Claims of underquoting an odd sign of a market rising

Original article by Su-Lin Tan, Nila Sweeney
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 34 : 22-Aug-19

Some buyers’ advocates have expressed concern that the residential property market is again being affected by underquoting. Melbourne-based Scott Hall notes that there has been a significant decline in underquoting by real estate agents since legislation to crack down on the practice was introduced in 2017. Real Estate Institute of New South Wales CEO Tim McKibbin agrees that underquoting has become less prevalent in recent years.

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THE REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE OF NEW SOUTH WALES, FAIR TRADING NSW, VICTORIA. DEPT OF JUSTICE AND REGULATION. CONSUMER AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS VICTORIA, RAINE AND HORNE PTY LTD

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