Real Estate Licence Course in Qld Real Estate Licence Course in Qld

Real Estate Agent Courses in Qld

Real Estate Certificate
A Real estate Registration Certificate allows the holder to be employed as a Salesperson or Property Manager by any Fully Licenced Real Estate Agent or Agency.


The holder of a Real Estate Certificate cannot work independently and must be an Employee under the direct supervision of a Licenced Agent.
There is no difference in the type of Certificate needed for either Salespeople or Property Managers, they all fit into the one Licence type.

A Real Estate Salesperson Registration Certificate allows you to:
• buy, sell, exchange or rent houses, businesses, land or any interest in these
• manage their place of business (except the principal place of business), unless you are registered with conditions
• negotiate on behalf of a buyer, seller, landlord or exchanging or renting of houses, businesses or land
• show property to potential buyers
• inspect and assess property for sale or rent
• advertise a property for rent or sale (includes setting up signs)
• open up a property for inspection for sale or rent

You may not:
• conduct auctions (you need an Auctioneer's Licence)
• Operate trust accounts

To be eligible for a Real Estate Salesperson Certificate, you must:
• be 18 years or over
• Pass the required training courses.

Real Estate Agent's Licence

The Full Real Estate Agent's Licence or Principal's Licence Allows the holder to work independently as either a Sole Trader or for a Company. Meaning, you can work as an Independent Contractor or be the Owner or Principal of your own office.
The hierarchy within a Real Estate Office is best explained by saying the Principle or Licencee of that office is ultimately in charge and responsible for all of his or her employees, and those employees are usually Certificate holders, although Fully Licenced Agent's can be employees as well.

A Real Estate Agent Licence allows you to:

• own or manage a real estate agency
• buy, sell, exchange or rent houses, businesses, land or any interest in these
• negotiate on behalf of a buyer, seller, landlord or exchanging or renting of houses, businesses or land
• show property to potential buyers
• inspect and assess property for sale or rent
• collect rent on behalf of a landlord
• advertise a property for rent or sale (includes setting up signs)
• open up a property for inspection for sale or rent
• manage an apartment complex and sell any units independently, without having to work through an established agency
• Operate a trust account on behalf of sellers and buyers
Please note: you may not auction property  (Auctioneer's licence required)

To be eligible for a Real Estate Agent Licence, you must:

• be 18 years or over
• Pass the required training courses

You are not suitable to hold a Real Estate Agent Licence if you:

• Are an insolvent under administration
• Are currently disqualified from holding a Licence or Registration Certificate.
• Have been convicted within the past 5 years of a serious offence

For more information on how to get started in your Real Estate Career contact us at www.completepropertytraining.com.au or phone 1300 281289

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