Globe and Mail: B.C. real estate watchdog Carolyn Rogers has work to do before leaving

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May 13, 2016 | Mike Hager

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Vancouver MLA David Eby, the opposition housing critic, said the loss of such an experienced regulator could not come at a worse time, as the real estate industry faces impending changes.

“The upside of her going to the federal level, and having fewer attachments at home, is it may make her feel more free to speak the truth about what she’s found – without any fear of any kind of retaliation from any special interests,” Mr. Eby said. “Her successor is going to have to come up to speed very quickly on the issues in the B.C. real estate market and the lack of public confidence in the oversight of realtors who break the rules.”

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