The Victoria Real Estate Board will be holding a competition law course for its members – “Competition Law and REALTORS®: What You Say and Do Matters” – on Monday March 19th.

About this course:

“Competition Law and REALTORS®: What You Say and Do Matters was designed by ACRE with the assistance of CREA to help Canadian REALTORS® understand and comply with Canadian competition law.  While Canadian competition law applies to all real estate professionals, this course was designed specifically for REALTORS®.  This course provides an overview in plain language of Canadian competition law and practical compliance guidelines to assist REALTORS® in complying with Canadian competition law and a number of illustrative case studies.  This national competition law course is available to members of Canadian real estate boards and associations.”

This course will be instructed by Steve Szentesi.


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