Latest Tutorial Videos for REALTORS® Explore Five Standard Forms

Jan 13, 2022

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Harveen Dhaliwal
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In BCREA's latest release of tutorial videos for BC REALTORS®, we explore five key standard forms:

These tutorial videos are intended to help Realtors better understand and use these common forms and feel confident in explaining these forms to their clients.

Co-Listing – Joint Representation

This video tutorial explores the Co-Listing – Joint Representation form, which allows cooperating sellers to engage two brokerages and their designated agents to represent the sellers jointly under a listing agreement. 

To learn more about this form, click here to access the form toolkit on the Standard Forms Resource Centre.

Contract of Purchase and Sale Addendum / Amendment

This video tutorial explores the Contract of Purchase and Sale Addendum / Amendment form, which can be used as either an addendum or as an amendment form for the Contract of Purchase and Sale. As an addendum it can be used to add additional terms or conditions to a contract at the time the contract is executed by parties, being attached to, and forming the Contract of Purchase and Sale. As an amendment it can be used to makes changes to the terms of the contract after it has already been executed.

To learn more about this form, click here to access the form toolkit on the Standard Forms Resource Centre.

Disclosure of Referral Payment

This video tutorial explores the Disclosure of Referral Payment form, which should be used by Realtors to document disclosure to their client when there is an intent to pay a referral payment.

To learn more about this form, click here to access the form toolkit on the Standard Forms Resource Centre.

Fee for Service Retainer Agreement

This video tutorial explores the Fee for Service Retainer Agreement form, which can be used by a brokerage to document the specific services it agrees to provide to the consumer and the remuneration the consumer agrees to pay for them. The form also documents the consumer’s agreement with the brokerage with respect to other particulars of the arrangement, including the term, the nature of representation, and the consent for the collection, use and disclosure of their personal information.

To learn more about this form, click here to access the form toolkit on the Standard Forms Resource Centre.

Tenant Occupied Property – Buyers Notice to Seller for Vacant Possession

This video tutorial explores the Tenant Occupied Property – Buyers Notice to Seller for Vacant Possession form, which is used when a buyer is purchasing a property that is occupied by a tenant, and the buyer or the buyer’s close family member intends to occupy the property and the contract provides for vacant possession.

To learn more about this form, click here to access the form toolkit on the Standard Forms Resource Centre.

To access other videos created for Realtors and consumers, as well as form guides, revision guides, form toolkits and more, please consult the Standard Forms Resources Index or visit the Standard Forms Resource Centre.

If you have questions on Standard Forms, please email [email protected].

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