Aussie real estate broker is using his own home as an example of the best licensing possible for a property.
“This is a place where I have a real estate licence and I have to tell the truth,” said Richard Cuthbertson, managing partner of Ballymore, who lives in the Ballymote, North Queensland area.
“If I’m not selling, I have no licence.
So that’s what I do every single day.”
Cuthbertons’ real estate firm has been licensing property for more than 20 years, with his company offering both commercial and residential properties, as well as some commercial properties that are not currently licensed.
“I’ve never had a problem with a problem,” he said.
“It’s just my own experience and my own opinion.”
Real estate broker Richard Cusimano’s house in North Queensland, which he says he has never had to tell his tenants he’s selling.
Richard Cusiman said he would like to see licensing requirements for property owners be made more stringent.
“My view is, that the reason I have licensed property is because I’ve got a licence,” he told ABC News Breakfast.
He added that he was open to licensing more commercial property, which is one of the reasons he started licensing real estate.””
If you’re not telling the truth, and the reason you’re doing it is that you’re going to sell your property, I don’t think that’s good for the community.
He added that he was open to licensing more commercial property, which is one of the reasons he started licensing real estate.”
But at the moment I’m in the business of helping people,” he explained.
What you need to know about real estate licensing in Australia.
Mr Cusimer is the co-owner of Balymore Property Group, which licenses commercial and commercial properties, including residential properties.
In February this year, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission announced changes to the licensing regime, which would allow brokers to provide information about their licensed properties, with the aim of ensuring that consumers can make an informed choice about their property.
Mr Cuskner also said that while he would not like to stop offering advice to prospective buyers, he would be happy to stop working with them.”
In my opinion, people should know the truth and be able to decide whether or not they want to be involved with a property,” he added.
However, Mr Cuskherns views on how the current licensing regime works have been controversial.
While he has no problem working with people, he said he believes the current regime should be changed.
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