Register as an agent's representative

An agent's representative is an employee of a licensed real estate or business agent who negotiates transactions on behalf of the agent.

Agent's representatives must be registered and appropriately trained.

Find out more about training requirements.

The laws that affect agent representatives include the Agents Licencing Act 1979 and the Agents Licencing Regulations 1979.

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You must advertise your intention to become a registered agent's representative.

You must also get a police history check.

You will need to pay a fee to register as an agent's representative.

You can register as an agent's representative:

  • online
  • by mail, email, fax, or in person.

Online

To apply and pay for your registration online, go to Licensing NT Online.

By mail, email, fax, or in person

To apply by mail, email, fax, or in person, follow these steps.

Step 1. Fill in one of these forms:

  • if you are registered as an agent representative in another Australian state or territory, use the agent's representative under mutual recognition form

Agent representative under mutual recognition form PDF (297.0 KB)
Agent representative under mutual recognition form DOCX (47.0 KB)

  • for all other registrations use the agent's representative registration form

Agent representative registration form PDF (320.5 KB)
Agent representative registration form DOCX (47.6 KB)

You can also get these forms at a Territory Business Centre.

Step 2. Submit your form and pay the fee at your nearest Territory Business Centre.

You must renew your registration on or before 1 May each year. You can renew:

  • online
  • by mail, email, fax, or in person.

Online

To apply and pay for your renewal online, go to Licensing NT Online.

By mail, email, fax, or in person

To renew your registration by mail, email, fax, or in person, follow these steps.

Step 1. Fill in the registration renewal form.

Registration renewal form PDF (291.3 KB)
Registration renewal form DOCX (42.5 KB)

You can also get this form at a Territory Business Centre.

Step 2. Submit the application and fee to your nearest Territory Business Centre by May 1.

All fees are free from GST.

Item​Fee
Apply to register or renew as an agent representative$185
Apply to register or renew as a restricted agent representative$163
Apply to register or renew as an agent representative under mutual recognition$185
Apply or register or renew as a restricted agent representative under mutual recognition$163

Last updated: 05 February 2020

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