A Message From Rosalind Menary, Broker of Record

"During these unprecendented times we are implementing new guidelines for our staff and agents to follow in order to keep their safety and the safety of their clients at the forefront.  As members of this community for over 27 years, there is nothing more important to us.
While we have been deemed an essential service, we firmly believe that it is not business as usual.  
In accordance with directions given from the government, pubic health agencies, RECO, OREA and TRREB, our office buildings are currently closed and our staff are working remotely.  We are also encouraging our agents to practice social distancing and only meet face-to-face with clients when deemed absolutely necessary and no other virtual options are available.
In the FAQ's below we lay out our position on the most frequently asked questions.  If you have further questions or require clarification, please reach out to any one of our managers."
- Rosalind Menary 


What are our current business hours?

What is our position on in-person listings and showings?

Do we have health disclosure forms or showing protocols we can attach to our listings?

Do we have any waivers or release forms we should be signing with our clients prior to signing them up?

What are our best practices when dealing with listings?

What are our protocols for in-person showings when we are the listing agent?

What are our protocols for in-person showings when we are the buyer agent?

What should agents do about Revisits, Home Inspections and when dealing with Third Party Services?

How should agents handle offers and deposits?

What clauses should we be putting in our offers?

What should agents tell their clients about closings?


RECO Guidelines

OREA Guidelines

TRREB Guidelines

Public Health Services of Canada COVID-19 Information

Infographics from The Public Health Services of Canada (for download or social media sharing)

Economic Response Plan from the Government of Canada

Province of Ontario News Releases 

News Releases Concerning Rentals

Renting Changes During COVID-19


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