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.
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This year’s Motorcycle Ride for Charity organized by the Ontario REALTORS Care® Foundation will take place on Wednesday, July 8. The ride will depart from the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) office in Toronto and continue to Ottawa. Stops along the way include Peterborough, Brockville and Smiths Falls. Join in the ride or sponsor a rider. All proceeds from the ride go to the foundation, which supports shelters and charities for the homeless in Ontario. In 2014, the foundation gave out more than $900,000 in grants to charities across the province. Visit www.realtorscareontario.ca.
I wouldn’t have become president of OREA if it wasn’t for the top-notch training developed by OREA’s Centre for Leadership Development.
Ray Ferris, Past President | OREA 2016
Even a flock of chickens can be the subject of dispute in a real estate transaction. Negotiation is vital in this line of work, and the more you hone your negotiating skills, the more successful your career will be. Read more about negotiating skills and the art of the deal from three Ontario REALTORS®.
Branding in real estate yields tangible results. A pair of REALTORS® learned this after asking some tough questions in the process of developing their brand. Find out how an Ottawa team achieved lasting recognition by developing its brand.
Be cautious in your approach to properties with basement apartments, second suites or in-law suites. That’s because the laws vary across the province and can be a legal minefield.
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