Real Estate Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporation

Three Tips for Managing REALTOR® Risk from Leslie Howatt of E&O

Leslie Howatt from Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporation talking in front of a microphone during the BCREA podcast recording

Whether it’s home insurance for homeowners, life insurance for families, or business insurance for business owners, insurance is a big part of life. Former international soccer star David Beckham reportedly had his legs insured for 195 million dollars. And it makes sense – if you’ve got something you value, you protect it. But Beckham’s protection

Introducing the New BCREA Podcast: Open House by BCREA

Today, BCREA is proud to launch Open House by BCREA, a monthly podcast where REALTORS® in BC will find the latest real estate news and feature conversations with experts on issues related to real estate practice. To help REALTORS® stay up to date, BCREA publishes regular blog posts and economic forecasts and data and offers

BCREA Appointee to the Real Estate Errors & Omissions Insurance Corporation

The BC Real Estate Association (BCREA) Board of Directors is seeking to appoint a Director to the Board of the Real Estate Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporation (REEOIC). This appointment term would commence February 1, 2020. About the Real Estate Errors & Omissions Insurance Corporation The REEOIC’s purpose, as stated in the Real Estate Services

New Era for Legally Speaking #404

Legally Speaking

After penning his final issue of his illustrious 26-year tenure as author of Legally Speaking last month, Gerry Neely has passed the torch to four renowned BC lawyers, who will share the authorship duties, beginning in March. Please send questions, comments and suggestions for the new authors of Legally Speaking to [email protected] Mike Mangan Mike

Buyer Agency #224

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A., LL.B. The launch of the good ship, SS Agency Disclosure, is underway and there is no turning back. She left port comfortably ahead of any potential government interest in legislating adequate agency disclosure and is now moving on the flood tide of the legal and ethical requirements of CREA and the courts. The