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CPD Points How many CPD points must I accrue each year? In accordance with the Regulations, at least three mandatory and seven elective points must be acquired each calendar year. These points must be obtained by undertaking educational activities approved by Consumer Protection. The mandatory and...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The CPD program is compulsory professional development training for the real estate and business broking industries in Western Australia. All real estate agents and business agents are required to participate in the program and acquire 10 CPD points each calendar year. All sales representatives,...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) program is designed to increase the knowledge, skills and professionalism of those working in the real estate and business broking industries. The aim of the program is to increase consumer protection and promote consumer confidence in the real estate...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (the Act) imposes serious obligations on the real estate industry and the way it operates. Failing to meet those obligations can result in the Department issuing an infringement notice, prosecuting offending licence holders before a Court, or initiating...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The proactive compliance program assists agents in complying with legislative requirements, identifying and rectifying areas of risk, and providing advice to agents. This is achieved through voluntary agency visits and industry seminars. Proactive compliance visits The visits are designed to...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
The Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 requires people wanting to work in Western Australia as a real estate and business sales representative to be registered. A sales representative must work under the supervision of a licensed real estate and business agent . Registration requirements To...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
To apply for a partnership or firm licence: all of the natural persons, if any, by whom the firm is constituted and all of the directors of, and all of the persons concerned in the management or control of, any body corporate by which the firm is constituted are persons of good character and repute...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
To apply for a body corporate real estate or business agent licence: all of the directors of the body corporate and all of the persons concerned in the management or conduct of the body corporate, must be persons of good character and repute and be persons who are fit to be directors of, or...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
To apply for an individual real estate agent or business agent licence, applicants must: be at least 18 years old; be a person of good character and repute and a fit and proper person to hold a licence (see below); have access to sufficient assets and financial resources enabling them to comply...
Real estate agents and sales representatives
Real estate and business agents licensing, registration and code of conduct In Western Australia, individuals , partnerships or companies wishing to operate as real estate or business agents are required, under the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 , to be licensed and hold a current...
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<<Date>> The Trust and Audit Team Registration and Monitoring Branch Consumer Protection Department of Commerce Locked Bag 14 Cloisters Square Perth WA 6850 By email : audits@commerce.wa...
Consumer Protection
Template
18 Feb 2015
Manuals and online assessment for mandatory CPD 2012 for r eal estate agents, business brokers and sales representatives. You should download and read the manual before doing the assessment. The...
Consumer Protection
Training material
06 May 2015
Portable swimming pool safety considerations Q. What are some of the safety issues associated with portable swimming pools? A. Drowning of young children under five years of age in portable pools is...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
12 Feb 2015
Choosing a buyer’s agent when buying residential property While you are probably familiar with real estate agents who represent a seller in a real estate transaction, you may not be so familiar with...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
10 Feb 2015
5 February 2015 Key points to remember For security bonds held in a financial institution in relation to residential tenancy agreements which commenced prior to 1 July 2013, Consumer Protection urges...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
18 Jun 2015
23 January 2015 Amendments have been gazetted in the Government Gazette of 20 January 2015 to amend the Form 1AC Information for Tenants and Form 1AD Information for Tenant with Non-written Tenancy...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
18 Jun 2015
5 January 2015 Consumer Protection expects agents will be preparing their business trust account records for the audit period, 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2014 for submission to their auditor...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
18 Jun 2015
5 September 2014 The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) will soon be contacting business name holders, who have not renewed their business name registration, about its intention...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
18 Dec 2014
24 September 2014 As of 30 September 2014, the Property Industries Directorate, as well as Bonds Administration, will be located at Gordon Stephenson House in Perth and the Licensing Branch will be...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
10 Jun 2015
9 July 2014 In May 2014 the Commissioner for Consumer Protection, Anne Driscoll, released a position paper proposing that government deregulate the fees charged by settlement agents and land valuers...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
10 Jun 2015

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