http://www.cbc.ca — Harry Janzen, a member of the Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors
is pictured with a recently sold property. (Geoff Howe/Canadian Press)The Competition Bureau says the Canadian Real Estate Association limits consumer choice and forces people to pay for services they might not want in selling a house.The federal agency is seeking to force the realtors' association to change its rules surrounding property sales.The Canadian Real Estate Association owns the Multiple Listing Service, and people who want their homes listed on the MLS system must pay for all the services the association offers, even if they want only a simple basic listing.Do you feel the Canadian Real Estate Association limits competition? Have you had to pay for services you didn't want when listing your home? Take our poll.
Have you paid for services you didn't want when listing your home with MLS?(opinion)
(This poll is not scientific. It is based on readers' votes.)