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:
Register with RECO
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, Sole Proprietor or a Branch office? Read more information before completing your application and submitting it to RECO.
Information on how to obtain a Canadian Criminal Record Check.