The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales is the peak industry body for real estate agents and property professionals in NSW. The largest and most influential association of its kind in NSW, REINSW represents thousands of agents across the state. With a track record and reputation for delivering valued products and services, REINSW promotes and responds to the changing needs of members and boasts over 100 years of experience.
To be recognised as the leading professional association for real estate professionals and to be acknowledged as absolutely integral to the business and careers of members.
To provide an indispensable toolkit for the professional growth of members and the betterment of their businesses.
By positioning REINSW as the undisputed industry authority with government, media and consumers, ensure that consumers positively discriminate in favour of member agencies.
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The corporate governance of REINSW is vested in a Board of Directors, who are elected every two years by members. View the Board of Directors >>>
REINSW chapters allow members to discuss common problems, address topical matters of special relevance to their chosen field, monitor industry developments, and consider government initiatives and changes. Most Chapters have a regular email updates sent to them containing up-to-date news, details of free webinars, and articles written by leading agents and others. There are dedicated chapter sections on this website containing loads of chapter specific resources and information. Learn more >>>
All REINSW members are bound by the Constitution, which sets out the fundamental principles and rules by which REINSW is governed. View the Constitution >>>
All REINSW members are bound by a Code of Complaints and Discipline. The Code is the Occupational Associations (Complaints and Discipline) Code. Any person may make a complaint (including the occupational association and the council). View the Code for Complaints and Discipline >>>
All REINSW members are bound by a Code of Ethics and Practice. The Code is a public statement of the principles, values and behaviour expected of members. The objective of the Code is to promote and encourage a high standard of ethical practice by members in their dealings with other members, other agents, their employers and members of the public. View the Code of Ethics and Practice >>>
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