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While there are no formal prerequisite educational requirements required before studying to become a real estate agent, there is a list of personality traits you should have that will make you stand out head and shoulders above the rest of the pack...
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.
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.
Strata managers deal with the management, including financial, maintenance and administrative matters of strata title residential or commercial buildings. The role is complex but a satisfying one, ensuring all the elements of the running of the building are compliant and running smoothly. They also help residents within the building with disputes or issues they may experience.
In 2018 there was much conversation regarding changes to Continued Professional Development (CPD) requirements for NSW Real Estate Agents.
Although reporting on this topic has reduced within the real estate media; as a training organisation we are keeping abreast of what is going on.
The law is changing. New domestic violence provisions in the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 commence on February 28 2019. Tenants who are proven survivors of domestic violence will be able to end their tenancy early without compensation. Other important rules apply that impact on co-tenants. You will also need to tread very carefully with privacy provisions and how you provide references for these tenants.
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 NSW you must hold a Certificate of Registration. To obtain a Certificate of Registration you must complete a Statement of Attainment course through a Registered Training Organisation (like RETS)