The Property Agents Board, an independent statutory authority acts a supervisory authority by regulating all property agents licensed in Tasmania.
The functions of the Board are, in the public interest, to ensure acceptable standards of practice by property agents.
A “property agent” is defined as a real estate agent, a property manager, a general auctioneer or a property representative.
The Board will deal with disciplinary complaints about a property agent that appears to involve an issue of unsatisfactory professional conduct or professional misconduct or a conviction for a serious crime. However, the Board cannot investigate vague allegations about bad agency practice/conduct, influence the outcome of other proceedings or provide legal advice.
Operates Mon – Friday 9 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.