Since the last Report from Council newsletter, the following actions have been taken as a result of disciplinary hearings and Consent Orders conducted by the Council. Trading
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Since April 1, 2018, RECBC has received over 700 complaints. By the end of our fiscal year on March 31, we expect that number will
Starting in 2019, owners of residential properties in specific regions of BC may be subject to the new provincial speculation and vacancy tax. This tax,
Vancouver, November 1, 2018 – The provincial government has appointed six new members and re-appointed five members to the Real Estate Council of BC. The new
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The Superintendent of Real Estate has introduced rules that will change the way a real estate professional provides services to consumers. Learn more about these
Each upcoming issue of the Report from Council will feature articles or new resources to meet the needs of managing brokers. To make them easy to find,
The Role of Managing Brokers in BC’s Changing Real Estate Landscape In recent months, staff from my office have been working in close collaboration as
In this series of short articles, real estate lawyer Bruce Woolley considers “conditions precedent” clauses, often referred to as “subject to” clauses. Does a contract
In the coming year, licensees can expect changes in the frequency and timing of the reminders that they will receive from RECBC about relicensing education