End of dual Agency: bill 5
Since June 10, 2022, the Quebec government has changed the rules for residential real estate brokerage and you will need a buyer's real estate broker to buy your next residential investment (5 units or less). This means that Bill 5 prohibits a real estate broker from representing a buyer and a seller at the same time in a transaction involving a residential building. A real estate broker is supervised by the Quebec real estate brokerage self-regulatory body (OACIQ). He works with his client, must protect his interests and ensure loyalty. Respect for confidential customer information is essential. In a case of dual representation, these obligations cannot be respected and can lead to major conflicts of interest, hence the importance of the establishment of this law.
Solution: The buyer/collaborator broker, such as myself, is there to represent you, listen to your needs, do the research and advise you. I am also available to visit a property with you and make your purchase offer which will be based on the comparables sold and finally, defend your rights and interests with the seller. By working with me, you will be able to benefit from my expertise and my advice for the purchase of your next investment and especially from my resources (benefits price notary, mortgage, inspector, etc...). I also offer notary credit up to $500 and free moving boxes. You have a project ! I am available 7 days a week to answer your questions.
My experience will benefit you! It's up to you!