REIQ Journal – 21 October
FROM THE CEO:
As these unprecedented and uncertain times continue, steady and capable leadership is more important than ever. We don’t know what our world, or our industry for that matter, will look like in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, but we are certain that it will be different from how it looked only a few months ago. The way real estate professionals, consumers and governments operate is certain to change, though we don’t know how much or how quickly. Our industry’s ability to react and shift will be critical. One of the benefits, and responsibilities, of your REIQ membership is electing the board members who help shape the peak body’s strategic plan and more. These individuals will guide our industry through and out of the current crisis and, it’s anticipated, into a future that’s thriving with real estate activity across thriving local communities within a thriving world once more. We need and appreciate your participation in the 2020 election. There’s still time to cast your votes, which close this Friday. 23 October, 2020 at 12pm so make sure you have your say and help shape the future of the REIQ. As a key stakeholder in the REIQ, your vote matters – so to cast your vote, simply access the link sent through by Link Market Limited. And don’t forget to register for our Annual General Meeting being held on Friday, 30 October, 2020 at 12pm. Due to prevailing conditions, we will be conducting this year’s meeting virtually. I encourage you to join us – so register now online (click here). I look forward to seeing many of you there.
IN OTHER NEWS:
- REIQ Members can now access post-moratorium resources from the Members Portal.
IN THIS EDITION of the reiq journal:
- Commercial Agents’ Obligations Revisited
- Queensland Residential Construction “Red Hot”
- JobKeeper 2.0 – The Alternative Tests
- Are You Prepared For Bushfire Season?
- What the Budget Means for Queensland Property
- Managing Stress as a Small Business Owner
- More Creek Than Coast: Rural Queensland Property on the Rise