Members

The REIA’s seven members are the state and territory Real Estate Institutes, through which about 80 per cent of real estate firms and licensed agents are collectively represented.

The main role of each of the state and territory Real Estate Institutes is to support member real estate agents with information, products and resources that complement their business practices, which in turn provides greater industry standards and a ensures professional service for the public.  A key requirement of state and territory Real Estate Institute membership is acceptance of a strict Code of Conduct and Rules of Practice. Acceptance of these professional standards sets state and territory Real Estate Institute members apart from other real estate agents.

Any questions about Real Estate Institute membership should be directed to the in the relevant state or territory institute, contact details are below.

  • REIACT

    16 Thesiger Court
    Deakin ACT 2600

    02 6282 4544
    02 6285 1960
    [email protected]
    http://www.reiact.com.au/


  • REINT

    Unit 3/6 Lindsay Street
    Darwin NT 0801

    08 8981 8905
    08 8981 3683
    [email protected]
    http://www.reint.com.au/


  • REIWA

    215 Hay Street
    Subiaco WA 6008

    08 9380 8222
    08 9381 9260
    [email protected]
    http://reiwa.com.au


  • REISA

    249 Greenhill Road
    Dulwich SA 5065

    08 8366 4300
    08 8366 4380
    [email protected]
    http://www.reisa.com.au/


  • REIV

    335 Camberwell Road
    Camberwell VIC 3124

    03 9205 6666
    03 9205 6699
    [email protected]
    http://www.reiv.com.au/


  • REIT

    33 Melville Street
    Hobart TAS 7000

    03 6223 4769
    03 6223 7748
    [email protected]
    http://www.reit.com.au/


  • REINSW

    30-32 Wentworth Ave
    Sydney NSW 2000

    02 9264 2343
    02 9267 9190
    [email protected]
    http://www.reinsw.com.au/


  • First National Real Estate - REIA National Advisory Council

    First National Real Estate traces its history to humble origins in regional Victoria.

    Faced with increasing competition from international and local franchises in 1981, a group of independent agents agreed there was a need for an association to strengthen the effectiveness of their businesses and property marketing, without diluting their independence and local identity.

    Determining that a Cooperative business model was the ideal foundation for a national network, fundamental goals were defined, chiefly surrounding the ability for members to maximise customer benefits, refer business to one another, retain independence, and to consolidate the best real estate agents into one group.

    Over three subsequent decades, First National Real Estate has grown to the third largest network in Australia by market share. Estate agents remain integral to the management process to this day, and the company’s Board is comprised solely of members.

    http://www.firstnational.com.au/


  • LJ Hooker - REIA National Advisory Council

    Established in 1928, LJ Hooker has grown become Australia's best-known and most trusted real estate brand.

    LJ Hooker features one of the largest residential sales and property management teams in the industry with more than 8,000 sales professionals, property managers and support team members.

    With a franchise network of more than 700 offices across Australasia, LJ Hooker sold more AUD$15 billion in real estate in the last financial year. The company is one of the largest property managers in the country, managing $60 billion in real estate for 250,000 investors.

    LJ Hooker also provides a full suite of commercial services across Australia and New Zealand including buying, selling and leasing real estate for commercial or investment purposes. Under its LJH Commercial brand, LJ Hooker has 24 commercial offices supported by 150 commercial experts across the office, retail and industrial sectors.

    http://www.ljhooker.com.au/