Forms and contracts
Before you buy or sell a property, why not take a little time to review the OACIQ’s mandatory and recommended forms used by your broker? They will give you a good idea of the main steps involved in a real estate transaction.
Please note that these forms are provided for illustration purposes only and cannot be used for an actual transaction.
The competency frameworks are guides to help future brokers understand what competencies must be developed and mastered in order to act ethically and responsibly in their brokerage practice.
DO YOUR CANDIDATES HAVE ANYTHING TO DECLARE REGARDING THEIR CRIMINAL, PENAL, DISCIPLINARY OR BANKRUPTCY RECORD?
If so, there may be consequences, including refusal to issue a broker’s licence. Better make your candidates aware of this in advance!
The OACIQ would like to inform candidates interested in taking one of the new examinations of the procedure to follow to do so.
Please note that the following new OACIQ examinations will be available as of October 18, 2010.
In the special InfoLetter issued April 14 announcing the coming into force of the new Real Estate Brokerage Act on May 1, 2010, we mentioned the possibility of the OACIQ making the continuing education activity on the new Act mandatory for all brokers.