Celebrating 100 years of REALTORS® building stronger communities

Ontario Association of Real Estate Boards (OAREB) is founded with a vision to organize real estate activities province-wide and to bring higher standards to the profession.

The new Real Estate and Business Brokers Act (REBBA) requires salespeople and brokers to obtain a license simply by registering their name.

The Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards is established. The issue of rent control, seen as curtailing housing for those engaged in wartime efforts, is on OAREB’s agenda.

OAREB makes education courses available and basic examinations for registration become law.

To become a Member of any of Ontario’s (at the time) 42 real estate boards, prospective salespeople must attend 16 lectures and pass a 2½ hour examination. Mandatory education is established. The REALTORS Care® Foundation was established as “The Canadian Real Estate Board Foundation – Ontario Fund.”

OAREB’s mandatory registration education program is extended to include 150 hours of course study. OAREB becomes the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). “The Canadian Real Estate Board Foundation – Ontario Fund” returned to OREA, now named the “Ontario REALTORS Care® Foundation.”

Mandatory articling is introduced, and Members are required to complete continuing education within the first two years after registration. OREA begins lobbying for self-regulation.

OREA publishes a universal Agreement of Purchase and Sale form, containing written agency disclosure that specifies the person(s) for whom the brokerage/salesperson or broker is working, as required in the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.

Mandatory continuing education for salespeople and brokers becomes law. Landmark changes are made to REBBA for the first time in 50 years. Revisions include tougher consumer protection regulations that promise to increase professionalism for the real estate profession.

OREA pushes for amendments to legislation that would require home sellers to provide buyers with home energy audits (HER&D), secures an exemption for real estate brokers from having to take mortgage brokerage educations courses, and successfully lobbies for better protection of property owners from mining claims.

Building on the foundation of the last 100 years, OREA puts a big focus on enhancing world class Member programs and services. OREA will continue to look ahead to the future and enhance our value to Members.

Ontario Association of Real Estate Boards (OAREB) is founded with a vision to organize real estate activities province-wide and to bring higher standards to the profession.

The new Real Estate and Business Brokers Act (REBBA) requires salespeople and brokers to obtain a license simply by registering their name.

The Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards is established. The issue of rent control, seen as curtailing housing for those engaged in wartime efforts, was on OAREB’s agenda.

OAREB makes education courses available and basic examinations for registration become law.

To become a member of any of Ontario’s (at the time) 42 real estate boards, prospective salespeople must attend 16 lectures and pass a 2½ hour examination. Mandatory education is established. Realtors Care® Foundation was established as “The Canadian Real Estate Board Foundation – Ontario Fund.”

OAREB’s mandatory registration education program is extended to include 150 hours of course study. OAREB becomes the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). “The Canadian Real Estate Board Foundation – Ontario Fund” returned to OREA, now named the “Ontario REALTORS Care® Foundation.”

Mandatory articling is introduced, and Members are required to complete continuing education within the first two years after registration. OREA begins lobbying for self-regulation.

OREA published a universal Agreement of Purchase and Sale form, containing written agency disclosure that specifies the person(s) for whom the Brokerage/salesperson or broker is working, as required in the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.

Mandatory continuing education for salespeople and brokers becomes law. Landmark changes are made to REBBA for the first time in 50 years. Revisions include tougher consumer protection regulations that promise to increase professionalism for the real estate profession.

OREA pushes for amendments to legislation that would require home sellers to provide buyers with home energy audits (HER&D), secures an exemption for real estate brokers from having to take mortgage brokerage educations courses, and successfully lobbies for better protection of property owners from mining claims.

Building on the foundation of the last 100 years, OREA puts a big focus on enhancing world class Member program and services. OREA will continue to look ahead and enhance our value to Members.

Homecoming: OREA’s 100th Birthday Bash

 

OREA is turning the big 100 and we’re inviting YOU to come celebrate our birthday with us!

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