MEDIA RELEASE: Continuing the trend of recent months, the REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results for June 2020 show that COVID-19 continues to impact the residential rental market.
MEDIA RELEASE: The REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results for May 2020 reveal that vacancies continue to rise across much of New South Wales as COVID-19 disruption continues to impact the residential rental market.
MEDIA RELEASE: REINSW releases its May Residential Vacancy Rate Report.
MEDIA RELEASE: REINSW releases its June 2019 vacancy rate report.
MEDIA RELEASE: Vacancy rates decrease across Sydney while Illawarra increases and Hunter remains stable.
MEDIA RELEASE: March vacancy rate report reveals 0.4 per cent increase in rental vacancies across Sydney.
MEDIA RELEASE: New research reveals 0.5 per cent decrease in rental vacancies across Sydney.
MEDIA RELEASE: Vacancy rates rising due to market surplus as a result of new apartment developments.
MEDIA RELEASE: Sydney rental availability increases according to new REINSW research.
MEDIA RELEASE: Sydney vacancy rates have increased according to October Vacancy Rate Survey.
MEDIA RELEASE: Renters have a spring in their step as warmer weather sees vacancy rates steady across Sydney.
The Residential Tenancies Amendment (Review) Bill 2018 is now in Parliament and public debate has finally commenced.
REINSW's August Vacancy Rate Survey shows rental availability across Sydney is increasing.
The May 2018 REINSW Vacancy Rate Survey results are now out. Find out more.
Renters are on the front foot as Sydney’s residential vacancy rate hits levels last seen in September 2012.
Tim and Leanne are joined by finance specialist Justine McDonald to guide you through the mortgage maze and the changes in the lending space due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MEDIA RELEASE: The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) has announced the finalists for its annual Awards for Excellence.
With the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, agency doors across the real estate industry are opening and sales agents, property managers and operational staff are back at their desks.
In 2018, REINSW made a submission in response to the draft Strata Schemes Management Amendment (Building Defects Scheme) Bill 2018 and, under direction from the REINSW Strata Management Chapter Committee.
Tim and Leanne are joined by NSW Upper House Member, Mark Banasiak. They discuss what Government is currently doing to support the real estate industry, what more needs to be done, and why the property services industry should be removed from NSW Fai
MEDIA RELEASE: There has been a return to stricter controls on Victoria’s property agents as a result of the re-emergence of COVID-19 in Melbourne over the past week.
New ‘duty of care’ laws now make all participants in building work responsible for fixing building defects.
If a residential property sells at auction, there’s no cooling-off period. Nor is there one if a property is passed in, though contracts are exchanged later that same day.
Tim and Leanne are joined by Australia’s leading independent property economist, Dr. Andrew Wilson, to discuss the current state and future prospects of the housing market in New South Wales.
Leading Australian real estate trainer and industry advisor Lee Woodward, will coach you on Value Performance Advertising - the technique of communicating to all prospective sellers that you only get one chance to present your property to the marketp
Following a request by the Treasury’s Coronavirus Business Liaison Unit in regard to suggestions that will support the real estate industry, the Real Estate Institute of Australia’s member Real Estate Institutes surveyed their members.
These days we’re spending more and more time on our computers and meeting virtually via video conferencing. In a new REINSW Webinar, Australian television presenter and producer Lochie Daddo shares his secrets to success when it comes to being on-scr
REINSW’s priority has always been to support our members, and we’re so excited to bring you new benefits during 2020.
Continuing Professional Development has changed. Completing 12 CPD points per year is a thing of the past and all agents need to understand what their obligations are in accordance with their classification in the licensing structure.