In this article we explore the various requirements, the educational programmes, and steps involved in becoming a registered property valuer in South Africa.
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If you are thinking of starting your own estate agency firm in South Africa, follow these steps to ensure that you are compliant with the regulations.
In this in-depth article, we highlight the differences between the old and the new Property Practitioners Act, along with the changes in terminology and how it impacts real estate agents in South Africa.
The EAAB & ServiceSETA qualification process for real estate agents laid out in a step by step guide that will help you on your path to becoming a qualified real estate agent in South Africa.
If you have been out of school for a while or you’ve been practicing real estate for years, or even if you’re just new to online learning, you might not know what to expect from your eLearning real estate course. To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of tips and tricks that can help you stay organised and focused while taking your online real estate classes…
A step by step guide on how to own your own real estate agency and the various qualifications you need to acquire to finally be your own boss.
Tips and Advice on how to find a great job at a top Real Estate Agency in South Africa to start you off on a successful career as a real estate agent.
Now that you have decided that real estate is something that you want to pursue, you will need to become qualified. Not only will you have to achieve certain qualifications to begin your education as a real estate agent, you will also be following online training as well as completing an internship.
There are some small but very important tips that any seasoned Estate Agent will pass down to the rookie. These tips may seem negligible, but many are proven time and time again to be the backbone of success in the business of property rental and sales. Here are some pointers to put you on the path to success.
In 2008 the EAAB (Estate Agency Affairs Board) tightened the requirements for entry into the field of Real Estate. This preceded a drop in the South African market following the devastation in the American mortgage market. The recession in South Africa saw approximately two thirds of estate agents who had registered in 2008 leave the […]