WHO WE ARE
The TORONTO REAL ESTATE BOARD is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1920 by a small group of real estate practitioners. Today, as Canada's largest real estate board, TREB serves more than 36,000 licensed real estate Brokers and Salespersons in and about the Greater Toronto Area. TREB is the collective voice for both its commercial and residential REALTOR® Members and operates under the direction of an elected voluntary Board of 16 Directors.
"To be the primary professional resource providing, protecting and promoting the continuing real estate success of all its Members."Greater Toronto REALTORS® adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and share a state-of-the-art Multiple Listing Service® designed exclusively for REALTORS®, which is also shared with boards in the surrounding area. TREB is a member of the Ontario Real Estate Association and the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Core Member Services
Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®)
Full range Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) accessible to REALTORS® only, with intranet and Internet applications for both residential and commercial specialists.
Buyer Registry Service (BRS®)
Registration of buyer's criteria in the BRS® enables their REALTOR® to receive early notification when properties of interest become available which may match their search. For more information, please visit www.BRAFirst.ca
Provides a variety of residential and commercial market related reports including:
- Resale Market Report
- Commercial Market Report
- Rental Market Report
- Commercial Quarterly Report
- RealNet (New Homes & Commercial)
- MPAC Assessment Data
- Teranet Land Registry
Lobbies government officials on residential and commercial real estate issues that affect member REALTORS® and the public they serve by providing input into important decisions that have consequences for homeowners, renters and investors.
Works to convey the value of using a REALTOR® to buyers and sellers, and keeps its Members and the general public apprised of Board and industry news.
Offers a variety of courses designed to meet mandatory continuing education requirements and maintain professional standards.
Works to ensure that Members maintain a high level of professionalism and adhere to ethical obligations.
Works to ensure that Members follow principles of procurement and fairness and equity in reaching decisions involving commission disputes.
Canada's largest REALTOR® Trade Show and Conference. (Member Event)
Annual Charity Golf Classic
A networking opportunity for all Members, with the added benefit of raising funds on behalf of a charity partner.
Provides consumer related information pertaining to the GTA real estate market. Find information on open house listings, real estate market reports, neighbourhood information and much more.
Provides commercial consumer related information pertaining to the GTA commercial real estate market, including Commercial Realty Watch Report.
Provides detailed conference information regarding special events, guest speakers, education seminars and guest panel discussions. Exhibitor opportunities and information also provided. (Member Event)
Dedicated to keeping the public informed of homebuying and selling taxes, this website contains tools to help communicate with government, and a Land Transfer Tax (LTT) calculator.
Real Estate Council of Ontario RECO • www.reco.on.ca
REALTORS Care Foundation
Operates solely on the basis of donations and has granted more than $2-million to shelter-based organizations throughout Ontario. For more information, please visit www.realtorscare.org
In conjunction with the Toronto District School Board, the Feeding Our Future: Children's Breakfast Program provides nutritious breakfasts and snacks to over 1,700 Toronto students each school day. REALTORS® further support the program by volunteering to serve and clean up after the meals.
In conjunction with the REALTORS® Care Foundation, the Toronto Real Estate Board sponsors Habitat for Humanity Toronto homes.
Annual "Past President's" essay-based scholarship program provides two $5,000 and two $2,500 awards to four graduating high school seniors for the upcoming school year at a post-secondary institution of their choice.