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Stakeholder Engagement

 

The Real Estate Council of BC is committed to fair, effective and transparent regulation.  Engaging in open dialogue with our stakeholders is critical to achieving our goals.

We use a variety of methods to gather feedback and listen to the views of our stakeholders about proposed changes that may affect them. For more information about our stakeholder engagement activities and to learn about how you can share your perceptions and views with the Real Estate Council of BC, refer to the list below. 

Questions about our stakeholder engagement opportunities?  Email info@recbc.ca.

 


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Active Engagement Opportunities

Show/Hide AnswerReview of Licensing Education

The Council has initiated a third-party review of its licensing education, to identify areas that can be strengthened and potential changes that will increase the effectiveness of licensing courses.

The review, which is scheduled to be completed in March 2018,  includes opportunities for feedback and engagement by licensees and interested members of the public. If you would like to be involved in consultations as part of the educational review, either through surveys, interviews, or focus groups, please contact education@recbc.ca for more information.

 

Show/Hide AnswerAnonymous Tipline 

Speaking out about misconduct can be difficult. The Council encourages members of the public and licensees bring suspicious activity to the Council’s attention, and to make it easier to do that, we’re implementing an anonymous tipline.

As part of the initiative, we’re surveying licensees to uncover potential barriers or challenges to reporting misconduct. We will report on results of the survey in an upcoming issue of the Report from Council newsletter, and on this website. 

We want to hear from you: have you considered making a complaint to the Council in the past? Would you report misconduct using an anonymous tipline?

Your feedback can help to shape this important consumer protection resource. 

Take our Reporting Misconduct Survey 

 

Show/Hide AnswerStrategic Planning Consultation 

This fall, the Council began the development of a strategic plan to guide the organization over the coming three years.

Some of the issues we will focus on include:

  • enhancing education,
  • reaching out to consumers with information to help them make informed decisions, and
  • increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of our investigative and disciplinary processes.

Representatives from key stakeholder organizations will be contributing their thoughts on the critical issues facing the Council at an upcoming consultation. We’ll share the results of that day of engagement on our website and in the next issue of our newsletter.

If you’d like to be involved, use the link to this survey to tell us about what you think the Council’s priorities should be in the years ahead.

 

Take the Strategic Planning Survey.