A Liverpool bases estate agent has secured a nationally-registered industry qualification, and has joined the growing number of qualified agents across the UK to do so.
Ryan Kavanagh of Dankor sales and lettings has passed the national federation of property professionals technical award in sale of residential property, the industry standard for all agents working property sales. It is the required qualification for entry to the national association of estate agents.
I decide to start my studies as i feel my unique approach to customer service will make me a very successful estate agent, and i am thrilled to have secured this technical award.
For me this technical award is evidence of our professionalism and shows are clients that the are dealing with someone who is very knowledgeable and they can trust to do a first class job.
The naea operates along side three of the property sector’s other leading professional bodies:
• The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA)
• The National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers (NAVA)
• The Institution of Commercial & Business Agents (ICBA)
My goal is to achieve all these qualifications over the next 12 months.
The technical award in sale of residential property is a level 3 qualification within the national qualifications framework , which means it is broadly equivalent to A-Level standard. The examinations is made up of 4 units as follows:
Unit 1 - Health and Safety, Security and General Law
Unit 2 - Law Relating to Residential Property Sales
Unit 3 - Practice Relating to Residential Property Sales
Unit 4 - Property Appraisal and Basic Building Construction
Ruth Lilley, Head of membership and professional development explain:
“The technical award is designed to offer a flexible, cost effective route for agents or those seeking to join the profession to improve their knowledge and gain a well-respected, nationally recognised professional qualification,”
“I heartily congratulate Ryan Kavanagh on his achievement, which represents a commitment not only to developing his career, but also to achieve the high industry standards we seek as a body to promote.”