At the beginning of January, the Canadian Real Estate Association voted in favor of adding a policy of a “Duty of Cooperation.” This policy requires realtors to put residential listings on its Multiple Listing Service (MLS) within three days of publicly marketing a property.

James and Denny dissect the policy, offering insights into its potential impact on the Vancouver real estate market.

This episode will cover the new duty of cooperation policy, why the CREA introduced it, what does “public marketing” mean, how this will affect certain selling strategies, and changes to the MLS.

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