An individual property licence lets you work as an agent in one or more of the following areas:
- real estate
- strata management
- stock and station.
If eligible, you can:
- apply for a new class 2 licence
- upgrade your current class 2 licence to a class 1 licence
- reapply for an expired licence
- add an auctioneer accreditation to your licence.
- be aged 18 or over
- be a fit and proper person to hold a licence
- not be a ‘disqualified person’ under the Property and Stock Agents Act 2002 or another Act administered by the NSW Minister for Fair Trading.
- meet the qualification and training requirements for the type of licence:
What you need
- a MyServiceNSW Account
- you can create one when you start your application
- you may need details from 2 identity documents (such as Australian driver licence, Medicare card, passport)
- the following documents ready for uploading in PDF, JPG or PNG format
- your qualifications
- evidence of work experience logbook – PDF
- completed Notification of change to Partnership Particulars – PDF (if applicable)
- completed Notification of Licensee in Charge Details – PDF (if applicable)
- details of your employment within the real estate and property industry (if applicable)
- your payment.
How to apply or upgrade
- Check the eligibility requirements.
- Gather the required documents.
- Select the 'Apply or upgrade online' button.
- Follow the prompts to apply for or upgrade an individual property licence.
In person at a Service NSW Centre
To apply for a property certificate of registration with NSW Fair Trading, you’ll need to create or log in with a MyServiceNSW Account.
By logging in you consent to sharing your name and email address in your MyServiceNSW Account with NSW Fair Trading, a division of the Department of Customer Service.
The Property certificates and licences – privacy collection notice explains how your personal information will be handled once it is shared by Service NSW.
- Check the continuing professional development (CPD) requirements for your licence class.
- If you already hold a licence in another state/territory or New Zealand, you may be eligible to apply under mutual recognition.