You must not do anything for a client until they appoint you in writing. Find out about the types of appointment and what they permit you to do.
You must be clear and upfront when charging a commission. Find out the rules, including what you need to tell the client in advance.
A buyer must get a cooling-off period of 5 business days. Find out about what conditions apply and what the buyer must do to cancel the contract.
You must follow specific rules when conducting an auction. Find out about setting a reserve price, registering bidders and accepting vendor bids.
You must disclose certain interests, including if you stand to personally gain from a property sale. Find out what to disclose and how to disclose it.
You must include a warning statement in the text of your sale contract. Find out what the statement must say and where to include it.
You may not mislead your clients about the estimated value of their property. Find out what you must and must not do when doing a valuation.
Property agents can be deceived in identity fraud scams. Find out how to recognise warning signs, manage the risks and respond if it happens.
Learn the rules for subdividing, selling land and buying or selling off the plan. Find out how the rules have changed, and what you need to do.
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