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It's an exciting time to be a new REALTOR®. We're pleased to support your success with education, networking and advocacy.
Download standardized forms and clauses you can use in Ontario real estate transactions. Plus, watch webinars and tutorials that help you understand and use our standard forms more efficiently.
Access standard forms and clauses that meet your specialized needs in commercial real estate. The Commercial Committee at OREA represents your interests.
Grow your knowledge on market trends and build your business. Look for market data in the Ontario Home Ownership Index page and Insights newsletter.
OREA members can access our free legal resources. You’ll find recently asked legal questions and what to do if you are the subject of a RECO complaint.
Sign up for a leadership program to develop your skills. The OREA Centre for Leadership Development provides training and courses for individuals and real estate boards.
Save money through a variety of discounts with OREA affinity programs that offer products and services at reduced rates. Discount programs include cell phone plans, credit cards, and insurance.
Listen to real people share insights about their experiences in business, life, and real estate on The Real Estate Addition Podcast.
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Wednesday November 27, 2019
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Read OREA’s submission to the Province’s Housing Supply Action Plan, A Bold Plan to Save the Dream of Home Ownership in Ontario
Money laundering is a multibillion-dollar problem in Ontario’s housing market, crowding out hardworking families looking to achieve their dreams of one day owning a home. Ontario Realtors do not want to see a single dollar of dirty money in the Province’s housing market.
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