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BCREA Connections
July 2016
 

Enhanced Consumer Protection on the Way
Recent announcements signal changes for the regulatory regime of real estate licensees in BC, which should enhance consumer protection. Read more…

Real Estate Organizations in BC
At a high-level, learn the differences between the various provincial real estate organizations. Read more…

Province Invests in Flood Mitigation
Read about recent government actions to help communities and British Columbians prepare for and minimize the impacts of floods. Read more…

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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