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Members of the public, who wish to be a real estate salesperson, will now get their education through Humber College and not through OREA. However, OREA will still be handling Salespersons who wish to become a Broker. 

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Today (Friday, January 17th, 2020) the Simcoe & District Real Estate Board had a great turn out for an Information Session for REALTORS®.

Session Topic: OREA Standard Forms Update for 2020

It is wonderful to see so many REALTORS® taking their knowledge and skill sets to the next level.

This session features presentations on:
📖OREA Forms Important IP
📑 2020 New Forms
📑2020 Revised Forms
✳Recent forms News
✴Trending Form Enquiries

Thank you to the Presenters:

>Cassandra Agnew Walker, OREA Head of Standard Forms
>Hugh Foy, Real Estate Instructor

SDREB REALTORS® DO THE HOMEWORK!

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1 week ago

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The Simcoe & District Real Estate Board offers our deepest condolences to the family and friends of those lost in the plane crash in Iran. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Are you ready for an emergency? Stay Safe Everyone!It looks like we are in for some wild weather this weekend, so here are some tips to help you to be prepared!

Things to make sure you have on hand BEFORE a storm:
-non-perishable foods that you can prepare without electricity
-manual can opener
-fill BBQ propane tank
-cooler with ice
-bottles of water
-first aid kits
-shovel and ice salt on hand
-clear debris from downspouts, etc
-make sure that your sump pump is in goof working order
-if there are trees on your property, check for loose or ready to fall limbs
-move valuables out of the basement or ensure they are lifted up
-test battery carbon monoxide detectors and fire detectors, replace batteries if need be
-fire extinguishers
-check gates and ensure fencing is secure for pets
-gas in your vehicles
-buckets of water, or your bathtub, especially if on a well system
-charge electronics and battery backups
-know where your candles are
-fuel for generators
-flashlights, extra batteries
-extra blankets and warm clothing
-ensure any temp sensitive medications will be fine (freezer packs, coolers etc), stock up on medications if near empty, and have a plan for using power-dependent medical devices.
-stay away from waterways, etc
-battery operated radio
***listen to your local radio station for regular updates and breaking news!

DURING A POWER OUTAGE
-Keep freezers and refrigerator doors closed.
-Only use generators outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.
-Limit how often you flush the toilet.
-If need be and it is safe to travel, go to an alternate location.
-Check on neighbors, especially those who are elderly or vulnerable.
-Avoid carbon monoxide poisoning: generators, camp stoves, or charcoal grills should always be used outdoors and at least 20 feet away from windows. Never use a gas stovetop or oven to heat your home.
***listen to your local radio station for regular updates and breaking news!

After a power Outage
-Toss out any food that has been exposed to temps of 40 degrees or more for over two hours, or that has an unusual odor, color, or texture.
-If the power is out for more than a day, discard any medication that needs to be refrigerated, unless the medication label says otherwise. If one is dependant on said medication, consult a doctor or pharmacist before using until you can get to the pharmacy.
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2 weeks ago

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Be Safe Norfolk Residents!RAINFALL WARNING

A soaker on tap Saturday. Freezing rain possible Saturday night. Very strong southwest winds Sunday.

Occasional light rain or drizzle is expected to continue tonight. However, rain will be more continuous and heavy at times Saturday into Sunday morning. Total rainfall amounts of 40 to 60 mm are possible with most of the rain falling Saturday into Saturday night. For areas further away from Lake Ontario, rain may change to freezing rain by Saturday evening and may last for several hours.

Strong southwest winds are also expected Sunday morning, especially along the Lake Ontario shoreline where winds may gust up to 80 km/h.

There remains considerable uncertainty with the location of freezing rain. Freezing rain and wind warnings may be issued as necessary.

Travel will be impacted throughout Southern Ontario Saturday into Sunday.

For information concerning flooding, please consult your local conservation authority or Ontario ministry of natural resources and forestry district office.
If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop. Localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible. Keep children and pets away from creeks and river banks.
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