Last reminder: deadline June 30, 2012
You must have completed the online mandatory training on the new forms by Saturday, June 30, 2012 at midnight, to be able to continue carrying out your professional activities.
The Association is issuing recommendations to real estate brokers and agents regarding the iron ochre issue.
Apart from the risk of explosion due to solvents used in making marijuana oil, or fires caused by electrical malfunctions, a high rate of humidity maintained over long periods is the main cause of damage to a building. High humidity rates cause building materials to rot and moulds to proliferate.
Many agents have recently been faced with difficult situations where they suddenly found out that a property concerned in a brokerage contract or a promise to purchase (in progress or accepted) had been used as a marijuana growing operation. Here are the ACAIQ’s recommendations in such cases.
The importance to inform their clients selling and buying properties located in these risk zones of the problems related to pyrite and to recommend the specific actions described in this text.
To obtain a better understanding of the pyrite phenomenon, unknown to the public only a few months ago, representatives of the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board and the ACAIQ visited a home in Saint-Bruno. Viewed from the sidewalk, nothing really differentiates it from the neighbouring houses. Inside, on the other hand.