Regina Homes & Condos For Sale|Regina Real Estate 


Buyer’s Brokerage, will it be mandatory?

I am going to attend a “Buyer’s Brokerage” information session on Thursday morning.  It sounds like this will be another mandatory form.  They says its on the horizon in Alberta and we are in a great position to be ahead of the curve and have a major input into the terms of reference rather than having them imposed.


First thoughts are what does a Buyer’s Brokerage contract have to with a real estate transaction? 

Who will benefit from a Buyer’s Brokerage contract?

Will this push more buyers to deal with private sales, less paperwork, no privacy issues?

I will fill you in later tomorrow after I hear the benefits of this Buyer’s Brokerage Contract.

I did attend and there was not much information about buyer’s brokerage contacts but how great I am, a few stories and little humor and that’s is about it.

On a scale of 1 to 10, this information sessions a 1 because it was not too long.

When did selling and buying a house get broken?Undecided



No comments

Post Your Comment:

* indicates required fields.
Your Name: *
Your email will not be published
Your Email: *
Comment: *
Please type the text as it appears above:
Aaron Habicht
Sutton Group - Results Realty
3904 B Gordon Road
Regina, SK
S4S 6Y3 CA
The Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA) IDX Reciprocity listings are displayed in accordance with SRA's MLS® Data Access Agreement and are copyright of the Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA).
The above information is from sources deemed reliable but should not be relied upon without independent verification. The information presented here is for general interest only, no guarantees apply.
Trademarks are owned and controlled by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Used under license.
MLS® System data of the Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA) displayed on this site is refreshed every 2 hours.