Residential Real Estate Brokerage – AEC EEC.1Y

Start of the next programs are:

May 2019 (Evening program)

September 17, 2018 (Day program) Registration Closed 

 

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Program
Overview

The new Real Estate Brokerage Act (Bill 73) was sanctioned on May 28, 2008 and came into force on May 1, 2010.  The Real Estate industry in the province of Québec went through a major change in terms of the laws that regulate the activities surrounding a real estate transaction. Under the new Real Estate Brokerage Act Real Estate Agents will become Residential Real Estate Brokers and Real Estate Brokers will become Agencies. The regulatory body that oversees the Real Estate industry, the OACIQ (“Organisme d’autoréglementation du Courtage Immobilier du Québec”), has established seven (7) competencies which the new Residential Real Estate Broker should have developed and mastered in order to act ethically and responsibly in their real estate brokerage practice.

  1. Acting ethically and responsibly in one’s brokerage practice
  2. Managing one’s professional activities in the field of real estate
  3. Making use of general and special rules of law in brokerage transactions
  4. Assessing the quality and the various building elements of an immovable
  5. Estimating the market value of a residential immovable
  6. Carrying out brokerage transactions pertaining to the sale, purchase, leasing or exchange of a residential immovable
  7. Distinguishing the basic principles of mortgage financing

The program is a result of the work of a consortium of 22 colleges in the province who have in the past offered the Real Estate Agent and/or Broker programs and has been designed to allow the attainment of these competencies.

OACIQ APPROVED

Upon successful completion of this AEC “attestation d’études collégiales” program the student will be required to demonstrate that they have the seven (7) competencies required by the OACIQ (“Organisme d’autoréglementation du Courtage Immobilier du Québec”) in order to obtain a license to practice.  The examination has been designed based on this competency framework. 

The OACIQ exam may be written in English or French.  Those who choose to write the exam in English will be required to prove, before they are issued their license, French language competency as per the regulations.  You may consult the brochure of the “L’Office québécois de la langue française: Le français, un tremplin pour exercer une profession au Québec.”

PREREQUISITES

  • Secondary V diploma OR equivalent OR have instruction deemed acceptable by the College
  • Interview by admission committee
  • Fulfil the AEC Admission Requirements

Courses
& Schedule

PROGRAM CONTENT

The program consists of eleven (11) credit courses for a total of 570 hours.  Upon the successful completion of all eleven (11) courses the student is awarded an “attestation d’études collégiales”.

Course Number

 Course Title

 Hours

 Credits

 221-001-AB

 Introduction to Residential Real Estate Brokerage

 60

 2

 221-002-AB

 Real Estate Property Law

 60

 2

 221-003-AB

 Real Estate Business Law

 60

 2

 221-004-AB

 Real Estate Brokerage Act

 45

 1  2/3

 221-005-AB

 Communication Skills in Real Estate

 45

 1  1/3

 221-006-AB

 Residential Construction

 45

 1  2/3

 221-007-AB

 Real Estate Mathematics

 45

 1  2/3

 221-008-AB

 Residential Real Estate Appraisal

 45

 1  2/3

 221-009-AB

 Residential Real Estate Brokerage Contracts

 60

 2  1/3

 221-010-AB

 The Promise to Purchase

 45

 1  2/3

 221-011-AB

 Presentation of the Offer to Purchase

 60

 2

 Total

 570

 20

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Day Group:

  • The program is offered over two (2) semesters
  • Classes are held Monday to Friday:
    • from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 Evening / Weekend Group:

  • Start day: May 2018 – Register today for an information session
  • The program is offered over three (3) semesters
  • Classes are held on Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday evenings:
    • from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • and every second Saturday
    • from 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Application
& Fees

PROGRAM COST

Application fee $30 (one time fee / non-refundable)
Registration fee $117.00 per semester
Tuition fees DAY PROGRAM: $4,160 subject to change (includes materials)

1st semester: $2,166.00 / 6 courses / 315 hours
2nd semester: $1,760.00 / 5 courses / 255 hours

EVENING / WEEKEND PROGRAM: $4,245 subject to change (includes materials)

1st semester: $1,443.00 / 4 courses / 210 hours
2nd semester: $1,443.00 / 4 courses / 210 hours
3rd semester: $1,008.00 / 3 courses / 150 hours

Parking fee $24/month (day program only)

 

 

Info Session

Next Program: May 2019 (Evening Program) 
September 17, 2018 (Day Program) Registration Closed
Information Sessions

T.B.D.

Location: Brittain Hall building/John Abbott College
Room: to be posted
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Please complete the form if you wish to be contacted when the next Information Session is announced.

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Call 514 457-6610 ext. 5015 for further information