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8 thoughts on “Join SRI

  1. Dear Benson

    I have always been fascinated by the successes many acheive in the real estate sales, especially those that can ride the cyclical ups and downs of the market.

    I am seriously looking into starting a career in this line and would be appreciative if you can give me some pointers as to what kind of qualities I should look for in a manager to join.

    Thanks and Regards
    Timothy T**

  2. I am interested becoming a real estate agent but i’m very new to this industry. I would like to learn more before joining as a full time real estate agent. Please advise if possible to start out as partime?

  3. Hi June :)

    It is possible to start out as a part time Real Estate agent but I’m advising you against doing it as this profession requires dedication to your clients and you’ll get very busy and tired juggling between a full time job and this business.

    Do email me at I’d like to hear your plans! :)

  4. Dear Benson,

    I am interested in a career in Real Estate with Knight Frank.

    Please advice.

    Thank you

    1. Hi Azril,

      I’m a little baffled on how to advice you when there’s no questions asked. But of course feel free to give me a call at +65 91253045 if you have questions to ask on the procedures and what to expect from joining Knight Frank (:

  5. Hi, Benson

    I’m interested to carve out a career in Real Estate. I have an honour degree in hospitality. However, I have past criminal records but it is not involving fraud or dishonesty. Would it be an issue for me?

    Mr Scheissegal

    1. According to the MND’s news release

      Salespersons are not regulated today. From 1 January 2011, they will need to be registered with CEA through their agents before they can do estate agency work. As part of the registration criteria, they will need to have minimum 4 GCE “O” Level passes or equivalent, pass a mandatory CEA examination for salespersons, and fulfill fit and proper criteria, which include not being an undischarged bankrupt and not having criminal records involving fraud or dishonesty.

      It should be okay, but you could firm it by giving a call once CEA is up on 22nd of October Mr. Scheissesgal.

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