FAQ Date :2 Dec 2010
We encourage consumers to deal with IEASA members because IEASA membership means that the estate agent is legally registered to practise, and has access to the professional supporting services and top-class training which he or she needs to provide the high standards of service that the consumer expects.
However, this is not to say that estate agents who aren't IEASA members are necessarily untrained, unregistered, or unable to provide a high standard of service.
Note: It is recommended that when dealing with an estate agents that you verify that they are registered with the Estate Agency Affairs Board www.eaab.org.za and hold a valid Fidelity Fund Certificate.
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