Top 5 News Stories of the Month
What’s been making headlines this month in the world of property? Here’s the REIQ’s top five news stories for November, decided by you – our readers.
An extensive OFT investigation led to Stuart James Wright, principal licensee of Three Sista’s Pty Ltd, pleading guilty to 437 offences connected with his management of the Plaza Palms Resort in Manunda. Find out why.
Real estate agents will inevitably make representations to attract potential clients, buyers and/or tenants. These representations may be in writing, and can include pictures, photographs, plans and drawings, a verbal statement or even conduct (gestures and demeanor). Learn how you can avoid falling foul of consumer protection legislation.
Australian Surf IronMan Matt Poole is no stranger to challenges – injuries, sprawls, grueling training hours and tough competition, just to name a few. However, Pooley (as he’s affectionately known by the Australian public) is adding a new challenge to his repertoire – studying a real estate registration course. Find out his motivations for pursuing a career in real estate here.
When it comes to Christmas decorating, nobody wants to be viewed as the Grinch. However, property managers must provide tenants with the following information so they don’t unwittingly breach their tenancy agreement, upset their neighbours, or cause a fire or safety hazard in the lessor’s property.
Peter Camphin is considered to be an industry expert when it comes to developing professional relationships and networking for success. In this exclusive interview series, Mr Camphin explores the importance of developing and maintaining professional relationships, and how real estate professionals can think outside the box to network and meet new and exciting contacts.
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