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Join us at the BREB Holiday Open House: Dec. 16, 2014
BREB
On Dec. 16, 2014, stop by the BREB Office 401-60 Gillingham Drive, Brampton, ON, between 12:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. following the BREB Election Meeting for some festive food & holiday cheer courtesy of TK's Catering. Tickets are complimentary, however we ask that you please bring a donation of a non perishable food item or a new unwrapped toy in support of Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel. Kindly RSVP by Dec. 9, 2014 so we may plan accordingly to 905-791-9913 or support@breb.org We hope to see you there!!!
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Have you registered for the BREB General Election Meeting?
BREB
A General Election Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday Dec. 16, 2014 for the purpose of the following:

• Proposed By-Law Revisions
• Member vote for the 2015/2016 Board of Directors

The meeting will be held at the Brampton Real Estate Board located at 60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 401 Brampton, ON. A full hot breakfast will be available from 8:45 a.m.; the meeting will commence at 10:00 a.m. sharp. Your cooperation in confirming your attendance as soon as possible to the Board office at (905) 791-9913 or support@breb.org would be most appreciated.

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Volunteers are the heart of any not-for-profit organization
BREB
BREB continues to promote the importance of leadership and volunteer awareness. BREB has several Committees, Councils and Task Forces looking for motivated Members with new ideas and a commitment to ensure the strength and positive direction within the Board. As a BREB Volunteer, you will be required to attend meetings as scheduled. In accordance with BREB's Policy & Procedure Manual, all Board Volunteers are required to complete the OREA Leadership 100 online course (free), within thirty (30) days of their first Committee Meeting. Don't miss the opportunity to get involved and make a difference by serving on one of the many BREB Committees, Councils and Task Forces.
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BREB is pleased to introduce our new $$$ BREB MEMBER REFERRAL PROGRAM $$$
BREB
Do you know someone who is thinking of getting into the Real Estate Industry? Do you know someone who has often though of transferring to BREB from another Board?
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BREB University presents...
BREB
ABR® — Accredited Buyer Representative Course — Dec. 8 - 9, 2014 — 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Real estate is a business built on customer service. The ABR course is a robust two-day course that equips new and experienced real estate practitioners with tools and strategies to win the buyer as a client, put buyer representation into action, bring transactions to a successful close, and win repeat business and referrals.
Location: BREB 60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 401 Brampton, ON Tuition: $325 + tax BREB Members (Take advantage & use one of your 4 complimentary Professional Development course and pay only $275 +HST) Register Now! education@breb.org

'2015 FORMS & Clauses'/'2015 Commercial FORMS' — Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014 — 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (3 CE Credits)
MANDATORY new requirements within REBBA 2002 Regulations and Code of Ethics make it even more important that registrants understand the most recent available forms and clauses.
Location: BREB 60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 401 Brampton, ON DISCOUNTED RATES: BREB Members: $45.00 + HST NON-BREB Members: $55.00 + HST Registrants: $65.00 + HST

'Writing CLAUSES to Show Your Representation' — Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014 — 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (3 CE Credits)
As a buyer's agent, preparing for acceptance and winning; As a seller's agent, reviewing presented offers and making seller representation changes; Term or Condition, Warranty or Representation, differences OR which is better?
Location: BREB 60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 401 Brampton, ON DISCOUNTED RATES: BREB Members: $45.00 + HST NON-BREB Members: $55.00 + HST Registrants: $65.00 + HST

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The only thing hotter than Canadian real estate? Conferences about Canadian real estate
The Globe and Mail
At first glance George Przybylowski looks like almost any property developer as he rattles off statistics about office vacancy rates and offers the full history of the bloodbath that landlords faced in the 1990s. But he doesn't work in real estate. Instead, he organizes real estate conferences.
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TREB: Technology key to new homebuyers
Toronto Sun
Today's homebuyers' must-haves extend well beyond shiny fixtures and faucets. Recognizing that many young homebuyers have never known a world without technology — personal computers and the Internet have been mainstays since they were children — they expect that technology should be fully integrated not only into the home buying process but also into their homes.
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Uninsured mortgages raise IMF eyebrows
Mortgage Broker News
A phenomenon that brokers have already started to question is raising eyebrows at the IMF, now suggesting that the growing use of uninsured mortgages could pose a problem. The report says: "Across market segments, single-family homes are a major source of price increases, and there are signs of overvaluation, especially associated with high-end buyers (reflected by uninsured mortgage credit growth)."
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Surprise! Canada's largest industry is real estate
The Huffington Post
I was looking at this StatsCan data on GDP by industry and decided to make some graphs to show how the breakdown of GDP has changed in this country. The first graph shows that the real estate industry most contributed to economic growth in Canada since 2000.
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New tax scrutiny for will-bestowed real estate
Toronto Star
The Ontario government is cracking down on estate trustees who do not accurately declare the full value of a deceased person's assets, including real estate.

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Do open houses still work?
The Chronicle Herald
Today many new real estate agents question whether hosting open houses is an effective sales strategy. A recent industry analysis suggested open houses only account for five per cent of sales.

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Real estate agent loses $120,000 commission for not sending simple email or letter
Slaw
The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a trial decision costing a commercial real estate agent over $100,000 all because the agent failed to send a simple email or letter. The facts of the case are relatively straight forward.

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How the ravenous appetite for homes in Toronto is making life hard for renovator, developers
The Globe and Mail
As Toronto's real estate market continues its wild run, it's not just potential homeowners who are having trouble finding affordable properties. For infill developers and resellers — otherwise known as flippers — bidding wars and wild-eyed buyers are making it hard to turn a profit rehabilitating broken homes.
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