The government has responded to a report by the Productivity Commission's Annual Review of Regulatory Burdens on Business: Business and Consumer Services.
Issues such as a lack of transparency and continuity in the regulation-making process were cited as key concerns of property industry groups.
The initial report highlighted the need for any domestic reform policy to be subjected to "transparent and rigorous" processes that factors in the effects to other industries and economic conditions.
It also identified inconsistencies in the regulation of certain occupations, using the example of architects.
The Productivity Commission recommended that a national register would eliminate the hassle for architects to pay for registration fees in multiple jurisdictions.
In response, the government has decided to accept ten out of the 18 recommendations.
This includes the establishment of a national register for architects along with an investigation into whether or not this should be opened up to other professionals within the building sector.
Minister assisting on deregulation and public sector superannuation Nick Sherry says: "I believe it is prudent the government continues to work with business and consult on the best way forward to reduce regulatory burdens."