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Know Your Options First


In British Columbia, the Real Estate Council requires that Realtors provide written disclosure explaining the various ways consumers can work with an agent.

Disclosure of Representation

Know your options when working with a Realtor

Before you disclose confidential information to a real estate professional regarding a real estate transaction, you should understand what type of business relation you and the Realtor will be in.

When considering a real estate transaction, consumers must decide if they wish to be a Client of a licensed real estate professional or act independently as an Unrepresented Party. This video explains what you can or cannot expect of the Realtor involved whether you're buying or selling.

Privacy And Consent For Real Estate In BC

During the course of a real estate transaction, realtors are required to gather personal information such as photo ID, power of attorney and certificates of incorporation. This information may be provided to different professionals or government agencies if requested.

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