Change to RAHB Rule and Regulation, Section 10 Advertising – 10.03
RAHB Rules and Regulations, Section 10 – Advertising, Sub-section 10.03 has been amended. All RAHB members must comply with all City Bylaws when placing signs on properties. As each Municipality has their own specific times and locations, this amendment clearly outlines that all signs placed on properties must comply with all City Bylaws.
10.03 Signs giving notice of sale, rent, lease, development, exchange or open house shall not be placed on any property by more than one Brokerage, unless authorized by the Seller. Signs may only be erected on locations that conform with municipal and provincial sign legislation, all applicable laws, regulations, codes and bylaws. A Member shall not interfere with another Brokerage’s sign, unless such property is subsequently listed by said Member.
Changes Made to RAHB’s MLS® Marketing Options Policies
RAHB’s MLS® Marketing Options Policies have been amended as shown below due to changes with the listing forms and business rules, which allow users who have been granted broker load privileges to cancel their own listing(s).
1.Members may list:
- A property on the MLS® system on as up to 5 different property information forms types with only one contract being required; the appropriate listing fee for each Property Information Form will apply; or
- Members may list a commercial property on multiple Commercial Property Information Forms with only one contract required provided each form has a different “Commercial Property Type” selected.
8.Multiple Contracts and PIF’s Single Property; when a Sale is being reported on a listing, all additional listings must be cancelled by way of a Cancellation of Listing Agreement signed by the Seller and Broker. The cancellation must be received by RAHB processed the same day as the report of sale or a $100 fine will be levied to the member for each listing. This includes listings offered for