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Real Estate Council of Alberta

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I hadn’t really understood the role of industry associations like AREA. However, when my charter rights were threatened by RECA, I found that AREA was there to defend me by providing moral support and legal advice.

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The Alberta Real Estate Association sued a former member of its Board of Directors, David Lowe, and obtained an order to search his home and office to seize computers, smartphones, computer storage devices and documents.

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After firing the Real Estate Council of Alberta eight months ago, the government proposes to restructure it to include four new industry councils and a refocused mandate on licensing and regulation.

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A compiled list of statements and resources for Canadian real estate industry professionals and stakeholders regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. REM will update this list as more information becomes available.

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The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) has won an international award for its course educating Alberta real estate professionals about radon in homes.

Minister of Service Alberta Nate Glubish announces that the RECA members will be dismissed.

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Alberta plans to fire the members of the Real Estate Council of Alberta and appoint an administrator to manage RECA’s functions, including its hearings and appeals processes.

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Three members of the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) have resigned. Brian Klingspon, Christine Zwozdesky and JT Dhoot resigned from the council last week.

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The future of the Real Estate Council of Alberta, the province’s regulatory body for the industry, is under review as the government considers a scathing independent report on the organization’s governance and activities.

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The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) has suspended the real estate license of Paul Seib for refusing to co-operate with one of its investigations.

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The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) says incidents of fraud or misleading behaviour around seller financing are on the rise in Alberta.