Embracing Change in Ontario Real Estate: Navigating New Regulations with Golfi Team

Embracing Change in Ontario Real Estate:
Navigating New Regulations with Golfi Team

As of December 1, the Ontario real estate landscape is evolving with the introduction of Phase Two of the Trust in Real Estate Services Act (TRESA), replacing the former REBBA. This marks a significant shift in how real estate transactions are conducted, affecting nearly 100,000 realtors in Ontario. At Golfi Team, we are committed to guiding you through these changes, ensuring a smooth transition and continued excellence in our services.


Disclosures will be more prominent, including when entering into Multiple Representation.

The customer relationship is no longer permitted.  If someone does not want any services from an agent, they can choose to be self-represented.

At Golfi Team, we have always prioritized your needs and aspirations. These changes in legislation are an opportunity for us to further demonstrate our commitment to your success in the real estate market.  Our team is vigorously trained and updated on these regulations to offer you the most accurate and effective guidance.


The real estate industry is dynamic, and such changes are essential for its growth and integrity. As these new regulations take effect, we anticipate an adjustment period. However, with our experienced team and commitment to staying ahead of industry developments, we are well-equipped to navigate these changes.

With Golfi Team, you can confidently embark on your real estate journey, assured of professional guidance and support every step of the way. Our goal remains steadfast: to help you achieve your real estate aspirations with trust, transparency, and unmatched expertise.

Together, let's embrace these changes and continue to build a thriving real estate future.

Find out more about TRESA here: https://www.orea.com/TRESA

Read the RECO information guide here: http://qr.golfi.ca/xz1ga03

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