Toronto Real Estate Board gives go-ahead to agents to post selling prices of properties online
The Toronto Real Estate Board has confirmed it will allow its members to publish the selling prices of properties on their websites by Oct. 22 at the latest, and it expects other boards to change their practices as well.
But TREB will continue to monitor how its 50,000 brokers and agents are using sold information.
On Tuesday, the board issued its first explicit response to its members on how it will proceed after the Supreme Court dismissed its application to appeal an earlier ruling by the Competition Tribunal. That ruling said TREB must allow its members to post sold data on their websites as long as consumers have a password to access the information.