REIWA President Hayden Groves was MC for the evening's formalities and said he was honoured to be the President of the Institute as it celebrated its 100th year.
REIWA CEO Neville Pozzi, who has been a REIWA employee for 41 of its 100 years, highlighted how their mission to advacate on behalf and for the WA public had never changed, saying "I'm proud to say that from its inception, REIWA has made it a priority to lobby The State Government of the day to enact legislation to regulate the industry and ensure the protection of the public. We are very proud of all we have achieved as an Institute and this year's celebrations honour the commitment of past and present REIWA Presidents, Councillors, members and staff for their support and contribution to REIWA".
Minister Johnston congratulated REIWA on reach this milestone and said the Institute had played a central role in WA real estate over the last 100 years, having a big impact on the community we all share. "To think that an organisation can stay relevant for 100 years is a remarkable achievement" Minister Johnson said.
WHERE TO LOOK AT 100 YEARS OF REIWA
The exhibition will be open to the public until Thursday 31 May at the State Library of Western Australia in the Ground Floor Gallery.