Real Estate Council of British Columbia
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia (Council) is a regulatory agency established by the provincial government in 1958. Its mandate is to protect the public interest by enforcing the licensing and licensee conduct requirements of the Real Estate Services Act. The Council is responsible for licensing individuals and brokerages engaged in real estate sales, rental and strata property management. The Council also enforces entry qualifications, investigates complaints against licensees and imposes disciplinary sanctions under the Act.
- Announcing the 2015 Annual Report: Celebrating 10 Years of Self-Regulation
- Press Release: Council recognized for excellence of licensee education
- Advisory to licensees: Can You Legally Sell that Owner-Built Home?
- We are recruiting for a Legal Counsel
- A revised Brokerage Activity Report is now available
- Licence Suspensions: