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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.

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A survey commissioned by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) says Ontarians believe their municipal governments could be much more efficient with use of their funding.

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The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) is calling on the federal government to “reverse detrimental policy changes that... have made it harder for families to borrow responsibly in order to purchase a home.”

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

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The Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) has been targeting real estate brokerages with threats of legal action because they work with consumers arranging short-term accommodations, says OREA.

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A recent survey found that nine-in-10 Ontarians aged 30 to 39 and 88 per cent of those 60 plus, agree or somewhat agree that owning one’s own home is more difficult for young people now than it used to be.

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OREA is commending the Ontario government for introducing real estate legislation that tackles conflict of interest situations and consumer confusion that can arise in the current multiple representation system.  

Ettore Cardarelli and Tim Hudak during the livestream event.

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A recent livestreamed event was designed to show members and the public that OREA is taking the gloves off when it comes to dealing with government policies and with the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO).

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The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) has announced “a streamlined, more nimble leadership team pointing to a new vision for the association focused on high-impact advocacy and core member services.”

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OREA CEO Tim Hudak says in B.C., the provincial government “threw Realtors under the bus...” But in Ontario, “We were seen as active partners and (the provincial government) responded to our advice.”