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.
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 can do so, but do not look down on the questions that will be asked. Download a copy of the above January 2009 papers or the 2008 ones that I’ve taken and you will understand.
I have contacted SISV to give me an update when they’re opening their course for the next July 2009 CEHA exams.
I’ve taken the liberty to scan all the January 2008 CEHA papers for fellow Realtors to download for reference.
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 the settings so on and so forth on the next few entries.
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 those wishing to apply for a House Agent’s Licence under the Appraisers & House Agents Act. Under the SAEA’s requirement, all agents under the accredited agency must possess a pass in CEHA and be accredited by 1 January 2009.
Unfortunately, my agency is accredited.
The venue for all lessons from SISV are conducted in Toa Payoh Community Centre on Tuesdays and Thursdays (from 2 to 5pm for this season). Cost is SG$365 nett for all 3 papers.
I like the lecturers, they’re knowledgeable on their subjects, professionals to the real estate market scene. I actually like Sam Gian’s 10-year series, though some of the information have to be reviewed because of changing policies. He’s a funny man.
If you’re worried that you can’t pass your papers, I suggest enrolling with SISV and attend all the classes, it should put you in good shape before attending your papers.
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
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! ;)