With the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal announced that all hearings will now be held by phone.
In a case of a balcony in need of repair vs. owners corporation, the NCAT decision will surprise you.
Your guide to understanding NCAT and preparing your case.
As more cases are deferred to Local Court, property managers are limited in their ability to support their clients.
MEDIA RELEASE: REINSW says there's a simple fix to the NCAT jurisdiction issue – but the NSW Government won't make it.
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal developed a new resource that explains the rights and obligations of parties.
The High Court has ruled NCAT doesn't have jurisdiction where one or more of the parties to the dispute are interstate.
NCAT has updated its strata application form to include orders about the new window safety device requirements.
The Attorney General will be involved in a special NCAT hearing on 12 April 2018 involving the out of state case issue.
Interstate parties to a residential tenancies dispute can now have the matter heard and resolved at NCAT.
NCAT will hold its last hearing on 22 December 2017 for all Divisions except for the Guardianship Division.
REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin has labelled legislative changes to NCAT as unsatisfactory.
Does strata's new legislation have a potential loophole that allow lot owners to ignore NCAT orders?
Electronic evidence can be presented at a NCAT hearing.
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which handles disputes between tenants and landlords, currently has no jurisdiction if one party lives in another state.
MEDIA RELEASE: The REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results for March 2021 show that vacancies in Sydney are once again on the rise.
International Women’s Day celebrates the tremendous efforts by female leaders around the world in shaping a more equal future.
Driven by her passion for the industry and dedication to nurturing lifelong client relationships, Maria Eveleigh has thrived as a property manager and built a rewarding career based on service excellence.
A red-hot market may appear to be a real estate agent’s dream, but most are still working harder than ever in the pandemic property boom.
Entered into by The Law Society of New South Wales and the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales on behalf of their members.
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MEDIA RELEASE: As we await the economic fallout of the end of JobKeeper, the Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) has devised a way for retail businesses to save thousands of dollars at a time when they need all the help they can get.
MEDIA RELEASE: Throughout the pandemic, landlords have provided support for tenants unable to pay rent and now, despite the NSW Government again claiming it is supporting tenants and landlords, the COVID Recovery Bill leaves both hanging out to dry.
This year, we’re putting wellness in the spotlight. Robyn Gleeson explains why every agency should adopt an attitude of wellness and implement strategies to care for their team. Why? Because the benefits are endless!
While many residential sales agents are reaping the rewards of a post-pandemic real estate boom, property managers are still reeling from a 12-month rollercoaster of anxious landlords, tense tenants and lost listings.
Property managers who fail to supply tenants with a building’s strata by-laws, are risking a hefty fine – even if they are not at fault for the breach.
MEDIA RELEASE: The Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) has urged the NSW Lower House to follow the lead of the Upper House and pass the Property Services Council Bill to help prevent real estate-related disputes and deliver better consumer outcomes
The team at SJ Shooter Real Estate in Dubbo have taken their vibrant independent agencies from a small bedroom office to being a leading regional agency in just five years.
In a sellers’ market it is not uncommon to see an increase in homes selling prior to auction day. But due to such high demand in some markets, auction campaigns are being fast-tracked.
MEDIA RELEASE: The REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results for February 2021 show that the residential rental market across New South Wales remains unpredictable.
It was great to be back this week with REINSW’s first live event for 2021 - the 14th Women in Real Estate Conference (WIRE) which took place at Doltone House to coincide with International Women’s Day celebrations.