Making Mandatory Consumer Disclosures

In BC, licensed real estate professionals must make disclosures to consumers, including disclosures about the services to expect from real estate professionals, the risks of being unrepresented in a real estate transaction, and commissions.

The guides on this page are intended to help you, as a real estate professional, to use the various disclosure forms with consumers. 

Guide to Disclosure of Representation in Trading Services Form

In BC, licensed real estate professionals must make disclosures to consumers, including disclosures about the services to expect from real estate professionals, the risks of being unrepresented in a real estate transaction, and commissions.

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Guide to Disclosure of Risks to Unrepresented Parties

In BC, licensed real estate professionals must make disclosures to consumers, including disclosures about the services to expect from real estate professionals, the risks of being unrepresented in a real estate transaction, and commissions.

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Guide to Disclosure to Sellers of Expected Remuneration Form

In BC, licensed real estate professionals must make disclosures to consumers, including disclosures about the services to expect from real estate professionals, the risks of being unrepresented in a real estate transaction, and commissions.

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Guide to Disclosure for Residential Tenancies Form

In BC, licensed real estate professionals must make disclosures to consumers, including disclosures about the services to expect from real estate professionals, the risks of being unrepresented in a real estate transaction, and commissions.

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Guide to Agreement Regarding Conflict of Interest Between Clients Form
 

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Guide to Disclosure of Risks Associated with Dual Agency Form

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Disclosure of Representation in Trading Services

Explains the different relationships consumers can have with a real estate professional to buy, sell or lease property.

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Disclosure of Risks to Unrepresented Parties

Explains the risks of working with a real estate professional who is already representing a client in the same transaction.

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Agreement Regarding Conflict of Interest Between Clients

This form describes your options, and provides an agreement that you can choose to sign that will allow the real estate professional to continue representing one client in relation to a particular property or transaction.

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Disclosure of Risks Associated with Dual Agency

When a licensed real estate professional represents two parties with competing interests in a real estate transaction, it is known as “dual agency.”

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Disclosure to Sellers of Expected Remuneration

A real estate professional is required to give consumers this form when presenting an offer to purchase.

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Disclosure for Residential Tenancies

Explains the role of a real estate professional when you are considering renting a property

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Consumer Disclosure Video

Watch this video of RECBC CEO explaining the importance of consumer disclosures.