REINSW has been working with Government on improving electrical safety in all NSW properties due to overall concerns of statistics of electrical fires within NSW households.
Continuing Professional Development has changed and all agents need to understand what their obligations are in accordance with their classification in the licensing structure.
The REINSW Women in Real Estate Conference (WIRE) is returning on 10 March 2021, with registrations open now.
2020 was a year like no other. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was felt across the nation and the real estate industry in New South Wales was certainly not immune. There were challenges and we had to adapt quickly.
In a fitting collaboration, property managers and specialist homelessness services are working together to find positive outcomes for tenants in distress.
REINSW members across the state have come to rely upon the industry’s leading online agreements and forms product – REI Forms Live.
Good record keeping is the backbone to any successful real estate business. Industry insiders are quick to point out there are no excuses for an unprofessional paper trail - even if today’s filing cabinets are all digital.
NSW Parliament passed a package of more than 40 reforms called the Better Business Reforms in 2018. The reforms included new disclosure requirements that came into effect on 1 July 2020.
With two decades of property management expertise under his belt, Anthony Caudullo, Director of Property Management at Crown Group, is at the top of his real estate game.
Northern Beaches’ agents urged to refrain from holding home inspections and on-site auctions this weekend due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
REINSW has sat for many years on an Advisory Committee to assist NSW Fair Trading in developing a Code of Conduct for the short-term rental accommodation (STRA) industry. We have made several submissions, commented on different versions of the Code a
MEDIA RELEASE: The recent decision preventing Owners Corporations from blanket bans on pets in New South Wales apartment buildings, meaning all unit owners can keep pets in their homes, was seen as a big win for animal lovers.
NSW Fair Trading announced on Friday that a compliance team will be inspecting real estate agents and their businesses in the South coast region of NSW from today.
The NSW Government introduced measures earlier this year to provide relief to commercial and residential Landowners, who have provided rent reductions to Tenants experiencing financial distress as a result of COVID-19.
NSW Fair Trading’s authorised officers are currently making random visits at open inspections and auctions across the State, checking compliance safety plans are both in place and being implemented.
Entomologists are warning homeowners - including those looking to sell - to keep an eye out for creepy crawlies with La Niña bringing perfect breeding conditions for insects and spiders over the coming months.
Lyn Kimball is not often lost for words but was shocked when she was announced as the winner of the prestigious Woodrow Weight award at this year’s REINSW Awards for Excellence Gala Evening.
Answering more than 13,000 calls a year, the REINSW Helpline team collectively has over 95 years of practical experience in the real estate industry. Enquiries are confidential, and there’s no limit to the number of times a member can contact them.
Commercial property has long been considered a safe investment because it not only offered reliable income streams and capital gains, but long-term tenants, as NSW's population boomed and real estate remained scarce.
Adaptability. It’s a skill that all property managers need – and, this year, they’ve needed it by the bucket-load! In no area has this been more evident than the use of technology by property managers to meet the needs of landlords and tenants.