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Contest questions for the 4/2019 issue

The Read & Win Contest for the 4/2019 issue of CEAnergy is now open till 31 January 2020, 11.59pm. You must be a CEAnergy subscriber to participate.

  1. What is/are the template(s) that is/are available for download on CEA’s website (you may select more than one option)?
    • Tenancy agreement template for HDB flats
    • Tenancy agreement template for private residential property
    • Option to Purchase for private residential property
    • Agreement for the Sale and Purchase of private residential property
  2. What should property agents refer to for the full compliance requirements on anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism with effect from 1 January 2020?
    • Practice Guidelines 01-18
    • Practice Guidelines 01-19
    • Practice Circular 03-17
    • Practice Circular 04-15
  3. Under what circumstance(s) can property agents collect cheques from prospective buyers (you may select more than one option)?
    • For buyers to demonstrate their interest in a property
    • For buyers to be given priority in the selection of units of their choice
    • To induce other buyers to offer higher prices for a property
    • None of the above

Answer all the questions correctly in our online contest and you could win $30 worth of shopping vouchers! By participating in this contest, you are deemed to have agreed to our contest rules and regulations.

Hint: All answers can be found in this issue’s articles.

CEAnergy 3/2019 issue Read & Win Contest Answers and Winners

Here are the answers to our Read & Win Contest in the 3/2019 issue!

  1. URA’s regulation on a three-month minimum stay duration is applicable to (you may select more than one option):

    Answer:

    • All private residential properties
    • All private residential properties except landed homes
    • Landed homes only
  2. What should you not do if you are a property agent representing yourself in a transaction (you may select more than one option)?

    • Accept an appointment by or offer to act on behalf of the other party
    • Disclose to the other party your role and intentions promptly, whether it is to buy, sell, or rent, at the first viewing
    • Collect a commission from the other party
    • Collect a co-broke commission from the other party’s agent
  3. What is P1, P2, and P3 in the new My CPD Portal?

    • Difficulty levels of Professional Competency courses
    • Proficiency levels of Professional Competency courses
    • Categories of Professional Competency courses

Congratulations to our winners:

  • Chong Mee Fong SXXXX579G
  • Poh Chee Yong R053756C
  • Lee William R030163B
  • Neo Gok Keng SXXXX288D
  • Ong Chee Keong Alex R051698A