Property management reforms – CBS News

The South Australian Government has proposed the introduction of property management registration.

An employee of a registered land agent performing residential or commercial property management will be required to be registered as a property manager.

The Land Agents (Registration of Property Managers and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 2017 was introduced into the South Australian Parliament on 31 May 2017 and passed the House of Assembly on 20 June 2017.

Future consultation

  • Qualifications for the new property manager registration will be finalised in the later stages of these reforms.
  • Further consideration will be given to the proposed Code of Conduct announced by the State Government, in consultation with industry.
  • A transitional period will be provided to ensure industry participants have sufficient time to comply with any new requirements.

Previous updates on property manager reforms

February 2017 update (PDF 109KB)

Media releases

Dodgy residential property managers on notice

Clock ticking on dodgy property managers