The Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (SREC) regulates education and registration for the real estate profession in the province. The Association for Saskatchewan REALTORS® (ASR) delivers this education on behalf of the Commission.
Please be advised that effective November 30, 2018, the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission’s (Commission) mandatory education program will no longer be offered by the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS®. Effective January 7, 2019, the Commission is launching their new education program with a new provider, UBC Sauder School of Business (UBC). Students who have purchased but not completed their courses with ASR will have until March 25, 2019, to complete any outstanding exams after which, they will have to re-purchase the course from UBC and take the exam through them.
To see information on UBC, their courses, policies, etc., or for any education questions, please click here.
Before you can become a member of the Association of Regina REALTORS® Inc. and call yourself a REALTOR® you must follow the proper step below.
Already completed your licensing education with SREC: Click.
Not yet completed your licensing education with SREC: Click.
SREC, New Application or Re-instatement Application: Click.
Requirements for eligibility:
Effective January 1, 2019, students will be required to satisfy the following English Language Proficiency Requirement (“ELPR”) prior to registering for the first examination:
Proof of Canadian high school graduation at which English is the primary language of instruction;
Achieving a level 7 or higher on each of the four components (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) of the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program – General (“CELPIP-G”) test on the same test score report (scores from multiple test attempts cannot be combined);
Graduation from a recognized university Bachelor’s degree or higher degree program at an accredited university, college, or technical institute at which English is the primary language of instruction; OR
Licensed for real estate services in another Canadian jurisdiction with English language standards and have satisfied that jurisdiction’s English language requirements.
If you have already satisfied the ELPR, this change does not affect you.
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