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What is an RI?

An RI is a real estate professional that has a least 3 years’ experience and a minimum education requirement. You can find them (us) in all walks of the real estate profession. They (we) are designated, educated, experienced and connected.

When do I need an RI?

You would need an RI when you purchase a house and need a realtor, an appraiser, a lawyer, a notary, a mortgage broker. They are also strata managers and property managers, commercial brokers so whatever your needs are you can use an RI.

Why an RI?

An RI is a designated, educated and experienced real estate professional. They have a minimum of 2 years full time education and 3 years’ experience. They are also connected throughout the industry so they can hook you up with all the professionals you require in your transaction.

How do I hire an RI?

You can find an RI by searching our directory

Use an RI next time you are looking for:

  • Acquisition Manager
  • Administrator
  • Analyst
  • Appraiser – ICI
  • Appraiser – Residential
  • Arbitrator
  • Architect
  • Assessment
  • Asset Manager
  • Association Executive
  • Banking
  • Construction Manager
  • Consultant
  • Developer
  • Engineer
  • Financier
  • Lawyer
  • Leasing
  • Manager
  • Mortgage Broker
  • Notary
  • Portfolio Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Property Manager
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REIBC introduces new member service posted on 11:22 AM, July 24, 2017
Members can now send us a request to be added to our public Members Seeking Employment page. This is in addition to the Career Postings which allow members and non-member organizations to post openings...
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What Happens When the Data Is Wrong? posted on 10:22 AM, November 3, 2017
We rely on data for all manner of land use and development decisions. But how are we keeping landowner data anonymous, who are we allowing access, what can happen if data is inaccurate, and who is at fault...
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