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Real Estate & Property Services

START A CAREER IN REAL ESTATE - CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice - THE NEW AGENTS REPRESENTATIVE COURSE.

As of October 2020, The CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice is the qualification to work as an Agents Representative which is prescribed by the Victorian Business Licensing Authority. Once you have gained your Agents Representative Certification and a Police check, you are able to work under a Licensed Estate Agent and undertake a range of tasks across real estate sales, property management, business broking and buyer's advocacy.

The training is offered by most nationally accredited RTO's. The REIV is the industry body for Real Estate in Victoria and offer this course both online and classroom. To find out on course details, pricing and duration - View the details via https://reiv.com.au/training/cpp41419

To ensure you are eligible to complete the training, visit CAV website for further information.

REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY SPECIALISTS 

As specialist real estate recruiters, we guide our clients to unearth outstanding talent within all facets of real estate including property managers, sales, administration and operations. With real estate at the core of our business and our people, we provide real estate training and onsite consulting on a strategic level to respond to structural changes and future-proof for success.

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT - CHANGES TO THE RENTING LAWS

With digitalisation and technology at the top of our game and covid-19 rental laws, real estate and property management has vastly changed and will continue with the consistent demand and changes. Property management tasks have been divided across majority of real estate offices to support property managers. These include leasing, property management administration, assistant property managers, maintenance managers, inspection managers, clients managers and business development managers. 

As property managers are in high demand for employers, it is vital for employers to recognise the support that is required to enable them to provide exceptional service to both Renters and Rental Providers.

On March 29 2021, the current rental legislation will change with 132 new rental reforms. If you are a rental provider (landlord) or estate agent, it is important that you understand what you need to do to prepare for the new laws. Below are links to consumer affairs to help you prepare.

https://www.consumer.vic.gov.au/housing/renting/changes-to-renting-laws/resources-for-practitioners/rental-providers-and-estate-agents-getting-ready-for-the-new-renting-laws

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