REIA has today reaffirmed its commitment in playing its role to #breakthebias within Australian real estate.
REIA President Hayden Groves with a workforce of up to 67 per cent women’s equality should be a key social and economic driver for all real estate businesses.
“If we encourage just an extra 6 per cent of women in the workforce, we could add up to $25 billion to Australia’s economy.
“The productivity gains for Australian real estate are potentially enormous on both the workforce and client side.
“REIA is committed to an Australian real estate workforce that is diverse, equitable and inclusive.
“Women are essential to real estate, as property managers, operational support, marketers, businesses developers, auctioneers, agents and more. It is time that we recognize the achievements, excellence and contribution of women in our industry.”
Mr Groves said that women are also a huge part of the sustained growth in Australia’s property market.
“Women’s economic empowerment have been an important factor in strong property markets with the rise of dual income households.
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