Times are challenging and there’s no part of the real estate industry that’s not being impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
As COVID-19 continues to have an enormous impact on the property industry, we are aware that there is currently a lack of clarity regarding how auctions can be conducted.
Smoke alarms are critical, life-saving devices that provide an early warning of the presence of smoke and fire. This is why they’re compulsory in all residential properties, including rental premises.
Further clarfication from NSW Fair Trading. Essentially this is an issue of interpretation of the Public Health Order and it appears that the 2 person rule is irrelevant to the issue of inspections.
Wage subsidy to the value of $130 billion, impacting around 6 million workers. The payment will ensure eligible employers (including not-for-profits) and employees stay connected while some businesses move into hibernation.
In the Federal Government announcements last night, and subsequently this afternoon, further social distancing measures were announced to slow the spread of COVID-19.
New measures and restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19, REINSW welcomes clarification relating to the ban placed on public attendance at auctions and open house inspections.
The NSW Parliament has passed legislation giving the NSW Government the power to ban evictions for six months, whilst the Federal Government is contemplating rent freeze
Industry Reforms, it’s a term that’s been thrown about for years – now it's time to understand what they really mean
Water. It’s a precious commodity. And it can be expensive – which explains why landlords are keen to pass usage charges on to their tenants whenever possible. But, in the past, charging tenants for water usage has been anything but simple.