Real estate - Disclosure
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- Realtors should always fully disclose their role in writing when they're dealing with you.
- All information you need to make an informed decision should be disclosed to you to avoid misrepresentation.
- You should be informed about any fees or expenses beforee signing.
- Realtors should also tell you if they're going to get any financial benefit and should tell you in writing if they're buying for themselves.
- Any conflicting interests should also be fully disclosed.
- If you think your realtor has broken the rules, you should complain to the realtor through Resolver.
- If you're unhappy with the way your complaint has been handled, you can escalate the matter to your province or territory's real estate regulator.
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