chronic lack of commercial office space. But a new development will add some highly needed office space in the near future.

February 12th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Home ownership, not retirement saving, the priority for families

Hopeful young homeowners are redirecting retirement funds towards purchasing a home.

February 14th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Tax season brings good news for small business owners (including professional landlords)

Small business owners will have additional perks this tax season.

February 19th, 2019
zolo.ca
Article
2019’s B.C. Budget brings relief to new home buyers and young families

2019's budget promises to put more money into buyer's pockets this year.

February 21st, 2019
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Blog Post
High home prices in Vancouver are Justified

Though it's not easy to accept, there are is plenty of evidence that suggests that Vancouver's high real estate prices are not artificial, but rather justified.

December 13th, 2018
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Article
How does the economic cycle affect you?

Economists are making the case that Vancouver is in a buyer's market. But they rarely explain exactly what that means, and how it affects buyers.

January 7th, 2019
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Blog Post
Will the Bank of Canada raise interest rates in 2019?

We have plenty of reasons to believe the Bank of Canada will raise its overnight interest rates in 2019 again

January 14th, 2019
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Blog Post
How long does a building permit take in Vancouver?

The government of British Columbia is finally taking steps to speed up building permits in Vancouver

February 22nd, 2019
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Blog Post
What does it mean to be in Vancouver’s buyer’s market?

Vancouver is technically in a buyer's market, but it doesn't necessarily benefit all buyers.

February 12th, 2019
windermere.com
Blog Post
Are You Better Off Paying Your Mortgage Earlier or Investing Your Money?

Economically speaking, you are better off investing your money rather than paying off your mortgage earlier. But under certain circumstances, you are better off dedicating more funds towards your mortgage.

February 13th, 2019
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Article
The current mortgage stress test needs to be amended

Having a mortgage stress test is not a bad idea, but its current iteration is far too restrictive.

January 25th, 2019
zolo.ca
Blog Post
Commercial property taxes at least 2.5 times higher than residential rates

Commercial property taxes are much higher than residential rates throughout Canada.

November 1st, 2018
zolo.ca
Article
13 top Edmonton new home developers (going into 2019)

Top Edmonton developers to keep an eye out for in 2019.

November 9th, 2018
zolo.ca
Article
Toronto policymakers look to increase “missing middle” housing supply

Toronto lawmakers are looking for ways to increase housing supply that falls between detached properties and condominiums.

February 7th, 2019
vancouverrealestatepodcast.com
Blog Post
Condo flippers, foreign investors, and other convenient fall guys for Vancouver’s housing crisis

Condo flippers and foreign investors are usually the first to be blamed for Vancouver's fluctuating real estate market. But in reality, a variety of supply and demand side forces are responsible for it.

November 26th, 2018
point2homes.com
Blog Post
Tiny Homes: 4 Big Reasons to Choose a Tiny House

4 Reasons why people choose to live in tiny homes, even after considering the downsides

December 10th, 2018
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