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Public Register of Estate Agents and Salespersons

What is the purpose of the Public Register of Estate Agents and Salespersons?

Terminology: Under the new Estate Agents Act

  • "Estate agents" means estate agency businesses(sole proprietors, partnerships, and companies)
  • "Salespersons" means individuals who perform estate agency work

The purpose of the register is to enable the public to make an informed decision when choosing a salesperson or estate agent by enabling consumers to:

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Check whether a real estate agent is a licensed estate agent;*
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Check whether a person is a registered salesperson;*
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Know whether a real estate agent or salesperson has been disciplined by the Council within the last three years.
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Know whether any awards have been conferred on a real estate agent or salesperson by the Council

* Estate Agents are granted licence by CEA and the salespersons of the estate agents are registered. They can perform estate agency work only if they have a valid licence or registration. In the Public Register, the validity period of the licence or registration is shown against the name of the estate agent or salesperson.

 

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Last Updated on 1-Jan-2011

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