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PODCAST: How to Manage Risk in BC’s Current Housing Market (March 2021)

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On this month’s episode of Open House by BCREA, we highlight best practices and ways for REALTORS® to manage risk in BC’s current housing market. From client conversations, to offer presentations and documentation, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Professional Standards Manager and BCREA instructor Kim Spencer takes you through it all. We also talk

What happens if your client or close contact tests positive for COVID-19?

If being in the midst of a global pandemic wasn’t enough, with BC’s historically busy housing market, REALTORS® are operating under extenuating circumstances and are faced with balancing health and safety with serving their clients best interests. As a result of COVID-19, you have adapted your practices to ensure your clients and the community at

REALTORS® and COVID-19: Three Tips for Working During the Hot Market

In February’s episode of Open House by BCREA, our monthly podcast for REALTORS®, host Tony Joe and his guests – former Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver President and current Vancouver-area Realtor Phil Moore, and lawyer Brian Taylor – explore some of the challenges and opportunities of working in a historically busy market during COVID-19.

PODCAST: Challenges and Opportunities in a Hot Market During COVID-19 (February 2021)

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On this month’s episode of Open House by BCREA, host Tony Joe is joined by Vancouver-area REALTOR® Phil Moore, and lawyer and BCREA Legally Speaking author Brian Taylor to talk about the challenges Realtors are facing in a hot market during COVID-19, and how to turn some of those into opportunities. [div id=”buzzsprout-player-8031027″][/div] [script src=”https://www.buzzsprout.com/831562/8031027-challenges-and-opportunities-in-a-hot-market-during-covid-19.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-8031027&player=small”

Updated Guidance for Real Estate Practice During COVID-19

UPDATE (January 14, 2021): As the spread of COVID-19 continues to be a concern, restrictions from the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) on social gatherings and non-essential travel, and a requirement for masks in public indoor spaces are still in effect until at least February 5, 2021. Updated guidance on safer showings from BCREA, the Real

Three Online Courses to Consider During BCREA’s Holiday Promotion

By Ellen Baragon, Guest Contributor Looking to end the year by brushing up on your skills or getting a head start on 2021 professional development requirements? Register for any of BCREA’s online PDP courses before December 31 and get 20% off the regular price with promo code HOLIDAY20. Six new online courses were introduced this

Apply to Become a BCREA Director for the 2021-22 Term

Applications are now being accepted for individuals interested in becoming a REALTOR® or public director on the BCREA Board of Directors for the 2021-22 term. To request an application package, contact your local real estate board or email [email protected] Deadline to submit your application package is January 15, 2021. “We’re really here to help guide

Webinar Recording: 2021-22 BCREA Directorship Information Session

On November 30, BCREA hosted a virtual information session for individuals interested in learning more about becoming a BCREA REALTOR® or public Director for the 2021-22 term. The session, held via webinar, was hosted by Chair of the Nominating Committee Tanis Read, a featured BCREA Board of Directors Chair Anthony Bastiaanssen, BCREA CEO Darlene Hyde,

Stock Up on Online Courses with a Special Offer This Holiday Season

By Ellen Baragon, Guest Contributor Tired of getting the same old gifts of socks and ties at holiday time? BCREA is currently offering all online professional development courses at 20% off the regular course price, so you can give yourself the gift of knowledge this holiday season. From November 27 to December 31, REALTORS® can

Three Things to Know About the Land Owner Transparency Act and Registry

On November 30, the Land Owner Transparency Act (LOTA) and Land Owner Transparency Registry (LOTR) will come into effect. With them come new reporting requirements, filed by legal professionals, when an application is made to register an interest in land. To help REALTORS® and your clients get ready for LOTA and LOTR, here are three