For the RECOrd Newsletter

For the RECOrd newsletter provides timely and relevant information for real estate professionals.

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Spring 2012

Articles Include
    • RECO saves senior from mortgage fraud
    • 2012 Election of Directors
    • New advertising Campaign
    • Planning a renovation?
    • 2011 Registrant satisfaction survey results

Winter 2012

Articles Include
    • An inside look at RECO investigations
    • Hijacked Listing come at a high price for registrants
    • obligations still required with "mere posting

Fall 2011

Articles Include
    • Wind farms: the impact on Ontario's real estate industry
    • Material Facts: disclose!
    • Listing a property: know your facts
    • New advertising guidlines

Summer 2011

Articles Include
    • Are your lock boxes secure?
    • SPIS: your obligations
    • Growing popularity of group coupons leads to questions of compensation
    • The use of electronic signature

Spring 2011

Articles Include
    • Know your social network boundaries
    • RECO launching new look for public website
    • Making your brokerage accessible
    • RECO AGM to be held June 16, 2011

Winter 2011

Articles Include
    • Questions & Answers related to REBBA 2002 and the Consent Agreement
    • Fraud scheme leads to revocation of registration
    • Easy access to RECO's discipline & appeals decision

Fall 2010

Articles Include
    • Registrants must safeguard confidential information
    • Inheriting contracts or leases
    • Advertising sold properties
    • Fraudulent behavior led to refusal of registration

Summer 2010

Articles Include
    • Regulators and industry tackle the social media explosion
    • Podcast shows benefits of Myweb
    • Renew your registration from across the globe
    • Witnessing a signature

Spring 2010

Articles Include
    • Myweb provides easy access to relevant information
    • Online renewal now available
    • Registrants targeted by brandjackers
    • New process for criminal record checks


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