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Beating the stereotype...

Beating the stereotype...

by RETS | March 29, 2019

Real Estate agents often get a bad wrap...Core Logic have put together a list of 8 lessons for impressive service real estate agents can follow to improve their public perception

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When is the new real estate legislation being introduced?

by RETS | March 22, 2019

Since 2016 there has been discussion in the property industry around reforms to the educational requirements for agents. It was originally communicated by NSW Fair Trading that changes to CPD requirements would begin in July 2018, and other changes would flow on after that date. However, these changes have not commenced yet as planned.

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Why tradies make good real estate agents

Why tradies make good real estate agents

by RETS | March 20, 2019

The real estate sector attracts a very diverse range of people. One of the sectors we have considerable interest from are tradies – plumbers, builders, electricians, painters etc. 

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What are some of the things NSW Fair Trading look for when they do on the spot checks?

What are some of the things NSW Fair Trading look for when they do on the spot checks?

by RETS | March 19, 2019

NSW Fair Trading are the regulatory authority for real estate in NSW. As such, they have the authority to audit real estate businesses on the spot.

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So you are looking for a Career in Real Estate in the ACT

So you are looking for a Career in Real Estate in the ACT

by RETS | March 14, 2019

 A real estate agent acts on behalf of their clients to sell, buy, lease or manage property. The property can be residential, industrial, commercial or vacant land. In order to qualify as an entry level real estate agent in the ACT you must be registered and hold a Registration Certificate.  A Registration Certificate is also referred to as a Salesperson Registration.  To obtain a Registration Certificate you must complete a Statement of Attainment course through a Registered Training Organisation. If you wish to operate your own real estate agency, you will need to become a Licencee, by completing a real estate licensing course and lodging your application with the regulatory body in your state/territory.

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