The College is Closing

The OREA Real Estate College will cease to operate on December 31, 2020. Find out how the closing will affect admissions and the deadline to complete programs.

Office Closure

The OREA office will be closed at 12:30 p.m. Friday, August 17th. Scheduled classes and examinations will not be affected. Office hours will resume on Monday, August 20th.

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OREA Statement on Federal Government’s Refusal to Allow Provinces the Ability to Ban Home Growth of Cannabis

Ontario Realtors are disappointed the federal government rejected the Senate recommendation that would have allowed provinces to ban home growth of cannabis. Provinces should have the ability to protect home owners and communities from the problems associated with former grow ops. Quebec and Manitoba have committed to standing firm on this issue and the ambiguity in the legislation has opened the door to court challenges. We look forward to working with Premier-Designate Ford to address Realtor concerns and ensure we protect Ontario homes and families.

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York region politicians want a new municipal land transfer tax grab on home ownership

York Region councillors are demanding new tax powers from the province, and they have their eyes set on the municipal land transfer tax (MLTT). If implemented, the tax would add over $15,000 to an average priced York Region home, impacting housing affordability for all home buyers and making the Canadian dream of home ownership less achievable for thousands of young buyers. This could set a dangerous precedent for housing affordability across the wider Greater Toronto Area and the rest of the province.

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700,000 Millennials looking to move out of their parents’ basement in the next decade, new research shows

Over the next decade, 700,000 Millennials in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) will enter the housing market in search of their first home. According to the report – Millennials in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area: A Generation Stuck in Apartments? – released today by Ryerson University’s Centre for Urban Research & Land Development (CUR) and sponsored by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA), Millennials will represent the largest source of housing demand in the next ten years.

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