MEDIA RELEASE: The Reserve Bank of Australia’s move to cut official interest rates to 0.10% at its November board meeting has been welcomed by the Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW).
MEDIA RELEASE: REIA says first home buyers are winners with new rate cut.
MEDIA RELEASE: No change to interest rates as we head into the holiday season.
MEDIA RELEASE: As housing prices continue to correct, RBA takes a "lower for longer" approach to interest rates.
Many banks are adjusting their rates, despite RBA keeping interest rate at 1.5 per cent.
REINSW president, Leanne Pilkington, comments on the RBA's decision to keep interest rates at 1.50 per cent.
Interest rates have been kept on hold at the Reserve Bank of Australia’s June board meeting.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept interest rates on hold at 1.50%
The Reserve Bank of Australia has left interest rates on hold at 1.50 per cent at the 18th consecutive board meeting.
The Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep interest rates on hold at 1.50 per cent at the March board meeting.
Reserve Bank of Australia board members have decided to leave interest rates at 1.50 per cent.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept the status quo at its last board meeting of 2017, with interest rates remaining on hold at 1.50%
The RBA has backed the favourite at its November board meeting keeping interest rates on hold at 1.50 per cent.
The RBA has kept interest rates steady at 1.50 per cent at its October 2017 board meeting.
RBA keeps interest rates at record low of 1.50 per cent.
MEDIA RELEASE: With Budget figures showing stamp duty from property transactions has contributed over $9 billion to the NSW economy, it’s time for Government to work cooperatively with an industry that’s officially the state’s biggest revenue source.
A pilot program to allow a limited number of international students to return to Sydney has been welcomed by the REINSW as critical for the rental market recovery.
MEDIA RELEASE: The rental market in Sydney’s Inner Ring suburbs recorded its best performance since the start of the COVID-19, with vacancy rates falling to 3.3 percent last month.
With less than 5 days to go now, REINSW is urging the NSW Parliament to pass the Property Services Council Bill 2021 to help prevent real estate related disputes and deliver better consumer outcomes.
Winter has long been seen as the least popular time to sell a home, but strong competition, lack of stock and low interest rates are tipped to keep up current momentum throughout the cooler months.
MEDIA RELEASE: The weighted average capital city median price for both houses and other dwellings has increased at the highest rate in a decade, the latest Real Estate Institute of Australia's Real Estate Market Facts report has found.
REIA MEDIA RELEASE: Housing affordability improved in New South Wales and South Australia, remained steady in Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory but declined in Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
From a young age, Simone Luxford, Director at Essential Property Wealth, was intrigued with how to create wealth from property and has gone on to build her own successful property portfolio.
Five years after landmark reforms were introduced, the strata framework in New South Wales is once again under review. Here’s how REINSW has responded to the NSW Government’s call for input.
With well in excess of 5000 days under his belt as REINSW’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim McKibbin is a formidable force. Here we look at the man who is leading the real estate profession into the next decade with passion and gusto.
Lodging rental bonds online has improved the efficiency of settling funds making it easier for both agents and tenants, according to NSW Fair Trading.
For the past 10 years, REINSW has relentlessly lobbied Government to remove our Industry from NSW Fair Trading and establish a dedicated Property Services Commissioner instead. We need your help to get the message to your local MPs without delay.
In a submission to the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner, REINSW has proposed the introduction of a standard retail lease as a “natural evolution” of the Retail Leases Act 1994 (NSW).
Yes, a tenant can make certain changes of a “minor nature” to the premises.
Commission charges vary across NSW with Sydney already home to the lowest fees due to the sheer number of agents on the ground.