Training and career in real estate
To access the real estate or mortgage broker’s exciting career, what training should be taken? Discover the requirements to practice real estate and mortgage brokerage and learn more about recognized mandatory basic training programs. By checking this section, you will also know what tools are available to you to practice the profession according to generally accepted practices.
In an effort to enhance brokers’ skills and address the concerns of real estate professionals, any candidate wishing to take the OACIQ certification exam as of September 1, 2013 must have previously taken and passed a basic training program recognized by the OACIQ.
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.
The OACIQ provides the public and licence holders with the name of various educational institutions offering training programs in real estate brokerage.
When a chartered real estate broker is going to be absent for vacation or for any other reason, he is looking to entrust his operation to a member on whom he can rely. He also wants to do in a way that will be legal and secure for all parties involved.
Can a real estate agent who is also a notary draw up the official paperwork for his own transactions? Can a real estate agent who is also a lawyer give legal advice to a client or be mandated to initiate proceedings by one of the parties to a transaction? Can a real estate agent who is also a building inspector draft the inspection report pertaining to his own promises to purchase?