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Brampton Real Estate Board votes to integrate with TRREB

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Members of the Brampton Real Estate Board (BREB) have voted in favour of integrating with the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB), according to a joint statement from the GTA boards. The integration will result in 2,500 BREB members becoming TRREB members, joining the board’s nearly 70,000 members. 

TRREB President Paul Baron and BREB President Jacquie Sullivan addressed BREB members in a video. Baron explains the integration will provide ongoing access to the same tools and services with no change to the MLS system. Baron also promised that dues would be “harmonized.” 

Sullivan confirms BREB will maintain a regional office in Peel Region to “ensure the local services experience and presence continues.” She also teased a future “TRREB hub” for the Peel and Halton regions. 

Baron adds, “Having a strong regional presence is part of TRREB’s overarching objective of strengthening services to TRREB members now, including BREB members at more localized regional centers.” He also promises the integration will amplify the voice and reach of Bramotib realtors with the support of TRREB’s government relations advocacy team.

BREB’s president finishes, “We look forward to starting new conversations and continuing old conversations to create even more value for realtors across the province.”

No timeline has been given for the integration, though members with questions and concerns are encouraged to reach out through BREB’s website.


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