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REINSW’s Roadshow is back and starts May 2

6 April 2017
The REINSW Roadshow will soon be visiting a town near you with a program packed with industry information and networking opportunities.

Industry leaders will talk about key industry issues, the Real Estate Industry Award, training reform, retail leases, new technology, a market update and much more. 

There will also be a Q&A on current issues and legislation. 

The Roadshow will be visiting 19 locations around NSW starting with Dubbo on 2 May and ending in the Sydney CBD on 15 August. For more information and to register, click here.
Who are the speakers?
You will hear from:

Q&A Panel: Debate key industry issues
REINSW President John Cunningham and REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin will discuss legislative and regulatory change and key industry issues, including strata reform, Residential Tenancies Act review, training reform and the industry becoming a profession. 

Workplace relations landscape
REEF CEO Bryan Wilcox looks at how to become better equipped to deal with the changing workplace relations landscape following the review of the Real Estate Industry Award.

Introduction to training reforms
Scheduled to become law later this year, the overhaul of training requirements will impact on every agent and agency. Andrew Gavrielatos, NSW Fair Trading Assistant Commissioner, will cover what they mean for you.

Your market update
From housing demand, interest rates and changing consumer behaviour, find out where the market is heading in 2017.

REA Group Chief Economist Nerida Conisbee will be presenting at Penrith, Albury, Newcastle, Wollongong, Dee Why and Sydney.

Eliza Owen, Commercial property market analyst for CoreLogic and a freelance economic reporter, will be presenting at Blacktown, Hornsby, Gymea and the Central Coast.

Changing the way we interact
Derek Taylor from will demonstrate the way technology is changing how agents and consumers interact in 2017. 

Retail leases
The Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner will talk about the key changes to the Retail Leases Act 1994 (NSW) and how they will affect you.