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Calgary, Alberta—January 23, 2024, the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) is warning condominium corporations about the unlicensed activity of Travis Peter John More and his company, More Property Management.
In October and November of 2023, RECA was made aware that More was advertising and offering condominium management services without a licence. More advertised condominium management services on his website and provided services such as collecting and holding funds and arranging and supervising repairs and maintenance on behalf of a condominium corporation. At this time, More acknowledged to RECA that he was not licensed as a condominium manager and did not plan to cease providing services that require a licence.
On November 23, 2023, RECA issued a $10,000 Administrative Penalty to More notifying him to cease providing any condominium management services that require a licence.
RECA believes More may still be providing condominium management services while not licensed.
Using licensed brokerages and individual licensees protects condominium corporations. Licensing ensures brokerages and individuals have the necessary education and experience to competently provide condominium management services and are accountable to high standards of practice.
RECA urges any condominium corporations who use a condominium management company to verify the licence status of the condominium management brokerage and any individual condominium managers on RECA’s website by following these steps:
More operates a condominium management company called More Property Management, which is also unlicensed.
Read the full details of the Administrative Penalty issued to More.
If you have concerns regarding Travis More or anyone offering condominium management, property management, real estate or mortgage services please contact email@example.com.
Calgary, Alberta — on November 20, 2023, the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) cancelled the licence of Casurt Roy Morgan. Morgan cannot reapply for a licence for three years, until November 20, 2026
Under s.43(1)(a) of the Real Estate Act, if a Hearing Panel finds the conduct of a licensee is deserving of sanction, they may make an order cancelling any licence. Should Morgan choose to become licensed after the three years have passed, Morgan will be required to successfully complete all education requirements as if they had never been licensed. Morgan was also ordered to pay total fines of $30,000 and total costs of $15,620.
Morgan cannot deal in mortgages in Alberta at this time. If any consumer has transactions in progress or existing client relationships with Morgan, please contact Morgan’s mortgage brokerage Axiom Mortgage Solutions Inc. o/a Axiom Mortgage Solutions. RECA publishes these decisions to protect consumers, ensure transparency, and educate existing RECA licensees on the standards of practice.
Over the course of two transactions, Morgan was found by the Hearing Panel to have breached six counts of the following:
Real Estate Act Rules s.42
Licensee must not:
(b) participate in fraudulent or unlawful activities in connection with the provision of services or in any dealing
Morgan was last registered as a mortgage associate with Axiom Mortgage Solutions Inc. o/a Axiom Mortgage Solutions.
Please note a Notice of Intent to Appeal this Hearing Panel Decision has been filed. See the full details of the Hearing Panel Decision here.
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