NSW Fair Trading's Proof of Identity Checklist will help you maintain client security.
REINSW recently prepared a Submission condemning NSW Fair Trading's proposal to de-license auctioneers.
Magistrate of the NSW State Coroner's Court makes recommendations to improve fire safety in homes that echo changes proposed by REINSW.
The NSW Government commits to paperless conveyancing in a decision that will revolutionise the real estate industry.
We consume and use music to enhance our client's experience. But do you have permission to benefit from someone else's work?
25 per cent of NSW homes do not have a working smoke alarm. Does your rental property meet legislative requirements?
How will changes to electronic consent legislation affect you?
Some of the most important reforms to real estate practice in over 30 years will be introduced later this year.
Have you ever wondered the answers to the questions property managers most frequently ask?
REINSW has held 30 meetings and lodged seven submissions in response to the proposed amends to the RTA.
The High Court has ruled NCAT doesn't have jurisdiction where one or more of the parties to the dispute are interstate.
More than 70% of Northern Beaches real estate agents inspected were fined over $25,000 after a NSW Fair Trading compliance blitz.
REINSW has welcomed the proposed reform to address the safety risks posed by combustible cladding.
Purchasers will have to withhold GST on the purchase price of new residential premises from 1 July 2018.
REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin has labelled fire safety obligations imposed on real estate agents as dangerous and unfair.
The real estate reform Bill that will lift education standards across the real estate profession has been passed.
Are you using copyright-free images for your social media and website? Find out three things you can you do to avoid potential problems.
REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin is warning members to be careful about inaccurate information about the training reforms.
A 2017 edition of the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Land has been released.
Legislative updates to the Planning Act begin on 1 March 2018.