Leverage Your Membership
REIC Members are real estate professionals who have met our strong admissions, education and experience requirements and pledge to uphold the Institute’s Code of Professional Standards.
There are two types of REIC Membership:
- Members are graduates who actively hold an REIC designation and have met all program requirements.
- Candidate Members are enrolled in one of our designation programs, and are in the process of earning their designation while maintaining their membership status.
There are many ways for REIC Members to help boost their career or business and succeed in today’s market.
Check Your Member Record
Have you moved or changed jobs? Login to view your member profile and update your contact information. This will ensure that you continue to receive REIC newsletters, governance messages, course updates and other important communication from REIC. This information is for REIC records only.
Update Your Public Profile
Login to update information about your services and keep your website and social media links up to date. Your member profile information appears in the online “Find a Member” Directory. Use this free listing service to secure new business or career opportunities. Enhance your profile to stand out and be found by Members and clients across Canada.
Join Member-Only Facebook Groups
REIC Connect is an online discussion forum exclusively for Members to connect, collaborate and network. Tap into a network of like-minded professionals for timely and relevant discussions, expertise and business referrals.
FRI Members is a group for all FRI Members and Candidates to share knowledge, exchange ideas, gain perspectives, business referrals, and more!
IREM Canada is exclusively for CPM, ARM and ACoM Members and Candidate Members in Canada.
Promote Your Current Membership
At the beginning of each year, after renewing their membership, Members receive a new membership logo (digital file with current year) to promote their membership with REIC. Use the Member logo in your email signature, website or print materials to demonstrate your commitment to your career and high business standards with your clients and / or employer. Contact REIC for further information.
Hone your Leadership Skills
Leadership skills are essential for career or business advancement. Volunteering at the Chapter or National level is a great way to hone your leadership skills, build your network, and expand your industry expertise and knowledge too. Contact REIC or your local chapter for further information.