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Real estate professionals have a regulatory requirement to present you with this consumer information before providing services to you.
This information from the Real Estate Council of BC explains the role of a real estate professional when you are considering renting a property.
While this real estate professional can provide some limited services to you as a prospective tenant of this rental property, they owe a duty of loyalty to the owner, and are working for the owner’s best interests.
The Real Estate Council of BC is the legislated regulatory agency that works to ensure real estate professionals have the skills and knowledge to provide you with a high standard of service. All real estate professionals must follow rules that help protect consumers, like you
We’re here to help you understand your rights as a real estate consumer.
Keep this information page for your reference and scan the QR code or visit recbc.ca for more information about real estate transactions.
This form sets out what this real estate professional can and cannot do for you as a prospective tenant in relation to this rental property.
give you advice on terms and conditions to include in a tenancy agreement
negotiate on your behalf
share any of the owner’s conﬁdential information with you
Because this real estate professional is working in the owner’s best interests, they have a duty to share important information with the owner if disclosed by you including, for example: your motivations, your ﬁnancial qualiﬁcations, and your preferred terms and conditions.
share statistics and general information about the rental property market
provide you with standard forms and contracts such as a rental application and/or tenancy agreement
show the property
assist you to ﬁll out a tenancy agreement
communicate your messages and present your offers to their client
Find information about the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords from:
As a prospective tenant you should consider seeking independent professional advice about renting property.
This is a required disclosure form in compliance with sections 5-10 and 5-10.1 of the Rules under the Real Estate Services Act. The real estate professional must present the Renting Residential Property: What Tenants Need to Know information page to you along with this disclosure form.