Are you seeking to reinstate your registration as a real estate salesperson, broker, or sole proprietor? 

There are three steps you must follow:

Step 1: Complete your education requirements

You will have 24 months from the date of termination to apply to reinstate your registration. Before you apply, you must first successfully complete any outstanding education requirements.

Note: If you do not reinstate your registration within 24 months, you will be required to complete the pre-registration requirements once again. You will be treated as a new applicant. 

Step 2: Apply for reinstatement

Complete your reinstatement application for salesperson/broker/sole proprietor, and pay the related fees, in MyWeb.

Note: If your registration has been terminated in excess of sixty (60) days, you are required to obtain a Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check (CRJMC) from your local police service.

Step 3: Purchase insurance coverage

You may also be required to purchase insurance coverage. If you are required to pay the insurance premium, you will be notified by email with instructions to pay on MyWeb once RECO reviews your application. 

The amount you owe, if any, will be based on the date of termination, the date of your application for reinstatement, and whether you have already paid the insurance premium for the current and/or upcoming policy period.