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It is a requirement of realestate.com.au that all agent assisted sale companies such as PropertyNow are separately licensed in each and every state or territory for which it has listings. This is regardless of where the company has its head office located. To advertise a South Australian property you must hold a South Australian licence. To advertise a New South Wales property you must hold a separate New South Wales Real Estate Licence and so on.

PropertyNow and/or it’s Licensee Andrew Blachut hold every state and territory licence.

Our Tasmanian real estate licence number is: 566

Please do not ever list with any company unless that company carries all 8 (6 state and 2 territory licences)

Holding 8 licences is necessary as there is no national real estate licensing in existence and each state has its own jurisdictions.

Procuring and renewing all 8 licences is very expensive and few, if any, companies do so.

If considering any other company as your agent assisted sale provider, you owe it to yourself to ask that company to provide their license details to you and to also make certain it is not a borrowed license. In other words it should be the same company or one of its staff who holds the license rather than a third party.

Any member of the public can perform a Western Australian real estate licence check by visiting the Western Australia Department of Commerce or by using the direct link here to perform a Western Australian licence check

PropertyNow Pty Ltd does not hold a real estate licence in the state of Western Australia. The Licensee of PropertyNow is Andrew Blachut who does personally hold a real estate licence in Western Australia.

Andrew Blachut’s Western Australian real estate licence number is: RA71880

western australia real estate licence

It is a requirement of realestate.com.au that all agent assisted sale companies such as PropertyNow are separately licensed in each and every state or territory for which it has listings. This is regardless of where the company has its head office located. To advertise a South Australian property you must hold a South Australian licence. To advertise a New South Wales property you must hold a separate New South Wales Real Estate Licence and so on.

PropertyNow and/or it’s Licensee Andrew Blachut hold every state and territory licence.

Our Northern Territory real estate licence number is: 1121/REL

Please do not ever list with any company unless that company carries all 8 (6 state and 2 territory licences)

Holding 8 licences is necessary as there is no national real estate licensing in existence and each state has its own jurisdictions.

Procuring and renewing all 8 licences is very expensive and few, if any, companies do so.

If considering any other company as your agent assisted sale provider, you owe it to yourself to ask that company to provide their license details to you and to also make certain it is not a borrowed license. In other words it should be the same company or one of its staff who holds the license rather than a third party.

It is a requirement of realestate.com.au that all agent assisted sale companies such as PropertyNow are separately licensed in each and every state or territory for which it has listings. This is regardless of where the company has its head office located. To advertise a South Australian property you must hold a South Australian licence. To advertise a New South Wales property you must hold a separate New South Wales Real Estate Licence and so on.

PropertyNow and/or it’s Licensee Andrew Blachut hold every state and territory licence.

Our South Australian real estate licence number is: RSR 268686

Please do not ever list with any company unless that company carries all 8 (6 state and 2 territory licences)

Holding 8 licences is necessary as there is no national real estate licensing in existence and each state has its own jurisdictions.

Procuring and renewing all 8 licences is very expensive and few, if any, companies do so.

If considering any other company as your agent assisted sale provider, you owe it to yourself to ask that company to provide their license details to you and to also make certain it is not a borrowed license. In other words it should be the same company or one of its staff who holds the license rather than a third party.