Is your cybersecurity enough? A law firm recently loses over $200,000 in a social engineering scam.
There are very real risks involved in managing uninsured rental properties. Here's why you should encourage landlords to take out the right insurance.
What the Federal Court decided in a misleading and deceptive conduct case saw an agent charged with underquoting.
Peter Moran of Colin Biggers & Paisley discusses a new NCAT case, following on from his July article: Are you a fit and proper person?
You do everything you can to meet the needs of your clients, but what about your employees? Jenna Sammut, Account Manager at JLT, explains how you can reduce the risk of employee claims.
Two global leaders in insurance explain social engineering scams and what you can do to limit your vulnerability.
Professional indemnity insurance is a legal requirement for real estate agents, but why is it so important?
Agents across NSW have been hit with fines for underquoting. Do you know the laws and your obligations?
The answer is not simply about how you operate now, but is determined by your past and future actions.
Cyber-attacks are growing and without the right protection, your business is at risk.
With so many insurance products on the market, how do you know what cover you need?
Are you using copyright-free images for your social media and website? Find out three things you can you do to avoid potential problems.
After a long battle, the Fair Work Commission has now finalised the four-year review and the new Real Estate Industry Award.
Take a moment to consider the disclaimers you have in place.
Property management claims are on the rise, which is a growing concern for the real estate industry and consumers alike.
Find out what affect the new strata window lock laws will have on strata and property managers.