New Resources in Your Managing Broker Toolkit
Managing brokers looking for professional and regulatory information to share with licensees at their brokerages have new resources available to them: packaged presentations from RECBC’s Professional Matters webinar series.
The Professional Matters webinar series is designed to support managing brokers by addressing regulatory changes and practice issues in today’s real estate industry. Each webinar features an informative presentation followed by a question and answer period giving participants an opportunity to hear from RECBC’s Professional Standards Advisors, other staff members, or invited guests.
You can find recorded versions of all the Professional Matters webinars on our website, along with supplementary resources, including FAQs with additional information, handouts and slide presentations that you can deliver to licensees at your brokerage.
Webinar topics have included an overview of the impacts on real estate services of the legalization of cannabis, an in-depth examination of RECBC’s advertising requirements, agency and advertising requirements as they apply to teams, and a review of the services that can be provided with a rental property licence and those that can be provided with a trading services licence.
Check out these new resources added to your Managing Broker Toolkit:
- Teams: Agency and Advertising presentation
- Impacts of Cannabis Legalization: FAQ
- Rental and Trading Services: What You Can and Cannot Do presentation
- Rental and Trading Services Checklist
Upcoming Professional Matters webinars will focus on:
- Mandatory Disclosures
- RECBC Investigations
Register online and tune in to an upcoming webinar to learn more about regulatory requirements and best practices. It is a great way to ensure you maintain the expertise and awareness that real estate licensees at your brokerage rely upon.
Providing these resources is part of RECBC’s commitment to support managing brokers in fulfilling their important role in training and supervising their licensees, providing competent services to consumers, and upholding standards of ethical behaviour.