Obtaining a real estate license in British Columbia is not difficult, if you know what to expect, and can fulfill the requirements. Before you begin your licensing journey however, you should consider the following guidelines:
The Real Estate Services Act states that every applicant for a licence shall, among other things, be of “good reputation”. General business and personal reputation, in addition to criminal convictions and charges under the Criminal Code of Canada, and contraventions of Federal Statutes such as Income Tax Act, or Provincial Statutes such as the Real Estate Services Act, Securities Act, Insurance Act, or Mortgage Broker’s Act, or whether an applicant has been disciplined by a professional body will be reviewed when considering an applicant’s “good reputation”.
For Real Estate Trading Services, Rental Property Management and Strata Management Licensing students, the ELPR may only be satisfied by achieving a level 7 or higher on each of the four components (reading, writing, speaking and listening) of the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program - General (CELPIP-G) test on a single attempt or by being exempted from the requirement in one of the following ways:
To apply for licensing in British Columbia you must satisfy one of the following employment criteria proving that you are eligible to work in Canada:
Note: work permit/visa must not have any restrictions that would preclude you from engaging in real estate activity/employment.
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