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.
The REINSW Women in Real Estate Conference (WIRE) is returning on 10 March 2021, with registrations open now.
Sherrie Storor says real estate agents are stuck in the eighties and it's time to move on.
Who is REINSW's community partner and why was it chosen?
Find out what happened at WIRE 2019!
These ladies are taking real estate by the horns... and they're doing it with class and conscience.
MEDIA RELEASE: Louisette Geiss, pioneer of the #MeToo movement, is a keynote speaker at the 2019 WIRE conference.
WIRE SERIES: Suzannah Toop took the helm at Toop&Toop with her sister with no experience in real estate. But that didn't stop her.
WIRE SERIES: Jane Huxley explains why you shouldn't take things so personally.
WIRE SERIES: REINSW begins its WIRE 2018 article series with President Leanne Pilkington's take on technology and the future of real estate.
REINSW President Leanne Pilkington spoke at the sold-out Women in Real Estate Business Breakfast Sydney event.
Women under promise and overdeliver, according to Amanda Farmer.
2Day FM radio announcer, Em Rusciano, told the WIRE delegates to never apologise for being ambitious.
REINSW’s 11th annual Women in Real Estate Conference inspired and motivated over 250 women.
It’s the question that is asked of the REINSW Training team every single day. In the past, the answer was simple – just complete 12 points. Now, it’s not some simple and what you need to do to complete your CPD will depend on your qualification.
Professional indemnity insurance and public liability insurance are two policies that every real estate business needs. But do you understand the difference in coverage?
Asking the right questions to uncover your client’s motivation can make all the difference. Here’s how.
With a natural flair for business and a shared love of property, buyers’ agents Mark and Nicky Cadry are making their mark on Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs real estate scene.
Born and bred in a rural town where community spirit was alive and well, Ricky Briggs is naturally driven to help others. Here the finalist in the Community Service category at REINSW's 2020 Awards for Excellence talks about his personal motivation.
The Law Society of NSW has formally recognised the role buyers’ agents play in property sales, following a campaign led by the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales.
Australian house prices are rising at their fastest pace in decades, which has presented many selling agents with a common question - how to keep price guides in line with such unprecedented demand?
After a year of Zoom meetings, online training and Facebook live broadcasts, we’re excited to hit the road once again for the REINSW Roadshow and spend time with members.
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.
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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.