Ontario realtors lobby for revised ‘double-ending’ Prohibit

The institution representing the property representatives of Ontario is currently calling to change its plans to prohibit agents from representing both sellers and buyers in property transactions, instead advocating a version that would allow realtors to work for either side in a role that is neutral.

The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA), which represents roughly 70,000 realtors in the state, said an Ontario government proposal to prohibit agents from acting for both sides in a bargain is too severe and would be unfair to customers that need to have the ability to choose whom to employ as a realtor.

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