The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) sets the education standards for real estate salespeople and brokers in Ontario – both registration education (for those looking to become a salesperson to trade) and continuing education (for those already registered as a salesperson or broker).
Real estate is a regulated profession in Ontario, and one must be registered with RECO to do so. To be eligible to apply for registration, individuals must meet specific requirements, including the successful completion of an approved salesperson program. Salespersons interested in becoming a broker or record must complete an approved broker program.
Salespersons and brokers maintain and expand their knowledge by regularly completing continuing education courses through RECO’s mandatory continuing education program and voluntarily completing courses offered by other providers.
RECO’s education programs provide Ontario’s real estate professionals the required knowledge and skills to support buyers and sellers through the buying and selling process from start to finish.
To learn more about how to become a real estate salesperson, click here.
To learn more about how to become a real estate broker, click here.
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RECO’s Real Estate Salesperson Program, offered through Humber College, provides future real estate professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to be more practice-ready on day one of their registration.