All real estate agents, restricted letting agents, property developers, auctioneers and pastoral house agents must be licensed to work in Queensland.
Details of licence types, eligibility criteria and how to apply for a licence in the property industry.
The process to change your licence details, renew or surrender your licence, or apply for mutual recognition of your interstate or New Zealand licence.
Search our free online licensing register to check that your property agent is properly licensed.
Information on employment registers, statutory warranties, information you need to disclose, substitute licensees, trust accounts, cooling-off periods and the claim fund.
Breaches and penalties
There are severe penalties for breaking the law and operating unlicensed in the property industry.
Property agent forms
Licence application, agency appointment, property transaction and trust account forms.
Everyone who works in the property industry must comply with both the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000 and the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Regulation 2001. This legislation regulates for the protection of customers and promotes freedom of enterprise in the marketplace. All licensees and salespeople must comply with the Act. Principal licence holders must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the Act and their code of conduct.
Last reviewed 19/09/2013