About Entry Group

About Entry Group

Welcome to Entry Group!

Entry Group offers a comprehensive suite of services to meet your needs across four important sectors of the Australian real estate industry.

Entry Group began in 2015, by launching the hugely successful Entry Education. Since then, we’ve enjoyed exponential growth that has transformed us into the leading real estate training academy in Australia.

Following this success, we branched out into real estate recruitment and conveyancing. We’re now a one-stop shop for all your real estate needs and dreams.

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Education

We train students in property management, commercial and residential sales, marketing, buyers advocacy, owners corporation management, auctioneering and more.

Entry Education

Our graduates are well-prepared with the skills and knowledge they need to excel in the real estate industry.

Conveyancing

Our expert conveyancers ensure your contract of sale is in order and your settlement is a breeze.

Entry Conveyancing

We take the stress out of your property settlement by making sure that all the conveyancing requirements of your property transaction are fulfilled.

Recruitment

We recruit candidates who are carefully selected for their real estate knowledge and experience. As registered training providers we know exactly what you need.

Entry Recruitment

Our nationwide network of top-flight real estate professionals will ensure that you get the right candidate at the right time for the right job.

Our group

We have three hands-on services that deliver the kind of expertise you’ve been waiting for.

Why Entry Group

Founders

Ryan Keys

Ryan Keys

Ryan was awarded a Bachelor of Business Administration at RMIT in Melbourne before embarking on a successful management career in the training sector. He worked at a number of registered training organisations before founding Entry Education in 2015. Under his leadership, the Entry Group has expanded into the real estate finance, conveyancing and recruitment sectors.

Michale Dewar

Michael Dewar

Michael is an entrepreneur and manager with rich experience in the healthcare, education, logistics and training sectors. He worked in clinical governance at Alfred Health in Melbourne and LinkLearn before joining the Entry Group in 2017 as a company co-director. Michael is a dedicated professional and a top achiever.

Team

Entry Education

Cale

Cale
Partner

Samantha
Ops. & Quality Manager

Lauren
RPL Coordinator

Ava
Compliance/Admin Manager

Alexandra
Administration Officer

Nedim
Career Improvement Specialist

Joshua
Career Improvement Specialist

Molly
Team Leader Sales

Harry Curtis - Student Support

Harry
Student Support Sales

Ammar
Career Improvement Specialist

Mal Younes -Trainer and Assessor

Mal
Training Manager

Betty
Trainer and Assessor

Michael
Trainer and Assessor

Michelle-Raymond

Michelle
Trainer and Assessor

Jenny
Quality Coach

Maia

Maia
NSW Operations Manager

David

David
Admin & Support Officer

Elisha-Moore

Elisha
Trainer and Assessor

Jane-Moore

Jane
Trainer and Assessor

Amy-Levi

Amy
Business Development Manager

Beverly-Gatbonton

Beverly
Student Support

Reneeca-Benalla

Reneeca
Student Support

Rhegene-Ronquillio

Rhegene
Student Support

Edith-Mataga

Edith
Student Support

Reymark-Bryan-Colis

Bryan
Student Support

Ben-Burling

Ben
National Industry Development Manager

Entry Conveyancing

Luke
Principal Solicitor

Giulia Pisano - Conveyancer

Giulia
Conveyancer

Tina
Conveyancer

Dwayne Emile - Entry Conveyancing

Dwayne
Business Development Manager

Alfred-Ocampo

Alfred
Conveyancing Support

Entry Group

Matthew
CEO

Jordan-Lewis-Entry-Group

Jordan
Partner

Andrew
Partner

Silvana
Head of Marketing

Pritesh
Digital Marketing Manager

Blog

  • Jordan Lewis partners with Entry Conveyancing

Football star Jordan Lewis partners with Entry Group

Four-time premiership Hawk Jordan Lewis has joined the leadership ranks of one of Australia's most exciting group of companies. The Entry Group, which includes Australia's largest real estate institute, is renowned for its New-Age [...]

Christian Gravias with Ryan Keys: Interview

 Watch interview of Christian Gravias with Ryan Keys.They discussed how preparing early to buy a home is essential to making the process as smooth as possible. Saving for a deposit, improving your bank [...]

