Tag Archive: real estate valuation

The Pricing Dilemma – An Agent’s View

Posted on December 7, 2009 by | 5 Comments
OPINIONby Chris WarrenLicenced Real Estate Agent Chris@RemaxColonial.com.au   Chris Warren is a Licensed Real Estate agent with over 20 years’ experience, providing real estate services to consumers on Brisbane’s inner southside. He was recently quoted in a submission to the Estate Agents Council of Victoria concerning real estate agent appraisals and the pricing of real estate, and wrote this article in response to a request for his opinion on the problems associated with the valuing...

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REIV Pricing Ploy Relies On Lies

Posted on October 25, 2009 by | 24 Comments
by Peter Mericka B.A., LL.BReal Estate LawyerQualified Practising Conveyancer VictoriaDirector Lawyers Real Estate Pty Ltd   We now have the REIV inventing, and forcing its own legislation on real estate consumers. When will journalists, regulators, lawyers and consumers start thinking for themselves instead of simply watching Enzo Raimondo and the crew at the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) make fools of them. It’s time to put vendors and purchasers back in control, and to...

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Call For Urgent Change

Posted on August 21, 2009 by | 1 Comment
OPINIONby George RousosDirectorIndustry Training Consultantsgeorge@itc.nsw.edu.au   After receiving glowing support from my clients and colleagues, it was now time to take decisive action by requesting to the NSW Minister- The Hon. Virginia JUDGE, BEd MP that urgent amendments to real estate laws in NSW be introduced in parliament. What follows is my letter to the Minister, written after my reading of the following article which appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald: Watchdog raids real estate...

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