The industry, via the National Property Practitioners Council notes the opinion (“CLARITY OF WHETHER OR NOT THE STANDARD OF TRAINING OF ESTATE AGENTS REGULATIONS OF 2008 ARE STILL APPLICABLE FOLLOWING THE COMING INTO EFFECT OF THE PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS ACT, No.22 of 2019”) that was issued on 30 June 2022 by the Property Practitioners Regulatory Authority regarding the interpretation of the new Property Practitioners Regulation as it pertains only to the education and certification requirement.
As the leading property sector industry council, representing the 9 leading national industry
associations and over 45 000 property practitioners, the NPPC is deeply concerned by the PPRA’s
factually incorrect and misleading interpretation of the education regulations.
Read the full press statement issued below:-