In keeping with the provincial government's recommendation to work from home where possible, the Commission Office is closed until further notice and staff are working remotely. If you have any questions, contact the Commission staff by email or call the main office line, 902-468-3511/800-390-1015, and direct your voicemail to the appropriate staff member.

Updates to satisfying buyer's conditions changes, effective January 3rd, 2022. Read the September 7th, 2021 news bulletin for more information.

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COVID-19 Updates, Licensing Exams & CPE

COVID-19 Update: June 3, 2021  

Effective June 1, travel throughout Nova Scotia is permitted for everyone in the province. Licensees and consumers must continue to follow all public health measures, including gathering limits.

COVID-19 Update: May 28, 2021

COVID-19 Update: May 28, 2021

Premier Iain Rankin and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, announced today, May 28, that the province will reopen gradually under a five-phase plan.

New Ministerial Directive & Important Deadlines

New Ministerial Directive

The provincial government has introduced a new ministerial directive under the Emergency Management Act which will require landlords to gain residential tenants' consent for in-person showings in cases where the property is being sold, effective May 21, 2021. The directive is in effect until June 30 unless extended. If you are working with seller clients of income properties, it is important for you to review this information.

COVID-19 Update: May 21, 2021

COVID-19 Update: May 21, 2021 

Premier Iain Rankin and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, announced Wednesday, May 19, that current public health restrictions will remain in place across Nova Scotia until at least the second week of June.

COVID-19 Update, Call for Committee Members & Reminders on CPE, Licence Renewals and Pre-Emptive Offers

COVID-19 Update: May 18, 2021

The NSREC attended a meeting last week with Dr. Strang, government officials, and representatives of the NSAR, RELANS and IPOANS to determine how the latest restrictions and directives affect the real estate industry. It’s important that licensees stay up to date on COVID-19 restrictions as they can have serious impacts on their clients and customers both within and outside of Nova Scotia.

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