BCREA Connections (October 2017) mobile

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  October 2017




Focusing on Housing Affordability
BCREA focused on housing affordability in our submission for the 2018 provincial budget. Read more…
Consumer Rights and Real Estate Practice
Draft changes to real estate practice may limit a consumer's right to choose their REALTOR®, but the changes are not yet finalized. Read more…
Cannabis Legalization: Have Your Say
Until November 1, the provincial government is accepting feedback about regulating cannabis in BC. Read more…
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To demonstrate the profession's commitment to improving Quality of Life in BC communities, BCREA supports policies that encourage economic vitality, provide housing opportunities, respect the environment and build communities with good schools and safe neighbourhoods.

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