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Governance

 

The Real Estate Council of BC is accountable to the Minister of Finance through its appointed Council members. All members of Council are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. The appointment of Council members by government protects real estate consumers and safeguards the public interest, ensuring that the Council benefits from a diversity of perspectives on regulatory and governance best practices, along with industry expertise.

The Council members oversee policy implementation and direction and, in cooperation with senior management, set strategic direction. The Council monitors RECBC’s organizational performance. The Council delegates responsibility for the day-to-day leadership and management of RECBC to the Executive Officer. 

The Council is committed to fair, effective and transparent regulation. 

Learn more about our governance framework and decision-making processes, and our leadership:

 


 

Organizational Goals

 

The Council has four key areas of focus, and organizational goals within each focus area.

 

Stakeholder Communications

Be accessible to real estate consumers, the industry and government in providing protection to the public in real estate services.

Council Structure and Governance

Enhance consumer confidence and ensure industry integrity by effective and relevant representation on Council and its committees.

Make informed decisions at Council level.

Industry Education and Regulation

Raise the level of relevant competency within the industry.

Ensure compliance with the Real Estate Services Act.

Internal Operations

Be cost-effective and efficient in internal operations.

Deliver responsive services to consumers and licensees.