Brokers who are also lawyers or notaries can have this training recognized by their professional orders
We are pleased to inform you that holders of a real estate broker’s licence who are also members of the Barreau du Québec or the Chambre des notaires du Québec will be able to have the mandatory continuing education activity on the new Real Estate Brokerage Act recognized as part of these organizations’ training hour requirements.
With the coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act on May 1, 2010, the ACAIQ changed its name to OACIQ, i.e. Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec. But what exactly is the OACIQ?
The OACIQ’s new advertising campaign has been airing on our television screens and on the web for over a week now. Many of you have been quick to express your enthusiasm after seeing these ads, and we thank you for your feedback.
Following the deposit of the new three-year assessment roll by Ville de Montréal, several brokers have called us to point out that the amount of taxes appearing on some detailed description sheets refers to the year 2010, whereas the municipal assessment is the one for 2011, without this being specified.