The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) is an independent, non-government agency, responsible for governing industry professionals in the real estate, mortgage broker, and real estate appraisal industries under the real estate act of Alberta. RECA is there to protect the public and lend a hand to real estate professionals when needed. For more information on RECA please visit their website at http://www.reca.ca.
What is the Real Estate Council of Alberta?
Getting to Know RECA: Use A Licensed Professional
When you buy or sell property or need to secure a mortgage, using a licensed professional gives you certain protections you would otherwise lack. RECA licences all industry professionals in Alberta. Check if the person you are dealing with is licensed at www.reca.ca
Getting to Know RECA: What is Council?
The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) receives its strategic direction from the Council, a 12-person body made up of 10 industry professionals from the various industry sectors and 2 public members who represent the people of Alberta.
RECA in 2012 – Wayne McAlister, Chair
Wayne McAlister, Chair of the Real Estate Council of Alberta, discusses the new 5-year Strategic Plan and raising the bar for professionalism and self-regulation in 2012. This is good information for industry members such as Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Property Managers.
A Message to the public from Council – April Regulator
A message to Realtors from Wayne McAlister the Chair of the Real Estate Council of Alberta.
How To Find A Reputable Calgary Realtor / Real Estate Professional
RECA’s guide on how to find a reputable Calgary Realtor to assit you with your purchase or sale of a Calgary home.
How the Real Estate Industry Operates in Alberta
A great video on how the real estate industry works in Alberta. How real estate offices, brokers and Realtors play a part and the industry and representing buyers and sellers in the purchase or sale of real estate.