Given the ongoing hurdles in the South African Real Estate Industry, we feel the pressure placed on you as a Property Practitioner, so let’s clear things up.
How you know you are being represented by an ethical Accreditation Centre, what determines that you are eligible for RPL, and how RPL helps you complete your course faster.
The PPRA/EAAB has extended the deadline from 31 January 2023 to 30 June 2023. All candidates must meet this deadline as it will not be extended again.
In this article, we outline the step by step process you need to follow to become a principal property practitioner in South Africa.
Tips to help you prepare for your PDE, what to purchase and what not to purchase, and how to easily pass your PDE 4 and 5 exams.
Learn who needs a Fidelity Fund Certificate (FFC) certificate when facilitating or providing a service in the sale or lease of property in South Africa.
We’ve put together a list of important deadlines to be aware of with regards to the PPRA for the year 2022.
For those battling to renew their FFC, we share some valuable tips to help you with the PPRA FFC renewal process.
Listen to this 40-minute discussion to understand how agents must comply during the change from the old to the new Acts and how the new Act affects developers, Homeowner Associations and Property Practitioners.
The EAAB announced that the CPD 2021 material will be uploaded in the coming weeks thereby making the CPD programme available from 1 October 2021 to all eligible estate agents.
A policy approved by the EAABB applicable to interns, non-principal or principal estate agents, has granted an extension of a time frame within which they can ensure compliance with the board’s education regulations.
In this article, we explain how and when to use The Estate Agents Affairs Board (EAAB) Professional Designations.
We have de-mystified the Estate Agents Affairs Board (EAAB) exemption requirements to help you determine if you are exempt from studying regulated Property Practitioner courses.
In a move that reflects the Services SETA’s determination to embrace the benefits of the fourth industrial revolution, SSETA is launching its first ever online learning program this month in association with Durban-based real estate elearning provider, PropAcademy. This pilot programme, which forms part of the SSETA’s eLearning Adoption Project, will enable 15 real estate students […]
In this article we explore the various requirements, the educational programmes, and steps involved in becoming a registered property valuer in South Africa.
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 Authority & ServiceSETA qualification process for property practitioners laid out in a step by step guide that will help you on your path to becoming a qualified property practitioner 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.