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The official website of the Australian Property Institute. Contains some free documents to do with professional standards and codes of practice for the valuation industry.
Australian Property Institute
The Australian Property Institute represents the interests of more than 7,500 property professionals throughout Australia. API members include residential, commercial and plant and machinery valuers, property advisers, property analysts and fund managers, property lawyers, and property researchers and academics.
ARAMA is the peak industry body representing the interests of people involved in Management Rights.
BOMA is a professional organisation for commercial real estate professionals.
HIA is the voice of Australia’s home building industry and represents the interests of more than 7,500 property professionals throughout Australia.
IREM is an international community of real estate managers across all property types dedicated to ethical business practices and maximizing the value of investment real estate.
OCN is an organisation of owners helping owners – people who have experience in strata living; who have confronted many of its inherent problems; and who have evolved strategies for dealing with the problems that the rapid growth in apartment and townhouse living inevitably brings.
PRRES was established in 1993 to provide a formal focus for property researchers, educators and practioners in the Pacific-Rim Region.
A framework of marketing abilities that provide a guide to the skills and behaviours expected of professional marketers at varying levels of proficiency.
Advocates for Australia’s $600 billion property industry.
REIA is the national association for Australia’s real estate profession.
Industry body for the real estate profession in Queensland.
RICS Oceania represents, regulates and promotes the chartered surveyors industry.
UOAQ is an industry Association to advance the interests of Unit Owners within the community
UDIA is Australia’s peak representative body for all segments of the urban development industry.
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