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Nearly 20 years after it was passed, the act governing Ontario’s real estate industry is getting an update. The government introduced the Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2019 in the Ontario legislature on Tuesday.


With the federal election now in full swing, Realtor associations from Canada’s largest real estate markets have launched a campaign to “make home ownership more accessible to people across the country.”

John DiMichele


John DiMichele talks about building a new MLS system, how TREB gets along with CREA and OREA and reflections on the Competition Tribunal order.


The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) is raising concerns about a new proposal calling for the City of Toronto to increase its Municipal Land Transfer Tax on the most expensive properties.


The Federal Court of Canada has issued an order against the operators of Mongohouse.com for unauthorized access and use of the Toronto Real Estate Board’s (TREB) MLS data, including granting a permanent injunction.


TREB CEO John DiMichele says that despite grumbling in the media that the board has been slow to get the data feed started, “we were up and running well before the 60 days” deadline.


The Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) have come together to try and bring some attention to local housing issues in the upcoming Ontario municipal elections.


The Barrie & District Association of Realtors (BDAR) and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) have entered into an MLS services partnership. The agreement was signed on August 11.


John DiMichele, CEO of the Toronto Real Estate Board, writes "TREB has never been opposed to any innovation in the real estate marketplace, nor the distribution of property data, particularly the sold price."

TREB’s Market Year in Review & Outlook Report was released at an event in January.


In January the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) launched its inaugural Market Year in Review & Outlook Report at a broker breakfast with more than 300 guests in attendance, including GTA Realtors.