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Advertising Sold Prices Reminder & Additional Licensing Exams - Friday

Advertising Sold Prices Reminder

Advertising as “sold” by buyer's brokerage:

If the transaction hasn’t closed, and the buyer's brokerage wants to advertise a property as “sold” (all conditions met unrelated to title), the buyer brokerage's must obtain written permission from both the buyer and seller/seller’s brokerage in order to advertise. After the transaction has closed, the buyer's broker only needs the buyer's written permission to advertise the sale.  The advertisement must clearly state the brokerage represented the buyer only in the transaction. This written permission must advise what they are advertising and an expiry date. 

COVID-19 Health Directives

COVID-19 Health Directives

Due to the recent increase in case numbers, the Commission would like to remind the industry that the COVID-19 orders, directives, and guidelines we all have to follow are being continuously updated by the provincial and federal governments.

The Nova Scotia Real Estate
is the regulator of the
Nova Scotia real estate industry.

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Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission

601-1595 Bedford Highway
Bedford, NS
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