Boards & Associations

Boards & Associations

George O’Neill

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On Wednesday, Nov. 8, Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) will join for the first time to present Real Estate Outlook 2018.

Amy Erixon speaks at the Commercial Emerge Conference in London.

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In collaboration with OREA, the London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR) held its Commercial Emerge Conference. "There was an incredible wealth of knowledge and expertise on display," says LSTAR CEO John Geha.

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Lee Newton has been selected as the WinnipegRealtors Citizens Hall of Fame 2017 inductee. Newton, who died in 2014, started Winnipeg Harvest in 1985 on her 33rd birthday.

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The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) wants to see an overhaul of the Real Estate Council of Ontario’s (RECO) mandatory continuing education (CE) program.

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The Quebec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB) says fewer people are using the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) in the province to help purchase a home and is calling for immediate changes to the program.

Larissa Smit

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Larissa Smit has joined the Ontario Real Estate Association’s Government Relations team. She previously worked for Tarion Warranty Corporation as the manager of stakeholder relations.

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The University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division has been named the new real estate pre-registration education and mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) provider.

VIREB directors and staff at the Driven to Give fundraising event.

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Recently Vancouver Island Real Estate Board staff and directors joined representatives from Steve Marshall Ford Lincoln to present a cheque for $7,500 to Nanaimo and District Crime Stoppers and Nanaimo RCMP Victim Services.

Chi-en (Amy) Tai is presented with the scholarship cheque by LSTAR president Jim Smith.

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The London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR) has awarded $6,000 to four outstanding students, supporting their post-secondary endeavours.

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The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) is calling for fines of up to $50,000 for registrants who breach the code of ethics in the act that regulates real estate in the province.