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Reports and Plans


The Real Estate Council of BC publishes reports and plans to provide our stakeholders, including government, the general public and real estate licensees, with accountability and transparency about our current and future activities.

You can read about our goals and objectives as a Crown agency in our Service Plan, which includes a financial summary and operational highlights, along with the performance measures we will use to evaluate our success in achieving our aims.



Service Plan and Mandate Letter


2019 – 2022 Service Plan

RECBC is pleased to share our 2019-2022 public service plan. The service plan outlines our goals and objectives for the next three years, along with the performance measures we will use to track our progress towards achieving them. The service plan includes our financial plan and operating environment, and is updated each February.



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Mandate Letter

2019 – 2022 

Service Plan


Mandate Letter

2018 – 2021 

Service Plan

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Strategic Plan


Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021

RECBC’s Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021 includes our vision and mission, and the key values that guide our work. 




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The Real Estate Council of BC is proud to present its Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021.


“Our mandate is to regulate the real estate industry in the public interest. This plan presents our vision for the future,” said Council Chair Robert Holmes. “I want to thank the many stakeholders and organizational partners who provided input on how to enhance consumer protection. Their participation was of great assistance to us during the process of developing this plan.”


“During our consultations with stakeholders, we were privileged to hear the thoughts and perspectives of many individuals, both industry and non-industry members, on the challenges and opportunities ahead for real estate regulation in BC. Their comments were an integral part of our development of goals and objectives for the next three years.”


The renewed vision and plan support the RECBC’s transition from a self-regulating body, to a Crown agency with Council members appointed by and accountable to the provincial government.


RECBC’s vision for the future is of a province where real estate consumers have confidence in competent and ethical real estate professionals. Our strategic plan will support the realization of this vision, by focusing the RECBC’s resources to achieve its strategic goals and objectives.


Our strategy is based on achieving three interconnected goals:

  • To ensure that consumers and real estate licensees have access to independent, accurate and relevant information
  • To raise awareness of the RECBC as a trusted, consumer-focused regulator
  • To foster a culture of service excellence through employee engagement


RECBC’s strategic plan works in parallel with our commitments to government, which are outlined in our Service Plan and Mandate Letter.


Strategic Plan






Annual Reports


2018 Annual Report

Our annual report provides a full picture of our performance for the year with infographics, charts, financial statements and details of our service improvements and program initiatives.


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Real Estate Council of BC Annual Reports


2016 2015
2014 2013 2012
2011 2010 2009
2008 2007  2006






Executive Compensation Disclosure


RECBC is committed to openness and accountability. As part of our efforts to provide transparent information about our organization to British Columbians, we disclose total compensation for the Executive Officer and next four highest-ranking executive positions. 


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Independent Advisory Group


Report of the Independent Advisory Group

The Independent Advisory Group was initiated by RECBC in February, 2016. Led by the Superintendent of Real Estate, the group brought together experts from across a range of public and private organizations to review the conduct requirements in place for real estate licensees in BC, and to make recommendations to enhance protections for real estate consumers.

Learn more about RECBC’s ongoing work to implement the recommendations of the Independent Advisory Group and enhance protection for real estate consumers in BC.