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Consumers deserve better

(8/12/2018)
The property services industry and its consumers deserve better representation.

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If stamp duty brackets were updated

(1/12/2018)
REINSW calls on NSW Government to update stamp duty brackets.

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REINSW launches petition for Property Services Commissioner

(30/11/2018)
MEDIA RELEASE: REINSW calls on NSW Premier to move property services out from NSW Fair Trading.

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Parliamentary Inquiry and self-regulation

(27/11/2018)
MEDIA RELEASE: Following a request for a Parliamentary Inquiry, REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin responds to Minister Kean's standard accusation that the property services industry is seeking self-regulation.

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The value of property services

(24/11/2018)
Why does the Government department responsible for tattoo parlours and coffee shops govern NSW's most lucrative industry?

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REINSW calls for Parliamentary Inquiry into Fair Trading

(22/11/2018)
MEDIA RELEASE: REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin says a Parliamentary Inquiry is needed to address NSW Fair Trading's poor decisions.

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Five reasons why NSW Fair Trading is the wrong place for property services

(19/11/2018)
The property services industry and its consumers deserve better representation. Here's five reasons why.

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The stamp duty farce

(17/11/2018)
Indexing outdated stamp duty brackets is political grandstanding, says REINSW CEO.

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What does an agent look like?

(10/11/2018)
The true face of real estate is very different to the picture painted by Minister Kean.

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