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Also: Court rules tribunal didn't consider lesser penalties for mortgage broker; Follow the leader, or else?; Tearing down historic homes


In this issue:

  • DiMichele: TREB doesn’t oppose innovation
  • Tribunal should have considered lesser penalties for mortgage broker
  • Follow the leader …or else?
  • Historic gem or tear-down candidate?

DiMichele: TREB doesn’t oppose innovation


Canadian privacy laws obligate TREB and its members to obtain explicit informed consent from a buyer and a seller to distribute their personal financial information, says TREB’s CEO.

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Tribunal should have considered lesser penalties for mortgage broker


Court rules tribunal was required to consider lesser penalties in a case of mortgage broker license revocation.

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Follow the leader …or else?


How do you get your team members to think with a team mentality instead of acting in their own best interest?

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Historic gem or tear-down candidate?


If your client wants to buy and rebuild, how do you ensure a smooth transition for them?

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