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Real Estate Council of Ontario


HomeLife/United Realty in Brampton, Ont. has been terminated as a HomeLife franchisee for failing to meet its contractual financial obligations under its current ownership, the company says.


The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) is warning people not to engage in real estate transactions with Baljit Singh Dhaliwal. Neither he nor his company, Global West Real Estate Developments Limited, are registered to trade in real estate.

Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT)


A survey by the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) says sixty-four per cent of respondents in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) are concerned that the real estate bubble will burst.

Ethics in real estate: Learning to be ethical


The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO), as most others, believes that standards of right and wrong, of doing the right thing, can be taught. I agree, but can ethics in real estate be learned?


The new Ontario Bill-55 has been created to solve the growing problem of phantom offers in real estate. The question is, will that eliminate phantom offers? In my opinion, no.

Realtor Quest 2015


This year at the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) annual Realtor Quest conference, thousands of Greater Toronto Realtors took advantage of an opportunity to learn and connect.


DealDocket.com, an online workflow platform developed specifically for multiple offer situations, is the brainchild of co-founders Adam Brind and Drew Donaldson. Brind, broker of record at Core Assets Real Estate in Toronto, and mortgage broker Donaldson had talked about the idea for years.

first-time homebuyers


Organized real estate should be looking inwardly to find solutions for to substantially improve the quality of service and expertise of Realtors before spending resources encouraging consumers to use Realtor services that aren’t up to the public’s expected standards.


The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) is planning a new real estate registration education program that will ensure the continuing success of the real estate profession. Under our proposal, aspiring salespeople would obtain a broad understanding of the real estate transaction before they enter the profession.