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Ontario Real Estate Association


The rights of real estate salespeople and brokers in Ontario to transact short-term rental accommodations have been affirmed after the Real Estate Council of Ontario issued a bulletin last week.


Levelling the playing field with builders and developers, eliminating unlicensed real estate “consultants” are among top the list of reforms that the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) is recommending to the provincial government.


By challenging our conventions and taking a new road altogether, we accomplished some big things for our members, home buyers and sellers.

OREA president Karen Cox and Ontario’s Minister of Government and Consumer Services, Bill Walker


Grey Highlands-based real estate broker Karen Cox has assumed the role of president of the Ontario Real Estate Association.


The Ontario Real Estate Association was at the forefront of some big issues affecting Ontario Realtors, the real estate industry and most importantly, Ontario’s homeowners and those wishing to join their ranks.


Let’s dispel the myth about registrant complaints: we assess every complaint we receive, and we provide the same investigative effort regardless of who contacts us.

Scene in the Northwest: Portrait of John Henry Lefroy, a painting by Paul Kane.


The histories of Ontario Land Surveyors and Ontario Realtors took similar paths in the early 1920s. The history of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors began in 1892.


Ontario Realtors are saying enough. We want to see a strong enforcement regime that deters unethical behaviour, penalizes the bad seeds and kicks offenders out of the profession.

OREA president David Reid and Joyce Teetzel officially open the Keith Teetzel Room.


The late Keith Teetzel, the first CEO of the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) was recently honoured with a ceremony at the association’s Toronto offices.

Tim Hudak


“This is a classic example of red tape and bureaucratic overreach. We don’t need two sets of licensing,” says OREA CEO Tim Hudak.