Over the last two years, REINSW has been working closely with the NSW Government as part of the five-year statutory review of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010.
“Upon the subject of education … I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as people can be engaged in.” So said Abraham Lincoln – and it’s a sentiment we need to embrace as our industry seeks to evolve into a profession
As the NSW Government conducts the five-year review of the Residential Tenancies Act, REINSW harnessed the collective knowledge and experience of members to craft its case for reform.
Digital disruption was the topic for debate and discussion at the 2015 REINSW Industry Summit, where delegates put forward their ideas about how to secure the future fitness of our industry.
The newly elected REINSW President, John Cunningham, shares his vision for members and the wider industry.
REINSW has responded to recommendations for changes to Residential Tenancy Act.
REINSW has made a submission to NSW Fair Trading on long-term residential tenancies.
Lobbying on behalf of members about the issues that matter is at the core of REINSW’s value proposition – and 2016 has undoubtedly been a defining year. Here’s our lobbying report card for the past 12 months.
Agents have recognised the need to increase professional standards as the way forward.
REINSW has made a 19-page submission on the NSW Government proposed reforms to the industry.