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					                         INTERNATIONALLY-TRAINED REAL ESTATE AGENTS
                                                                                                                      Last updated: Nov 2008
                                           Contact the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission
                                             (SREC) to find out about the provincial licensing
                                          requirements and seek general information about Real
                                                        Estate Agents in Canada.
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                                                   What is your individual level of experience?
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                                 Are you Presently a licensee in good
                                                                              If you are not previously licensed or you
                                   standing of a foreign real estate
                                                                               have not been licensed within the past
                               commission or have you been a licensee
                                                                                 two years with a foreign real estate
                                 with that commission in the past two
                                                                                             commission.
                                                years?




                                                                                                Contact the Association of Saskatchewan
         Apply to Saskatchewan Real Estate                                                      REALTORS® (ASR) for information about
        Commission to have your education and                                                            the education program.
                experience reviewed.                                                                            Page 6
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                                                                                                      Take Phase I: Real Estate as a
       Do you qualify to take the reciprocity course                                                   Professional Career course.
        Real Estate Practice in Saskatchewan?                                                               Page 7 & Page 8




         Yes                                   No                                                      Pass                           Fail



                                                                                                   Take Phase 2: After successful
                                                                                                completion of the Phase 1 course, an
            Complete the reciprocity course.
                                                                                              individual has one year to register in and
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                                                                                               complete one of four specialty licensing
                                                                                                               courses:
                                                                                                      Residential Real Estate;
                                                                                                      Commercial Real Estate;
         Pass                               Fail                                                      Property Management; OR
                                                                                                      Farm Real Estate.
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       Contact a Brokerage
        who will authorize
                                                                                              Pass                                     Fail
        you to trade in real
       estate once you are
       granted registration.
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   Obtain a Criminal Record                                                                                         (Optional) After gaining two
            Check.                                                                                                    years of experience as A
           Page 11                                                                                                   registrant: Apply to SREC
                                                                                                                    for registration as a Broker,
                                                                                                                         Branch Manager or
Within 2 years after completing a                                                                                         Associate Broker.
 Phase 2 course: Apply to SREC                                                                                                 Page16
for registration for a Salesperson
        Specialty License.
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                                             (Mandatory) Continuing
                                                                               (Optional) Take Phase 3:
                                            Professional Development                                                 (Optional) Apply to SREC
                                                                                  Real Estate Office
                                              (CPD) Program. One                                                       for registration as an
                                                                                  Management and
                          No                mandatory course for each                                                    Associate Broker.
                                                                                  Brokerage course.
                                                  licensing year.                                                             Page 15
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 Yes




                            This is a general guide and does not cover every individual situation.
                      For the official and most current information about the licensing process and fees,
                                         please contact the regulatory body.
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         PROCESS MAP FOR INTERNATIONALLY-TRAINED REAL ESTATE AGENTS
                 WISHING TO WORK IN SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA

         This PROCESS MAP will provide internationally-trained Real Estate Agents with
         information about the most efficient pathway to obtain registration (licensing) with the
         Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC). This roadmap is meant as a guide
         only, but is based on the experience of many Real Estate Agents that have been through
         the licensing process.


           Contact the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC) to find out
          about the provincial licensing requirements and seek general information
            about Real Estate Agents in Canada. Website: http://www.srec.ca/


         The requirements for registration as a Real Estate Agent are different in each Canadian
         jurisdiction. When deciding to settle in Saskatchewan, it is important to contact the
         Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC) to find out the steps that are required to
         become a Real Estate Agent (registrant) in the province.

         You may wish to write to the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC) to ask
         about the requirements and costs for licensing, certification, or registration, as well as
         the recommended procedure for a credential assessment prior to your arrival in
         Saskatchewan, Canada.

         Be sure to ask specifically for information on what parts of the process you can do or
         start before you leave your home country. For example you may need to:
             • Prepare or obtain documents from your home licensing body or educational
                 institution;
             • Obtain and complete forms that are available online;
             • Obtain personal or work references;
             • Begin necessary educational or language assessments; or
             • Begin applications to programs or examinations.

         Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC)
         237 Robin Crescent
         Saskatoon SK S7L 6M8
         Tel: (306) 374-5233
         Toll Free: 1-877-700-5233
         Fax: (306) 373-2295
         Email: volfert@srec.ca or ajacobson@srec.ca
         Website: http://www.srec.ca/


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         For more general information about the profession, you may contact the Canadian Real
         Estate Association (CREA), whose members are required to adhere to a Code of Ethics.
         A Saskatchewan registrant is not required to hold membership in this organization.

         Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA)
         344 Slater Street, 1600
         Ottawa, ON K1R 7Y3
         Tel: (613) 237-7111
         Fax: (613) 234-2567
         Email: info@crea.ca
         Website: http://crea.ca/

         You may also wish to contact the Real Estate Institute of Canada (REIC). REIC is the
         professional association that provides training and certification leading to professional
         designations for individuals with experience in the real estate industry.

         Real Estate Institute of Canada (REIC)
         5407 Eglington Avenue W., Suite 208
         Toronto ON M9C 5K6
         Tel: (416) 695-9000
         Toll Free: 1-800-542-7342
         Fax: (416) 695-7230
         Email: infocentral@reic.com
         Website: http://www.reic.ca/

         Although REIC and CREA will provide information of the profession in Canada, they are
         not set up to assess foreign credentials before you arrive.

         If you need to have your credentials assessed before coming to Canada, for immigration
         purposes, you must contact an evaluation service. The evaluations provided by this
         service is advisory and do not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for
         employment or certification purposes in Canada.

         International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
         9th Floor, 108th Street Building
         9942 - 108 Street
         Edmonton, AB T5K 2J5
         Tel.: (780) 427-2655
         Fax: (780) 422-9734
         Web site: http://employment.alberta.ca/cps/rde/xchg/hre/hs.xsl/4512.html




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                           What is your individual level of experience?


         In order to define the educational requirements needed for registration as a Real Estate
         Agent in Saskatchewan, ask yourself the following two questions:

            1. Are you a licensee in good standing of a foreign real estate commission? OR
            2. Have you been registered in the past two years with a foreign real estate
               commission?

         For more information on Reciprocity and the Review of Foreign Credentials contact
         Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission.

         Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC)
         237 Robin Crescent
         Saskatoon SK S7L 6M8
         Tel: (306) 374-5233
         Toll Free: 1-877-700-5233
         Fax: (306) 373-2295
         Email: volfert@srec.ca or ajacobson@srec.ca
         Website: http://www.srec.ca/

         For more information about the education program for professional real estate agents
         contact the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS®. The Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® is the education provider for the licensing body, SREC.

         The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR)
         2811 Estey Dr.
         Saskatoon, SK S7J 2V8
         Tel: (306) 373-3350
         Toll Free: 1-877-306-7732
         Fax: (306) 373-5377
         Email: education@saskatchewanrealestate.com
         Website: www.saskatchewanrealestate.com




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          Apply to the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC) to have your
                            education and experience reviewed.


         Licensees of foreign real estate commissions may be eligible to take a reciprocity course
         called Real Estate Practice in Saskatchewan.

         In order to assess your eligibility for this special course Saskatchewan Real Estate
         Commission (SREC) must conduct a review of your standing in a foreign real estate
         commission. The review is done on a case by case basis.

         Submission of written correspondence from the real estate regulatory organization
         where you are previously/currently authorized, outlining education, registration and
         sanction history must be completed before a review may take place.

         After reviewing education and practical experience, the Commission will determine
         whether you qualify to take the Real Estate Practice in Saskatchewan or not.

         For more information about the review procedure contact SREC.

         Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC)
         237 Robin Crescent
         Saskatoon SK S7L 6M8
         Tel: (306) 374-5233
         Toll Free: 1-877-700-5233
         Fax: (306) 373-2295
         Email: volfert@srec.ca or ajacobson@srec.ca
         Website: http://www.srec.ca/




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                  Complete the course Real Estate Practice in Saskatchewan.


         Only applicants who are currently/previously been licensed in a jurisdiction outside of
         Saskatchewan who have had their experience reviewed by the Commission may be
         eligible to take this reciprocity course upon counsel by the Commission.

         The reciprocity course will help students learn about The Real Estate Act, appropriate
         legislation, property registry, representation of the buyer and seller, as well as
         mandatory and standard forms used in Saskatchewan.

         Students must pass examinations with marks of not less that 70%.

         The enrollment period of this home study course is one year from the purchase date of
         the course. If a student requests an extension to his/her expiry date of the course,
         he/she is asked to submit a letter to the Education Department of the Association. The
         letter must outline the request, amount of time requested and reason for the request. All
         requests are dealt with on an individual basis.

         The fee for Real Estate Practice in Saskatchewan course as of January 1, 2008 is
         $238.50 plus $8.75 for shipping.

         Individuals wishing to register for this course offered by the Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® may do so by contacting the Association Education
         Department or visiting the Association office. Enrollment forms are provided by mail,
         facsimile, e-mail or can be downloaded off the Association website.

