PODCAST: Episode 10 - Fall 2020 Standard Forms Release Preview
TAGS: Standard Forms
On Episode 10 of Open House by BCREA, we preview the Fall 2020 Standard Forms Release with BCREA Professional Services Manager Jennifer Lynch.
In our conversation, we outline what new and revised forms and clauses are coming, and how you can begin to familiarize yourself with the forms now.
This episode was recorded on August 25, 2020.
Show Notes and Links
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What’s New – 1:27
- BCREA 2020 Third Quarter Housing Forecast Update: Surprisingly Strong Recovery to Propel Housing Market in 2021
- Register Now for Mastering Compliance: Anti-Money Laundering Training for Brokers
- Province Revises Strata Property Act in Response to Insurance Crisis
Feature Conversation – 3:18
On September 16, BCREA will be releasing seven new standard forms, three new clauses, and a significant number of revisions to current forms, including updated signature blocks on more than twenty forms.
- BCREA Fall 2020 Standard Forms Release: Landing Page
- BCREA Fall 2020 Standard Forms Release: Pre-Launch Package (BCREA Access log-in required)
- BCREA Standard Forms Resource Centre
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