  • Entry Group - Melbourne Australia

Entry Group: Humble beginnings

Being in the upper echelon of management at the Entry Group of companies is a natural fit for Andrew Dewar. As part of a trio of entrepreneurs, he helped drive the massive success of [...]

Entry Education: shaking up real estate education

For Ryan Keys, co-founder and co-Director of the Entry Group, real estate education is at the front and centre of his professional life. For six years now, he’s been managing the growth of Australia’s [...]

Entry Education Real estate training courses and licenses

  • How much do auctioneers make per sale?
    on May 20, 2024

    In the world of real estate, property auctioneering offers one of the most profitable careers, working directly with high-value properties and clients. Largely a sales-oriented role that centres on working in a high-stakes environment, the role of an auctioneer might attract individuals looking for a lucrative, exciting, and dynamic career in real estate. In this Read more The post How much do auctioneers make per sale? appeared first on Entry Education.

  • Can I work independently as a real estate agent?
    on May 2, 2024

    Let’s get the main question out of the way — yes, real estate agents can work independently. That being said, there’s a lot more to becoming an independent real estate agent than it seems. The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) estimates that more than 133,360 Australians work in the real estate industry, of which Read more The post Can I work independently as a real estate agent? appeared first on Entry Education.

  • How to stand out and get a job at a real estate agency
    on April 26, 2024

    So, you want to get a job at a real estate agency? You’re not alone. According to the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA), there were over 133,360 Australians employed throughout 46,000 real estate businesses in 2022. Working at a real estate agency is a great way to start your foray into the lucrative real Read more The post How to stand out and get a job at a real estate agency appeared first on Entry Education.

  • Why you should get a full real estate licence as a BDM
    on March 25, 2024

    As a business development manager (BDM) in property management, in the ever-shifting property market, it’s not enough to stay at your current level of expertise — clients are always looking for value-added opportunities. We’re here to present you with the case for why you should consider getting a full real estate licence as a BDM, Read more The post Why you should get a full real estate licence as a BDM appeared first on Entry Education.

  • How do real estate agencies make money?
    on March 25, 2024

    Real estate agencies are one of the most prevalent types of businesses in Australia — as of 2022, there were 133,360 real estate professionals across the network of 46,000 real estate businesses, according to the Real Estate Institute of Australia. With this number continuing to grow into 2024, it’s becoming clear that more and more Read more The post How do real estate agencies make money? appeared first on Entry Education.

  • How to get better at cold calling in real estate
    on March 25, 2024

    Cold calling is a time-tested sales strategy that dates back as far the late 1800s. While the products and services being sold since then have likely dramatically shifted, the efficacy of cold-calling hasn’t. Today, cold calling is still one of the most reliable ways for real estate agents to find new leads in the increasingly Read more The post How to get better at cold calling in real estate appeared first on Entry Education.

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  • What is PEXA & how does it work?
    on May 20, 2024

    Gone are the days of paper documents and face-to-face exchanges; in our increasingly digitised world, even conveyancing has taken the leap to an electronic solution. When it comes to selling or buying a home in Australia, you’ll find that the vast majority of conveyancers and property lawyers confer on one platform for the settlement process More... The post What is PEXA & how does it work? appeared first on Entry Conveyancing.

  • How long does conveyancing take?
    on April 24, 2024

    If you’re in the midst of buying or selling property, you’re no stranger to what a conveyancer is and what the conveyancing process might look like. However, one thing that can be distinctly different in every purchasing process is the timeline. So, how long does conveyancing generally take? Once you have found a buyer or More... The post How long does conveyancing take? appeared first on Entry Conveyancing.

  • What is the property settlement process in NSW?
    on March 26, 2024

    Property settlement is the final hurdle that buyers and homeowners have to cross before a transaction is considered to be complete. Considering that all of the preparation from the previous stages has led to the settlement, the settlement stage of a property transaction can be a stressful period for all parties involved. Preparation is the More... The post What is the property settlement process in NSW? appeared first on Entry Conveyancing.

