Becoming a Registered Salesperson, Broker or Brokerage
|SUBMITTING FORMS TO RECO
In order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, RECO has implemented measures to accept documents electronically for registration, reinstatement and renewal. RECO previously required that new and reinstating registrants provide their original Canadian Criminal Record & Judicial Matters Check by letter mail. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, RECO is currently accepting electronic original Criminal Record & Judicial Matters Check documents. Electronic original Criminal Record & Judicial Matters Check can be obtained through the following websites:
In order to prevent delays in processing, and ensure the safety of RECO staff, please send applications and documentation via email or fax:
With staff working from home, RECO has a limited capacity to accept documentation by mail or courier. Sending paper documents may result in processing delays.
Do you want to become a real estate salesperson or broker?
There are three steps you must follow:
Complete the application for new salesperson or broker registration in MyWeb.
All of these steps can be completed in MyWeb, RECO’s exclusive online portal that is available to all applicants. It’s free to sign up and it’s easy to use. On MyWeb you can renew, or reinstate your registration, access the continuing education program, pay your insurance fees, update your address and contact information and view important industry information.
Purchase insurance coverage
NOTE: If you want to become a registered salesperson or broker, you must be 18 years of age, be a resident of Canada and must meet all of the requirements for registration under the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 (REBBA 2002).
Interested in starting a Corporate Brokerage, Partnership, or a Branch office? Read more information before completing your application and submitting it to RECO. Those interested in a Sole Proprietorship can apply in MyWeb.
Information on how to obtain a Canadian Criminal Record Check.