         For course description and to enroll in licensing courses visit the Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® Education website:
         http://www.saskatchewanrealestate.com/becomeed.htm

         The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR)
         2811 Estey Dr.
         Saskatoon, SK S7J 2V8
         Tel: (306) 373-3350
         Toll Free: 1-877-306-7732
         Fax: (306) 373-5377
         Email: education@saskatchewanrealestate.com
         Website: www.saskatchewanrealestate.com




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             Contact the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® for information
                               about the education program.


         Individuals who must complete Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the program should seek
         information about the program and the requirements needed for registration.

         Course information, policies, rules and procedures are outlined in the Real Estate
         Career Guide that is available online or in hard copy from the Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR).

         The ASR office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday and is located at:

         2811 Estey Dr.
         Saskatoon, SK S7J 2V8
         Tel: (306) 373-3350 or 1-877-306-7732 toll free
         Fax: (306) 373-5377
         Email: education@saskatchewanrealestate.com
         Website: www.saskatchewanrealestate.com




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                   Take Phase 1: Real Estate as a Professional Career course.



         1. Register for Phase 1 Course.
         Individuals wishing to register for this course offered by the Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® may do so by contacting the Association’s Education
         Department or visiting the Association office. Enrollment forms are provided by mail,
         facsimile, e-mail or can be downloaded off the Association website. For registration
         purposes, anyone who is not a licensee of a foreign real estate commission or was
         licensed but has not yet been licensed with a foreign real estate commission within the
         past two years from the date of application with SREC is not eligible for reciprocity in
         Saskatchewan.

         For course description and to enroll in licensing courses visit the Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® Education website:
         http://www.saskatchewanrealestate.com/becomeed.htm

         The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR)
         2811 Estey Dr.
         Saskatoon, SK S7J 2V8
         Tel: (306) 373-3350
         Toll Free: 1-877-306-7732
         Fax: (306) 373-5377
         Email: education@saskatchewanrealestate.com
         Website: www.saskatchewanrealestate.com


         You may register in Phase 1 and begin completing the course Real Estate as a
         Professional Career; however, results from your examination will only be issued upon
         receipt of an official transcript, indicating completion of high school or the equivalent of
         one of the following, sent directly to the ASR:

            •   An official document from International Qualifications Assessment Service
                (IQAS) indicating qualifications generally comparable to high school completion,
                a two-year diploma or a degree.
            •   Proof of successful completion of the General Educational Development (GED).
            •   A letter of equivalency provided by the SREC.

         For more information regarding the International Qualifications Assessment Service
         visit: www.learning.gov.ab.ca/iqas or phone (780) 427-2655.

         For more information about General Educational Development contact the GED Info
         Line at GED Records (306) 787-5597.                                                            Click to return




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                   Take Phase 1: Real Estate as a Professional Career course.


         2. Successfully complete Phase 1 course.
         Designed for the prospective salesperson, the material covered in this course is very
         practical in nature. You will learn the basics of property evaluation, mortgage financing,
         building construction, property registry, contract and agency law, The Real Estate Act,
         The Real Estate Regulations, Commission Bylaws, CREA Code of Ethics, mandatory
         and standard forms, technology, and privacy issues.

         The enrollment period of this home study course is one year from the purchase date of
         the course. If a student requests an extension to his/her expiry date of the course,
         he/she is asked to submit a letter to the Education Department of the Association. The
         letter must outline the request, amount of time requested and reason for the request. All
         requests are dealt with on an individual basis.

         Students must pass examinations with marks of not less that 70%. If a student is
         unsuccessful on an examination attempt, he/she is automatically set up for the next
         scheduled examination, providing he/she is within the enrollment period of the course.
         Students are permitted a maximum of two rewrites of any particular examination (for a
         total of three writings). Students who fail to attain a passing grade on their examination
         within the allowed three writings, but still wish to pursue the course, will be required to
         re-register and complete all course requirements as a new student.

         As of January 1, 2008 the fee for Real Estate as a Professional Career course is
         $1006.00 plus $15.00 for shipping.




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           Take Phase 2: After successful completion of Phase 1, an individual has
          one year to register and complete one of four specialty licensing courses.

         After the completion of Phase I, an individual has one year to successfully complete a
         minimum of at least one of the four specialty licensing courses.

         The courses are:
            • Residential Real Estate as a Professional Career
            • Commercial Real Estate as a Professional Career
            • Property Management as a Professional Career
            • Farm Real Estate as a Professional Career

         As of January 1, 2008 the fee for each individual course is $503.50 plus $10.00 for
         shipping.

