Useful Resources

We've brought together a variety of useful resources including authorities, disclosures, checklists and more to assist real estate agents in their day-to-day practice.

Auction checklist

This helpful checklist should only be used where there is a full understanding of the relevant requirements set out in the Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 (NSW) and the Regulation. Download the checklist >>>

Authority to exchange at auction

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Authority to exchange with cooling-off period

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Authority to receive telephone bids

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Prescribed Conditions of Sale by Auction and Auction Warning Notice

The Prescribed Conditions of Sale by Auction and Auction Warning Notice must be displayed in a conspicuous position where they may be viewed before and during the auction by any person in attendance. Download >>>

Proof of identification checklist

A person who wishes to bid at auction must show proof of identification, which must be recorded by the agent on the confidential bidders record. A checklist has been compiled to assist agents when checking proof of identification, and provides some examples of types of proof of ID. Download the checklist >>>

Section 35 (Notification of a franchising agreement)

Used to notify Fair Trading  within 30 days of entering into a franchising agreement. Download the disclosure >>>

Section 47 (Disclosure to client and prospective buyer of land)

Used to disclose any relationship that the agent may have with a person to whom the agent refers a buyer or seller for professional services. Download the disclosure >>>

Section 49 form (Consent to real estate agent/assistant real estate agent obtaining a beneficial interest in property) 

Where an agent or employed salesperson is concerned with obtaining a beneficial interest in the relevant property, under the Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 (NSW), a section 49 consent must be completed and provided to the vendor. Download the consent form >>>

Section 59 waiver of cooling-off period

The Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 (NSW) provides that there is a cooling-off period for every agency agreement that relates to the sale of residential property or rural land in NSW. This cooling-off period can be waived by signing a waiver. Download the waiver >>>