Objecting to a current licence application

Anyone can object to a real estate agent's licence being issued. However, you can only object on the grounds specified in the Real Estate Agents Act 2008.

How to object to a licence

  1. You will need to object on one of the grounds listed in section 40 of the Real Estate Agents Act 2008(external link)
  2. Complete the objection form [PDF, 243 KB]
  3. Return the form to the Registrar within 14 days of the applicant’s details being published on this website.

See who is currently applying for a licence.

Current applications(external link)

Forms can be sent to REA


The Registrar
Real Estate Authority (REA)
PO Box 25 371 
Wellington 6140

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