Real estate board reviews act

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THE Real Estate Agents Licensing Board is in the process of reviewing the Real Estate Act 2006 to reflect the much-needed changes in the industry, says acting chief executive officer Virisila Tuimanu.

REALB recently moved to its new office located in the newly constructed Flagstaff Plaza at Bau St, Flagstaff in Suva.

“REALB had been working on the relocation project for about one year now and we have finally been able to move to a new office,” she said.

“We have plans to extend our organisation in the near future to accommodate the market needs as it grows.”

Ms Tuimanu said it was good news to their clients since there would be easier access to the office premises and it would also benefit everyone, both staff and the public, as the plaza offered better parking facilities.

“The real estate industry is a vital industry for the country as we continue to work hard to ensure the agents and salespersons abide with all the regulations of the Real Estate Agents Act 2006.”

She said REALB had plans in the pipeline which they would be working on to make it happen in the future.

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