RVA’s urgent call to arms in NSW – submissions due 4 November

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The RVA is calling all NSW RVA members to contribute to the RVA submission on the new NSW regulations as their draft submission has to be made by 4 November, in advance of the regulations being made effective on 23 December. Andrew Giles, CEO of the RVA, points out that “the regulations will destroy millions of dollars in village value”. He also points out that the regulations are intended to protect residents but resident complaints to the Tribunal totaled just 38 form 45,700 residents in NSW villages in 2007/8, or 0.1% of all complaints received.

RVA National Conference topics – only 3 weeks to book

The challenging regulatory, development and sales environment is the central focus of the RVA national Conference (November 11-12 in Sydney). Highlights of the agenda:
• New developments in this market – legal/accounting/finance
• Economic modeling for development and financiers
• Residency agreements – recent rulings
• Proven resident budget processes and regulatory hurdles
• Advice on managing local/state government dialogue
• Sales team development, branding, marketing
• Alternative DMF business models
• The Continuum of Care business model
• CRM database marketing
• Managing consumer affairs: processes/successes/failures

In addition there is an extensive village inspection program incorporating some of the latest villages developed in Sydney, including medium rises. Check www.rva.com.au for more information.

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