Real Estate Institute of the ACT (REIACT)
On the REIACT web site you’ll find a range of information – from the benefits of Institute membership for industry professionals to industry news, handy hints for home buyers and pointers to your local Real estate Agent.
ACT Registrar Generals office
The Registrar Generals’ office receives, registers and provides access to titles for land and transactions with land under legislation. The office provides a land titles searching facility which provides access to ownership, encumbrance and survey data for all registered land in the ACT. The website features access to online forms, online information sheets, online manuals and bulletins, and a complete list of fees and charges.
ACT Revenue Office
The ACT Revenue Office assists the ACT Government to develop a simple and equitable tax system for the ACT and to implement administrative and regulatory processes for the collection of revenue which are efficient and cost effective for the Government and taxpayers. The website provides detailed information on the first home owners grant, home concessions, and duties on property purchases, land tax, and rates.
Information on landlord and tenant information, buying a government property, your first home, financial assistance and public housing. The website provides information on the regulations, permits and licenses which apply to building or renovating your home or dwelling. The site also details The Canberra Plan including the Canberra Social Plan, the Economic White Paper and the Canberra Spatial Plan.
Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW)
The Institute was founded in 1910 by a group of estate agents dedicated to fostering and maintaining professional standards and ethical business practice in the industry. Since that time the Institute has grown into one of the largest and most comprehensive real estate organisations in Australia.
Members benefit from the range of professional services the Institute offers and although the market is constantly changing, the REINSW website is designed to keep members abreast of essential changes to legislation and market information.
Land and Property Information
LPI is the key provider of land and property information for NSW. LPI provides mapping, titling, valuation, survey and related land information services to individuals, businesses, government agencies and non profit organisations throughout NSW, Australia and internationally.
NSW Office of State Revenue
OSR administers State taxation, collects revenue, outstanding fines and penalties, develops policy and implements legislation relating to State taxation for and on behalf of the
people of NSW.
Real Estate Institute of QLD (REIQ)
Formed in 1918 the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) is the State’s peak professional association for the real estate industry and exists to support member real estate agents with information, products and resources that complement their business practices, which in turn ensures professional service for the public.
Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
NRM&E plays a critical role in stewardship of Queensland’s natural resources. The department manages and allocates the State’s land, water, mineral and petroleum resources, and manages native vegetation and the control of pest plants and animals.
QLD Office of State Revenue
The Office of State Revenue (OSR) is a semi-autonomous office within the Queensland Treasury portfolio and is responsible for the administration of the taxation aspects of Queensland Treasury’s revenue program.
Property Review is a subscription-free publication and is targeted at anyone with an interest in property, from investors and home buyers, to property professionals, investment advisors, agents, developers, property trusts and investments banks. The publication is an independent online property news service delivering a comprehensive news service. The service is edited and written by some of Australia’s foremost editors and leading journalists.
Allhomes has comprehensive information on what is for sale and rent in the ACT region and south coast, together with detailed past sales and block information for ACT properties.
Domain makes the buying or selling process easy by searching through thousands of properties – whether you’re looking for property to buy or rent, or even share and holiday accommodation. There also email alert services, as well as information on home loans and insurance.
Realestate is an Australian company that provides Internet and technology services to the real estate industry, online property listings and related services to the Australian public. Realestate.com provides a medium for real estate agents to advertise their listings on the Internet and for potential buyers to search for properties. The company also provides a full range of Internet services to real estate agents including web design, development and hosting.
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