It’s Time to Advocate for the Profession

1With over 70,000 members we are a force to be reckoned with at Queen’s Park.

This is the reason why we were successful in stopping the spread of the municipal land transfer tax, a review of the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, and passing electronic signatures, to name a few.

When we speak with one voice, decision makers at Queen’s Park pay attention to the issues our members care about.

That’s why we created the Ontario REALTOR® Party to give our members a way to speak up on issues impacting the real estate profession at Queen’s Park.

While we have been successful in the past, there are new issues on the horizon that threaten the way we do business, including the never-ending potential for a province-wide municipal land transfer tax, and mandatory home energy audits. Now is the time to get involved to protect the profession.

Click here to learn more and let us know how you can help!

Thank you,

Pat Verge
Chair, Ontario REALTOR® Party Committee

Author: bramptonrealestateboard

At the Brampton Real Estate Board (BREB) we believe in the ownership of Real Estate. Our objective is to contribute to the capability and growth of our members in their endeavors by marketing all forms of real property throughout the greater Brampton, Halton Hills and Caledon marketplaces and beyond. The Brampton Real Estate Board is dedicated to providing an environment in which it’s Member REALTORS®, employees, Board of Directors, and Committee volunteers are encouraged to grow, succeed and develop in order to provide the highest level of professional conduct and service.

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