REIA has called on the Australian Government to remove real estate agents from the proposed Automatic Mutual Recognition (AMR) Occupational Mobility Project, a policy objective intended for tradespeople.
REIA President, Adrian Kelly, said the opening of consultation on Occupational Mobility, has raised critical concerns about the inclusion of real estate agents adding that concerns had not been addressed by real estate leaders regarding the blanket application of AMR.
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