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We represent all buyers and sellers fairly.

Ethics plays a huge part in every decision we make, whether it is personal or professional. Like any occupation, real estate professionals also have to abide to specific policies, and laws of ethics in order to provide maximum quality services to their clients. Without these policies, real estate agents would find it extremely difficult to build lasting and trusting relationships with their clients.

Choosing the right real estate professional, especially one who lives and breathes the laws of ethics and strives in providing fair and valuable services will decrease the downs in any real estate transaction.

Here’s an example of a transaction that went wrong and why proper conduct is crucial in representing buyers and sellers fairly:

Brampton real estate agent claims that he did not know that he owed “professional obligations” to one seller party because he was working for the other. RECO disagreed with his argument and issued a fine of $8,000… To read more, click here.

The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to overseeing the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 (REBBA 2002) and other related regulations on behalf of the provincial government and the public interest through fair, safe and informed marketplace. Learn more about RECO here,

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