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: REINSW has recognised outstanding achievements, crowning the winners of its 2021 REINSW Awards for Excellence.
From his first day in the real estate industry, Will Gosse knew he had found his place. But far from the traditional path of sales or property management, he’s forged is own path in management to become a business owner and industry leader.
MEDIA RELEASE: After dropping for four consecutive months, the REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results for September 2021 show that residential rental vacancies in Sydney are once again on the rise.
RESIDENTIAL SALES CHAPTER DRIVEN CONTENT: Although underquoting is illegal and can attract hefty fines, agents say it still happens in NSW. Fair Trading has fined over 200 agents in excess of $500,000 for deliberately understating a property's value.
06/10/2021 | Residential Sales Chapter driven content.
AGENCY SERVICES CHAPTER DRIVEN CONTENT: Although an end to NSW’s lockdown is in sight, REINSW believes key workers in the real estate industry, who live in areas of concern, should not be expected to wait until “freedom day” just to do their job.
05/10/2021 | Agency Services Chapter driven content.
MEDIA RELEASE: Six finalists battled it out on Tuesday evening at this year’s REINSW Novice Auctioneers Competition (NAC) Final. The NAC is a platform for the state’s would-be and up-and-coming auctioneers to try their hand at auctioneering.
The internet permeates every aspect of our lives, both personally and professionally, and harnessing the power of your online presence can help build your business.
Are digital signatures the same as electronic signatures? The short answer is “no”. They are different. Here we explain how they differ and what all agents need to know about using them.
MEDIA RELEASE: House prices have inflated by a whopping 18.4% over the year to June 2021, the latest Real Estate institute of Australia’s (REIA), Real Estate Market Facts has found.
If you are currently an Assistant Agent and have more than 12 months’ experience, you need to upgrade to your Real Estate Licence by completing a Certificate IV qualification.
Daunted by technology? You don’t have to be. Kylie Walsh explains why and outlines the things you need to consider when deciding what tech to implement in your business.
MEDIA RELEASE: The REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results for August 2021 show that residential rental vacancies in Sydney have dropped for the fourth consecutive month.
Rental affordability improved marginally across Australia by 0.3 percentage points over the June quarter, the latest quarterly Housing Affordability report by the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has found.