The union has not been able to demonstrate that the real estate industry suffers widespread disputation between employers and employees, so why register every private employment contract?
A cut in the cash rate will be very important in boosting consumer and business confidence.
Allowing a single company to claim trademark rights to a generic term would unfairly hamper competition, writes Jock Kreitals.
Mongolia is undergoing an economic boom thanks to mining, and there's an urgent need for housing development in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
By listening to business and producing a series of common sense recommendations, the report into foreign investment will help ensure laws are not flouted.
A sunny outlook for the market in south east Queensland in 2015.
If you're looking for an investment that averages 9% growth per decade while actually generating an income, you should think about Manhattan real estate.
Legislation tailored to the realities of the modern real estate profession will simplify transactions and increase transparency.
Why the real estate industry needs a higher qualification that both exhaustively vets and trains candidates
Tips for those entering the property market for the first time.
One of Melbourne's top auctioneers on why he recommends going under the hammer
We've always been policy-focused and politically impartial, but REIV decided to take a stand against the government's deregulation plans to stand-up for our members, and the entire profession.
We're mad about renovating, but be careful not to over-capitalise your home by spending too much money on renovations.
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