         1. Register for Phase 2 course of your choice.
         Individuals wishing to register for an above mentioned course offered by the Association
         of Saskatchewan REALTORS® may do so by contacting the Association Education
         Department or visiting the Association office. Enrollment forms are provided by mail,
         facsimile, e-mail or can be downloaded off the Association website.

         For course description and to enroll in licensing courses visit the Association of
         Saskatchewan REALTORS® Education website:
         http://www.saskatchewanrealestate.com/becomeed.htm

         The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR)
         2811 Estey Dr.
         Saskatoon, SK S7J 2V8
         Tel: (306) 373-3350
         Toll Free: 1-877-306-7732
         Fax: (306) 373-5377
         Email: education@saskatchewanrealestate.com
         Website: www.saskatchewanrealestate.com

         2. Successfully complete Phase 2 course.
         The enrollment period of the specialty licensing courses is one year from the purchase
         date of the course. If a student requests an extension to his/her expiry date of the
         course, he/she is asked to submit a letter to the Education Department of the
         Association. The letter must outline the request, amount of time requested and reason
         for the request. All requests are dealt with on an individual basis.

         Students must pass examinations with marks of not less that 70%. If a student is
         unsuccessful on an examination attempt, he/she is automatically set up for the next
         scheduled examination, providing he/she is within the enrollment period of the course.
         Students are permitted a maximum of two rewrites of any particular examination (for a
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         within the allowed three writings, but still wish to pursue the course, will be required to
         re-register and complete all course requirements as a new student.
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          Contact a Brokerage who will authorize you to trade in real estate once you
                             are granted registration by SREC.


          After successfully completing Phase 1 and Phase 2 OR the reciprocity course Real
          Estate Practice in Saskatchewan, you must seek registration as a Specialty Salesperson
          within two years.

          Included in your application for a Salesperson license must be a statement from a
          brokerage confirming that they will, upon registration, authorize you to trade real estate.

          Contact the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission for further information and for a list
          of Brokerages in the province or visit the public inquiries section of SREC’s website at
          www.srec.ca.

          Some individuals choose to contact a Brokerage prior to completion of Phase 1 or Phase
          2 examinations to express interest in the occupation and better understand employment
          opportunities following registration as a Salesperson.




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                                    Obtain a Criminal Record Check.



          Individuals must go to the office of the local police authority (i.e., RCMP or City Police) to
          request a criminal record check that must be by finger print comparison.

          Individuals should apply in sufficient time to allow for the processing of the criminal
          record check by the RCMP in Ottawa. The length of time to receive the check back from
          Ottawa varies, but it is recommended that you allow at least three months for the
          process.

          The cost of the procedure is approximately $25.00.

          It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission
          receives the original copy along with his or her application for registration as a
          salesperson.

          RCMP Regina Detachment
          6101 Dewdney Ave
          Box 2500
          Regina, SK S4P 3K7
          Tel: (306) 780-5560
          Fax: (306)780-5541
          Website: http://www.rcmp.ca/

          RCMP Saskatoon Detachment
          400 Brand Place
          Saskatoon, SK S7J 5L6
          Tel: (306) 975-5173
          Fax: (306) 975-4538
          Website: http://www.rcmp.ca/




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              Within two years of completing Phase 2 OR the reciprocity course:
             Apply to the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission for a Salesperson
                                     Specialty License.


          After successfully completing Phase 2 OR the reciprocity course Real Estate Practice
          in Saskatchewan, contacting a Brokerage who will employ you once you are registered,
          and obtaining a Criminal Record Check, you must apply for registration for a Salesperson
          Specialty License within two years.

          The application for registration as a Salesperson must be signed by a Broker and
          include the applicable fees.

          The registrant’s certificate of registration will be restricted to conducting trades in real
          estate for the specialty area of real estate for which the appropriate courses have been
          completed.

          As a salesperson with a conditional specialty license you are only able to work under a
          broker who is registered in that same specialty.

          Upon successful completion of Phase I and Phase II the individual must submit an
          application for registration to the Commission within two years.

          The fees from July 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008 are:
             • Registration fee: $325.00
             • Real Estate Assurance Fund Levy: $100.00
             • REIX E & O Insurance Premium: $205.00

          The fees from April 1, 2008 to June 30, 2008 are:
             • Registration fee: $100.00
             • Real Estate Assurance Fund Levy: $100.00
             • REIX E & O Insurance Premium: $100.00


          Application forms are available online and from the Saskatchewan Real Estate
          Commission.
          http://www.srec.ca/reginforegap.asp




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              Complete the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program.
                      One course is mandatory for each licensing year.


