Greg is CEO at Real Estate Institute South Australia.
The REISA Awards are South Australia’s Night of Nights for real estate professionals.
The Real Estate Institute of South Australia stopped printing and selling documentation in hard copy more than three years ago.
The South Australian government now requires that residential property managers in the state will need to be licensed.
Greg Troughton is calling for interested parties to submit their feedback to the REISA about third-party real estate operators, in preparation for a submission to the ACCC.
The best measure of an agent is their ability to accurately appraise a property's value, says Greg Troughton, CEO REISA.
See a demonstration of property software Docusign at one of two sessions on Friday 2 September.
The REISA will support privatisation of the Lands Title Office if it satisfies the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA), the Law Society of South Australia and the Registrar General.
The REISA has successfully lobbied the SA government to allow electronic documentation in real estate.
The Electronic Transactions Act which previously exempted real estate transactions has now been amended.
Removing negative gearing is an overtly eastern states policy, being forced on South Australian home owners, renters and investors because of large increases in house prices in Australia’s two largest capital cities.
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