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New Statutory Group for Singapore Estate Agents

The verdict is finalized with actions taken by Singapore Government. Ministry of National Development will take the reigns over from Inland Revenue of Singapore to create a Council for Estate Agencies (CEA) as the licensing authority for real estate agents. MND will introduce a Bill in Parliament in the second half of this year to set up the new Council and to establish the new regulatory framework. I’ll just highlight the most important point which most fellow agents are keen to know, Arrangements will be made to help existing estate agencies and agents transit to the new licensing and registration…

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Singapore Property Agents to be Regulated

It’s confirmed. The Government will be stepping in to regulate the pool of real estate agents in Singapore. The Straits Times announced and understands that an independent body will be formed and chaired by a neutral party appointed by the Government. It will also house a dispute resolution centre for agents and consumer mediation. The intiative was hasten with the old ERA agent case of flipping an apartment in Riverside Piazza. It’s about time as mentioned before that this would happen. Like Nicholas Mak mentioned, the only wish I had was that the independent body will not have any agency…

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SISV CEHA Courses Opens in April 2009

SISV Services Pte Ltd is running CEHA classes commencing from mid April in preparation for July 2009 Examinations. Course Fee: $335.00 for 3 papers (exclusive of examination fee @ $321 for 3 papers) Date/ Days/ Time: 15 April to 12 June 2009 (Every Wednesday & Friday) 10.00am to 1.00pm Duration: 17 sessions (14 Lectures & 3 Revision Classes) Venue: Toa Payoh Central Community Club, 93 Toa Payoh Central, #03-03 The Theatrette You can contact Jennifer (SISV) @ 6848 7691 or email courses@sisvrealink.com For those who is going for their CEHA, I’d suggest signing up for their course and attend ALL…

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CEHA January 2009 Papers for Download

I have to give credits to CEHA.sg, a forum for Realtors to discuss about CEHA, share listings and musings. This are the scanned copies of CEHA papers for January 2009 (Right click and Save-as). Sam Gian will probably have his model answers somewhere. CEHA Paper 1 – Law of Real Property January 2009 CEHA Paper 2 – Real Estate Marketing January 2009 CEHA Paper 3 – Professional Practice and Management January 2009 Keep these scanned pdfs coming in or share with us in CEHA.sg. Realtors who decides to self-study for CEHA will have to understand its always possible that you…

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Will Licencing All Singapore Real Estate Agents Ease Your Mind?

I was reading the article on Sunday Times today with regards to ‘Licence All Agents, Says Experts‘. It really sets me pondering on whether an accredition of all local property realtors in Singapore is going to help the situation of having unethical fellow mates weeded out; After all, this would be an industry which has no boundaries in terms of its potential income yield, depending on how hardworking and street smart the realtor is. Government Stepping In To Regulate Real Estate Industry a Boon or a Foe? With the government stepping in to regulate this industry, that means there won’t…

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January 2008 CEHA Papers for Download

I’ve taken the liberty to scan all the January 2008 CEHA papers for fellow Realtors to download for reference. CEHA Paper – Real Estate Marketing Jan 2008 CEHA Paper – Professional Practice & Management Jan 2008 CEHA Paper – Law of Real Property Jan 2008 Try not to take reference from what I’ve scribbled as they probably won’t be accurate. I’ve lent all my notes and books to Joanne from Global. Perhaps anyone who needs them can contact me for to link up. Cheers and good luck for the April paper. I’ll blog about what to prepare for materials and…

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A Helping Hand to 2008 July CEHA Intake

I’ve received a surprise call on my mobile from Emily, a fellow Realtor from DTZ asking for notes I have as she’s taking this upcoming intake CEHA course and has self enrolled for the papers instead of taking any courses from available CEHA courses on the market. I suppose you can do so if you’re an experience agent who keeps yourself updated almost all time and are familiar with government policies, HDB especially; and calculations herein and out. Over this weekend, I’m going to scan all 3 papers to share with every agents here; and whatever I could. If you’re…

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SISV CEHA Course – April 2008 Intake

And I do believe in returning the favor whenever you receive something. SISV is having it’s next course running for Common Examinations for Housing Agents (CEHA) in April for the July 2008 Examinations (7th, 8th and 9th July). If you’re a full time Realtor (Property Agent), you’ll have to rush and get your papers before the 2009 axe. The objective of this SAEA Pre-CEHA course is to train estate agents to undertake agency work in Singapore. In particular, it is designed to prepare practising agents to take the CEHA examination. A pass in the CEHA is now a pre-requisite for…

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Jan 2008 CEHA Results Out

Dear Sir/ Madam COMMON EXAMINATION FOR HOUSE AGENTS (CEHA) We refer to the Common Examination for House Agents held in January 2008. The following are your results: Paper 1: PASSED Paper 2: PASSED Paper 3: PASSED Result: PASSED Fellow agent friends, have you passed your CEHA yet? If not, go for SISV classes, they’re worth every single cent spent. Just as long as you attend classes regularly, SURE PASS! ;)

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Alas, The First CEHA Batch for 2008 is Done!

It’s the last paper on Professional Practice and Management for CEHA this evening at ACJC, everything was more of a breeze than a worry when I flipped open the questions. This is not exactly that hard as I expected after so much of anticipation with the 2nd paper, Marketing, being the most difficult for me. Level of Difficulty: Professional Practice and Management Law Marketing which of 3 is being the most difficult. It’s unbelievable, I know. Let’s just wait for the results *crossing my fingers*

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