Real Estate Council Welcomes Appointment of New Chair 


Published on 17 September, 2018

Real Estate Council Welcomes Appointment of New Chair

Vancouver, September 17, 2018- The Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) welcomes the recent government announcement  — will open in a new tab appointing Elain Duvall as the new chair of the Real Estate Council of BC.

Elain Duvall brings a wealth of experience to the role with 10 years as executive director of the Columbia Housing Advisory Association, several years at the Housing Centre at the City of Vancouver, and six years as a development manager for Progressive Homes Ltd. She is a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors and has extensive governance experience, including 12 years on the Vancity Credit Union Board (three as chair) and nine years as governor of the Real Estate Foundation.

The board and staff of RECBC look forward to working under Ms. Duvall’s leadership to achieve our vision: a province where real estate consumers have confidence in competent and ethical real estate professionals. In co-operation with the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate and the Ministry of Finance, we will continue our work ensuring that B.C.’s real estate sector is trusted and effective.

RECBC thanks the outgoing chair, Robert Holmes Q.C., for his dedicated service over the past two years, and his commitment to protecting consumers through fair, effective and transparent regulation.

More information about Elain Duvall and the other members of the Real Estate Council is available on RECBC’s Council Members webpage.

About the Real Estate Council of BC

The Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) is a consumer protection agency established by the provincial government to administer the Real Estate Services Act. Its role is to license and regulate the conduct of real estate licensees in British Columbia.

RECBC enforces entry qualifications, investigates complaints against licensees and imposes disciplinary sanctions under the Act.

Consumers who have questions or concerns about the conduct of a real estate licensee can call to discuss the matter with a Professional Standards Advisor, file a complaint with RECBC or contact our Anonymous Tipline.

Media Contact:

Marilee Peters

Manager, Communications, Real Estate Council of BC

604-683-9664 | [email protected]