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Notice of Licence Suspension: Jun Espino & Survey Reminder

Notice of Licence Suspension: Jun Espino

The Registrar hereby gives notice the real estate salesperson’s licence for Jun Espino, formerly licensed with Keller Williams Select Realty, is suspended effective August 1, 2022, for violating the following section of the Real Estate Trading Act:

  • Real Estate Trading Act, Section 22 (1) (a)

The violation resulted from an investigation of a complaint initiated by the Registrar. The evidence supports that Mr. Espino committed a very serious breach of trust. Mr. Espino attended a property viewing and was videotaped by the seller breaching the seller’s privacy. Specifically, Mr. Espino accessed personal items of the seller in several dresser drawers without permission on two separate occasions.
Mr. Espino’s eligibility to apply for a licence is suspended for five (5) years. After the five-year period, the Commission will not consider a licence application from Mr. Espino until he has recompleted and passed the NSREC’s Salesperson Licensing Course and examination.

This notice has been distributed to licensees in accordance with Commission By-law 839.

Licensee Professionalism Survey

If you have already completed the licensee professionalism survey, thank you for participating. You can disregard the remainder of this email.

Reminder to licensees the deadline to complete the licensee professionalism survey is Friday, August 26th at 4pm. The Commission is aware that question 9 was presenting issues to some mobile users. This issue has been fixed. The link to the survey is in the Commission news bulletin email sent to licensees on August 9th, 15th, and 18th.

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