CEA is working with the real estate agency industry to strengthen the industry’s professionalism and upskill the workforce. Together with providing higher transparency in the experience of property agents, we hope to inspire greater consumer trust and confidence in the industry.
| ||Publish property agents’ transaction records |
CEA is working with the industry to publish property transactions closed by property agents starting with HDB resale records from end 2018 and private residential records from end 2019.
Apart from strengthening professionalism, this will inspire greater consumer confidence by providing greater transparency in the track records of property agents.
In the longer term, CEA also plans to work with the industry to collect and publish consumer ratings of property agents to improve their accountability to their clients.
| ||Review Continuing Professional Development (CPD) framework |
CEA is reviewing the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) framework to ensure property agents upgrade themselves and keep abreast of the latest changes in policies and procedures relating to real estate transactions.
The review will include the development of a more structured approach to guide agents in achieving deeper technical knowledge and skillsets to perform duties in different segments of the property market.
This will ensure that property agents remain relevant in the changing business environment, and that they are equipped with the skills to handle digitalised processes.
| ||Prepare workforce for digital environment |
CEA is working with various agencies and trade associations to provide training programmes to upskill KEOs and property agents.
Together with NTUC LearningHub, CEA introduced a SkillsFuture for Digital Workplace programme contextualised for professionals in the real estate industry. The aim is to help real estate professionals gain new skills to remain relevant in the industry.
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