What Every Realtor Should Know About A Landlord's Rights And Obligations (6 RECO CREDITS)



A major part of an Ontario realtor’s duty to their landlord clients is ensuring they are informed on Ontario law. It ensures both realtor and landlord avoid problems with tenants and landlord/tenant law.

Learn exactly what your landlord clientele’s rights and obligations are within the recently introduced Ontario Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) by taking this RECO approved full day course worth 6 MCE credit hours.


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