Frequently asked questions
How do I become a real estate professional?
The first step to becoming a licensed real estate professional in NB can be found at NBREA.
How do I become a Member of Greater Moncton REALTORS® du Grand Moncton?
You can call Member Services at 506-857-8200 ext 1 for more information on how to proceed after you are a licensed salesperson or for professionals providing real estate services as a Real Estate Lawyer, Property Appraiser, Property Inspector, Mortgage Lender and Property Insurer.
Can you help me find a real estate professional, home inspector, lender or other service to work with?
To find a real estate professional who is a Member of our Board, please visit Our Members.
Can you provide me with statistical information on my neighbourhood or Greater Moncton area?
To see general marketplace statistics visit our Statistics page or our most recent Residential Stats Release. For more specific property statistics, please contact a marketplace specialist by searching here.
Who do I talk to if I have questions about a property I have listed on the MLS® System?
If you have any questions about a property you have for sale, please contact the Salesperson that you are in a contract with; your REALTOR®. If they are unavailable or cannot answer your questions, please contact the Manager of the Office they work at.
Are Real Estate Salespeople regulated in New Brunswick?
Yes, Real Estate professionals must hold a license to work with buyers and sellers. In addition, licensees must be a Member of the New Brunswick Real Estate Association (NBREA).
How do start a real estate career?
The first step to becoming a real estate professional in NB is to acquire a license, find more information from FCNB.
Are there higher standards for REALTORS®?
REALTORS® are all Members of the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) which requires them to subscribe to a high standard of professional service and to a strict code of ethics, the REALTOR® Code.