Updated: Jun 3, 2021
Do the clauses in Ontario real estate forms confuse you? You’re not alone!
It’s my hope that someday Humber, RECO and OREA can get together to offer these plain language forms within the course itself because they really are the bee’s knees.
If Ontario real estate forms confuse you, read these OREA plain language forms.
The deeper you get into the Humber Real Estate Program, the more involved the training gets. Part of the more in-depth lessons involved becoming familiar with the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) forms. These are the forms that you will likely be using once you become a licensed real estate agent in Ontario. But these forms are also some of the toughest parts of the real estate program to understand as a student! One day I found these forms online - they are called ‘Plain Language Forms’ and are used to explain the clauses in each form, in PLAIN ENGLISH, written in red font inside each PDF. You can click the links below to download each form provided by OREA and the Toronto Real Estate Board for your own personal study use only. It’s SO helpful how OREA and The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) has explained each clause in detail. I wish Humber had used these plain language forms in the actual course! It would have saved me a ton of time trying to understand clauses: