Be the Difference - Join the REIV

Established in 1936, the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) is the peak representative body for real estate professionals in Victoria.

Our mission is to enhance the professional excellence of our members to the benefit of the communities they work within, and to advocate and represent their interests.

Over 80 per cent of real estate agencies in Victoria have chosen to be members of the REIV. That is a testimony to the importance and significance of an REIV membership and it also means that we are uniquely placed to share resources, data and expertise.

The REIV offers three major ways to get involved and be part of the Difference in real estate. Click here to check your eligibility and select the option below that best suits you and your business.

Office Membership

Licensed estate agencies, businesses registered as Owners Corporation Managers and businesses providing Property Valuation Services should apply for an Office Membership.

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Individual Membership

  • Licensed Estate Agents, Agent’s Representatives, Owners Corporation Managers and Valuers should apply for an Individual Membership.

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Affiliate of the Institute

  •  Businesses or Individuals that work in the real estate sector but are not eligible for agency or individual membership may apply to be an Affiliate of the Institute.

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Latest news from the REIV

Auction Preview for the week ending 26 June 2022

June 23 2022

The REIV is expecting about 1,070 auctions in 310 suburbs this week.

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A door opens for housing affordability

June 18 2022

Opinion Piece by Quentin Kilian REIV CEO: For the first time in a long time, the taxes that apply to real estate market transactions in Victoria could be set for a welcome overhaul.

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Sector welcomes reports of property market tax review

June 14 2022

The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) is calling on federal and state governments to use an upcoming Treasurers forum to obliterate stamp duty, a tax that hinders market participation for millions of Victorians.

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