Entries for the REINSW Awards for Excellence are now open.
REINSW President Leanne Pilkington says the government’s unwillingness to act on stamp duty is outrageous.
A survey last year showed over 60% of real estate agents feel stressed.
It is time for the NSW Government to correct the stamp duty brackets.
Real estate agent selection agencies should be treated the same as financial advisers according to the REIA.
Agents need to move away from their ego and towards the new era of customer experience.
Effective ongoing communication is a key element of successful relationships between buyers’ agents and clients.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left interest rates on hold at 1.50 per cent at the 18th consecutive board meeting.
REINSW has welcomed the proposed reform to address the safety risks posed by combustible cladding.
Property prices ended 2017 on a high according to the latest research from the Real Estate Institute of Australia.
The January 2018 housing finance figures show that lending for housing continues to decline across the board.
Purchasers will have to withhold GST on the purchase price of new residential premises from 1 July 2018.
Housing affordability has declined across the country according to research from the REIA and Adelaide Bank.
The real estate reform Bill that will lift education standards across the real estate profession has been passed.
REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin is warning members to be careful about inaccurate information about the training reforms.
REINSW will be outlining real estate reforms at 2018 Roadshow.
Education standards will lift by 600 per cent as the path to professionalism is progressing.
REINSW has made a submission in response to a Discussion Paper on digital technology and electronic signatures.
What are the pros and cons of disclosing a sale price?
Real estate training reforms passed this week is a generational change and result of REINSW lobbying.