  • Do I need a conveyancer to sell a house?
    on March 15, 2024

    The entire process of selling a home in Australia is more complicated than it seems — to safeguard both buyers and sellers, there are a range of legal requirements that must be met, each specific to the state where your property is located. In the interest of understanding the selling process, homeowners who want to More... The post Do I need a conveyancer to sell a house? appeared first on Entry Conveyancing.

  • Difference between a lawyer and conveyancer
    on February 26, 2024

    For property buyers and sellers, the deliberation between getting a lawyer or a conveyancer often occurs as a result of the confusion between the nature of the services offered. To make things clear - yes, there are differences between a lawyer and a conveyancer, despite some overlap in the services offered in line with property More... The post Difference between a lawyer and conveyancer appeared first on Entry Conveyancing.

  • The hidden additional costs of buying a house in 2024
    on February 22, 2024

    The upfront costs of buying a home There’s no denying that buying a home comes at a considerable upfront cost. At the time of writing this article, the average cost for a home in Australia exceeds $753,654, with major cities like Sydney and Melbourne coming out on top in having the highest property prices across More... The post The hidden additional costs of buying a house in 2024 appeared first on Entry Conveyancing.

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  • How to work in real estate
    on August 2, 2022

    Australia’s residential property market is worth $10.2 trillion. It’s no wonder work in real estate has become an attractive career pathway for many ambitious professionals across the country. Not only can real estate be a financially lucrative endeavour, but it also offers a sense of freedom, empowerment, and social reward that few jobs can match.If Read more The post How to work in real estate appeared first on Entry Recruitment.

  • Reasons employees leave their jobs
    on May 31, 2022

    It's always difficult for employers when good employees leave. This is especially true in the real estate industry. You put a lot of work into training somebody, you think you have a great working relationship with them – and then they leave their job.You're upset, shocked, even offended. You take it personally. What was their Read more The post Reasons employees leave their jobs appeared first on Entry Recruitment.

  • 6 different real estate careers: which one is right for you?
    on April 28, 2022

    Variety, financial reward, challenge, growth, and meaningful connection. There are many benefits to pursuing real estate, making it the career of choice for over 64,000 Australians and counting.If you have a passion for property and are ready to embark on the next chapter of your professional life, you are face-to-face with a tricky question: Which Read more The post 6 different real estate careers: which one is right for you? appeared first on Entry Recruitment.

  • How to find real estate jobs that require no experience
    on April 5, 2022

    So, you want to try your hand at real estate. You’re full of enthusiasm and willing to do what it takes to succeed, but you don’t have any experience. The good news: entry-level jobs in real estate can be both rewarding and challenging, empowering you to take meaningful strides towards your career goals Read more The post How to find real estate jobs that require no experience appeared first on Entry Recruitment.

  • How to quickly grow your career in real estate in 2022
    on March 15, 2022

    How to accelerate your real estate career growth in 2022The Australian property market is booming, and now’s the perfect time for agents to kick-start or grow their real estate careers. In 2021, property rose at the fastest year-on-year rate in history, skyrocketing a staggering 21.9 per cent.For those willing to put in the work, the opportunity Read more The post How to quickly grow your career in real estate in 2022 appeared first on Entry Recruitment.

  • The top 10 questions recruiters ask when interviewing real estate agents
    on February 25, 2022

    You’ve spent a few days applying for real estate jobs, and now, you have several promising interviews lined up. It’s only natural to feel a little nervous, especially if you’re new to the industry. To help ease your mind, we’ve put together a list of the top ten questions recruiters ask real estate agents. Good Read more The post The top 10 questions recruiters ask when interviewing real estate agents appeared first on Entry Recruitment.

Get in touch with us

Melbourne:
Level 4, 150 Albert Rd, Sth Melbourne, VIC 3205

Sydney:
Level 1, Building 2, Unit B. 55 – 63 Bourke Road, Alexandria NSW 2015

Contact numbers:

Entry Education: 1300 799 447

Entry Recruitment: 1800 518 187

Entry Conveyancing: 1800 518 187

Emails:

Entry Education:
info@entryeducation.com.au

Entry Recruitment:
info@entryrecruitment.com.au

Entry Conveyancing:
info@entryconveyancing.com.au