Le Comité de discipline révoque le permis de Denis Paradis
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Booming housing market: Over 14,000 brokers trained by the OACIQ to better protect the public
The learn more about the new mandatory training.
OACIQ-FINTRAC cooperation agreement
Find out more about this new cooperation agreement.
In the wake of the housing market overheating, the OACIQ is stepping up its actions to protect the public!
Three new actions will be taken. Find out more.
Buyers and sellers must fully understand the importance of their rights and the consequences of a hasty purchase
The Chambre des notaires du Québec and the OACIQ are joining their voices to remind buyers of the consequences of waiving rights by hastily signing and accepting an offer to purchase.
Le Comité de discipline suspend provisoirement le permis de Francis Vallée
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The OACIQ reacts to a report on money laundering in real estate transactions
The OACIQ, the authority of real estate brokerage in Quebec, is extremely concerned about the content of the report and reiterates that real estate brokers are required to report any risky transactions in order to protect consumers.
Call for applications
Bill 16: The OACIQ pleased with measures for the protection of the public
The OACIQ warmly welcomes the adoption of Bill 16 by the National Assembly as well as the measures established to oversee co-ownership and building inspection
RDV OACIQ 2019: The quest for balance for the public
A record number of some 780 guests – brokers, agency executive officers, students and industry partners – attended the 2019 edition of the Rendez-vous of the OACIQ, the authority of real estate brokerage in Quebec.
The OACIQ takes action to increase real estate literacy
The OACIQ will hold an event at the National Assembly to discuss with elected officials the need to democratize and popularize real estate transactions with the general public.
The Quebec Court ordered the suspension of Marie-Josée Dumas’ real estate broker licence
The Court of Quebec imposed a six-year suspension period on Marie-Josée Dumas’ licence. The latter was found guilty of having been the instigator or the accomplice of a fraudulent scheme aimed at cheating a financial institution, by stealing the identity of a person and using false documents, in order to make a substantial profit on the sale of her son's house.
The OACIQ Discipline Committee has revoked Sandra Mercier’s licence
The Discipline Committee of the OACIQ has revoked Sandra Mercier's licence following her guilty plea on various counts.
The OACIQ unveils an all-digital guide for homebuyers
To help consumers who enlist the services of a real estate broker gain a better understanding of each step of their transaction through which they will be guided by their broker, the OACIQ today unveils the all-new version of the Buyer’s Guide.
Study of Bill 16: The OACIQ is excited about the government's openness to oversee co-ownership property managers
The OACIQ is following with great interest the work of the Committee on Planning and the Public Domain on Bill 16 for the purpose, among other things, of regulating divided co-ownership.
Ten actions taken by the OACIQ for public trust
The OACIQ publishes Trust in action – Highlights 2018 which presents the various actions taken by the Organization over the past year to fulfill the important mission entrusted to it by the Government of Quebec–to protect consumers.
Homes used to grow cannabis: Permanent stigmas
The OACIQ Discipline Committee suspended the licence of two real estate brokers involved in the sale of a property that may have been used to grow cannabis.
Fraud Prevention Month: Once again the OACIQ undertakes to closely monitor illegal brokerage schemes
In this fraud prevention month, the OACIQ reiterates its commitment to closely monitor real estate fraudulent practices, especially illegal brokerage activities, and invites consumers to take some precautions.
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