December News

Regulator crackdown on property lenders

Australia's financial regulators have launched a joint attack on risky home lending as investment and interest-only loans may threaten the stability of Australia’s financial system.

Message from the CEO

Interim CEO Mike Zissler shares a message with API members regarding changes to the Institute and well wishes for the holiday season.

National President's report

National API President Robert Hecek wraps up 2014 with an update on the Structure, Strategy and Governance Review, and the next steps for the Institute.

New Valuation of Real Estate textbook now available

The Valuation of Real Estate, Second Edition, has been adapted by the Australian Property Institute to suit the Australian market. It primarily focuses on the fundamentals of property and real estate to provide a solid foundation for building a broad and substantial understanding of property valuation.

Upcoming API events

The Australian Property Institute delivers dozens of industry-leading property related events, functions and seminars nationally each year.

The New World of Politics

See who is representing the Australian Capital Territory in the House of Representatives and the Senate.

ACT Membership Update

The ACT Division of the API welcomes it's new members, as well as congratulating its existing members who qualified for higher member classification.

ACT Financial Update

The API ACT continues to operate on a strong financial base, with its principal revenue sourced from memberships and CPD events.

What’s happening in the Institute?

Read about the ACT Division's latest activity, including the establishment of a new joint task force and government valuation office. Plus updates from the recent 2014 Excellence in Property Awards.

ACT CPD Calendar

The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Committee organised several exciting events through mid-2014 that were well-attended.

API ACT President’s Message

Paul Powderly, President of the API ACT Division, discusses recent activity in the Territory, updates on government and news from the Institute