          Within each one-year registration renewal period, all registrants are required to complete
          mandatory continuing education called the Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
          Program approved by the Commission and provided by the Association of
          Saskatchewan REALTORS®.

          Real Estate Update is the required program for Continuing Professional Development for
          all registrants in each one-year renewal period. Real Estate Update provides a concise
          and timely overview of legal and legislative issues, compliance issues, as well as other
          issues that impact consumers and registrants.

          Failure to obtain the required education could result in termination of registration with the
          Commission and loss of ability to trade in real estate.

          To more detailed information concerning the Continuing Professional Development
          (CPD) Program:
          https://www.saskatchewanrealestate.com/edcpdenroll.aspx




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               (Optional) Phase 3: Real Estate Office Management and Brokerage.


          To practice independently as a broker you must successfully complete the course, Real
          Estate Office Management and Brokerage and have two years as a salesperson. Only
          applicants who are currently licensed as a Salesperson in Saskatchewan are eligible to
          take this course.

          Designed for the prospective broker, branch manager and associate broker this course
          addresses managerial implications including building a business plan, marketing,
          bookkeeping, financial statements, budgeting, personnel, operations manuals,
          employment contracts, human resources, training programs and the Competition Act.

          The enrollment period of this home study course is one year from the purchase date of
          the course. If a student requests an extension to his/her expiry date of the course,
          he/she is asked to submit a letter to the Education Department of the Association. The
          letter must outline the request, amount of time requested and reason for the request. All
          requests are dealt with on an individual basis.

          As of January 1, 2008 the fee for the Real Estate Office Management and Brokerage
          course is $689.00 plus $10.00 for shipping.

          Individuals wishing to register for this course offered by the Association of
          Saskatchewan REALTORS® may do so by contacting the Association’s Education
          Department or visiting the Association office. Enrollment forms are provided by mail,
          facsimile, e-mail or can be downloaded off the Association website.

          For course description and to enroll in licensing courses visit the Association of
          Saskatchewan REALTORS® Education website:
          http://www.saskatchewanrealestate.com/becomeed.htm

          The Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR)
          2811 Estey Dr.
          Saskatoon, SK S7J 2V8
          Tel: (306) 373-3350
          Toll Free: 1-877-306-7732
          Fax: (306) 373-5377
          Email: education@saskatchewanrealestate.com
          Website: www.saskatchewanrealestate.com




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               (Optional) Apply to the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission for
                                  Associate Broker’s License.


          After successfully completing Real Estate Office Management and Brokerage, you may
          apply to the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission for an Associate Broker, branch
          manager or broker’s license.

          As an Associate Broker you must still practice under a registered Broker. You must
          become licensed to practice independently.

          The fees from July 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008 are:
             • Registration fee: $325.00
             • Real Estate Assurance Fund Levy: $10.00
             • REIX E & O Insurance Premium: $205.00

          The fees from April 1, 2008 to June 30, 2008 are:
             • Registration fee: $100.00
             • Real Estate Assurance Fund Levy: $100.00
             • REIX E & O Insurance Premium: $100.00


          Application forms are available online and from the Saskatchewan Real Estate
          Commission.
          http://www.srec.ca/reginforegap.asp

          Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC)
          237 Robin Crescent
          Saskatoon SK S7L 6M8
          Tel: (306) 374-5233
          Toll Free: 1-877-700-5233
          Fax: (306) 373-2295
          Email: volfert@srec.sk.ca or ajacobson@srec.sk.ca
          Website: http://www.srec.ca/




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           (Optional) After gaining two years of experience as a registrant: Apply to
           SREC for registration as a Broker, Branch Manager or Associate Broker.


          After successful completion of Phase 3 and acquiring two years of experience as a
          registrant you may apply for registration as a Broker, Branch Manager or Associate Broker.


          With a Broker’s License you may practice independently.

          The fees from July 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008 are:
             • Registration fee: $325.00
             • Real Estate Assurance Fund Levy: $10.00
             • REIX E & O Insurance Premium: $205.00

          The fees from April 1, 2008 to June 30, 2008 are:
             • Registration fee: $100.00
             • Real Estate Assurance Fund Levy: $10.00
             • REIX E & O Insurance Premium: $100.00

          Application forms are available online and from the Saskatchewan Real Estate
          Commission.
          http://www.srec.ca/reginforegap.asp

          Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC)
          237 Robin Crescent
          Saskatoon SK S7L 6M8
          Tel: (306) 374-5233
          Toll Free: 1-877-700-5233
          Fax: (306) 373-2295
          Email: volfert@srec.sk.ca or ajacobson@srec.sk.ca
          Website: http://www.srec.ca/




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