Real Estate is...
The Real Estate industry is an exciting and exceptionally rewarding career that can create fantastic opportunities for those who are goal-driven and enjoy helping others achieve their real estate dreams.
If you possess solid people skills, enthusiasm and a strong work ethic the real estate industry could be the career path you are seeking.
With the right training and qualifications, you are setting yourself up for the many rewarding career opportunities, the industry has to offer including jobs in property sales, property management and leasing, both commercial or residential. You may want to start in an administration role within an agency or even wish to start your own real estate business.
At Under the Hammer Training, we are here to assist you in the transition into your new and exciting career.
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When are the new property industry laws starting?
- It is currently anticipated that the new laws will be in place in mid 2018.
Who will it affect?
New industry entrants, Fully Licensed Agents and Licensees in Charge.
New industry entrants applying for a certificate of registration will need to complete three additional competency units from the Certificate IV qualification. This would increase the total units required for entry to seven (7).
Applicants for an agent’s licence are already required to complete a Certificate IV level qualification. The reforms will also require an applicant to have 12 months' practical industry experience.
Applicants for the new 'licensee in charge' category will need to:
- complete a diploma and have at least 2 years' practical experience as an agent under the supervision of a 'licensee in charge', or
- hold a Certificate IV and an equal qualification in business management.
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For more information about the proposed changes and for updates on the progress of the proposed reforms, read the Real estate and property industry reforms page or Frequently Asked Questions page on the Office of Fair Trading’s website.