Radon

Why It’s Time to Start Thinking About a Radon Gas Test

By Ellen Baragon, Guest Contributor September 23 is the last opportunity for REALTORS® to attend the BCREA webinar, Radon and Real Estate: Understanding New Developments for Practice in BC. Delivered by the BC Lung Foundation in collaboration with BCREA, the first three instances of this webinar – which earns Realtors two accredited PDP hours upon

PODCAST: Episode 8 – A REALTOR®’s Guide to Radon Gas

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Episode 8 of Open House by BCREA, A REALTOR®’s Guide to Radon Gas, features a conversation about radon gas and real estate with Dr. Noah Quastel, Director of Law and Policy for Healthy Indoor Environments at the BC Lung Foundation. Radon gas isn’t new, but it’s certainly something that Realtors continue to learn about. BCREA

Live Online Course and FAQ Created for REALTOR® Education About Radon Gas

Radon gas is an odourless and colourless radioactive gas that occurs naturally throughout BC

With questions about radon gas recently added to the Property Disclosure Statement in April 2020, REALTORS® may be looking to brush up on their knowledge about the odourless and colourless radioactive gas that occurs naturally throughout BC and which, if accumulated in homes and other buildings, can become a health risk. As a result, BCREA,

Property Disclosure Statement Revised and Released Alongside New Online Course

The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA), in collaboration with the provincial Standard Forms Committee, BC’s 11 real estate boards and other stakeholders, has updated the Property Disclosure Statement (PDS). The updated PDS is now available on WEBForms®. What are the changes to the form? As a response to several issues impacting the BC real

REALTORS® and Radon: Protecting Buyers and Sellers

Radon, a naturally occurring odourless and colourless radioactive gas, may be out of sight but it certainly shouldn’t be out of mind when it comes to real estate transactions. In fact, radon is present at different concentrations (depending on the makeup of bedrock or sediment) throughout Canada. If radon levels are too high in a