For Professionals

RECA is the authority behind the real estate, mortgage brokerage, and real estate appraisal professions. RECA helps industry members ensure they’re competent, ethical, professional, and valuable to consumers. It does this through education and licensing, information and practice tip resources, as well as ongoing compliance initiatives.

Information Services

RECA’s information officers are available to answer industry member questions about rules, advertising, the residential measurement standard, consumer relationships, and so much more. Industry professionals can contact information services through info@reca.ca.

Licensing Services

New and existing industry professionals can contact licensing services to help them with the myRECA online licensing system, their application, their supporting documents, their renewal, and anything else related to their licence. Contact licensing at licensing@reca.ca.

Brokers are also encouraged to contact the broker licensing administrator to help them with brokerage licensing issues, corporate structure changes, or ownership changes. Brokers can contact brokerage licensing at brokerinfo@reca.ca.

Learner Support Services

RECA’s learner support services team is available to learners enrolled in RECA Education courses, including pre-licensing and re-licensing courses. Learner support services can help learners with with technical difficulties, general content questions, arranging exams, and requesting extensions. Contact Leaner Support Services at education@reca.ca.

Professional Resources

RECA has extensive resources available on its website for industry professionals. Those resources include sample forms; written guides for advertising, the Residential Measurement Standard, transaction brokerage, designated agency, and complaints and investigations; checklists for property inspections, rural property inspections, residential measurement standard, and so much more.

RECA Industry Resources

Practice Advice

RECA’s Real Estate and Mortgage Broker Practice Advisors provide brokers with guidance and advice on a number of practice issues. The advisors are able to provide the advice on a without prejudice basis; your conversations with them are confidential and cannot be used against you.

RECA’s practice advisors have decades of experience as practising members of the industry, and as industry regulators.

Doug Dixon – Real Estate Practice Advisor – ddixon@reca.ca

Gary Siegle – Mortgage Broker Practice Advisor – gsiegle@reca.ca



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