Thu 22 Jun 2017
Well done to Emily Baines at John German Estate Agents in Burton for passing her exams to become a qualified Member of the National Association of Estate Agents (MNAEA).
Ambitious Emily joined John German in 2014 to start her career in Estate Agency. As an integral part of the team in Burton, Emily's passion for people and property has been a key component to her success. Within a year, Emily signed up to study for a qualification in residential sales and to become a member of the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).
What is NAEA Propertymark?
The NAEA, which has recently changed its name to NAEA Propertymark is a professional body which protects those buying and selling property. Its aim is to raise standards amongst estate agents, with member agents meeting higher standards than the law demands to provide greater protection for consumers. Why choose an NAEA Propertymark estate agent?
Emily studied for a NFoPP Level 3 Technical Award in Sale of Residential Property which covered a broad range of topics including Law Relating to Residential Property Sales, Practice Relating to Residential Property Sales and Property Appraisal & Basic Building Construction.
"The course was superb, it’s provided me with an incredible amount of information to guide clients through a property sale. As one can imagine, there's such a variety of situations when it comes to selling and buying a house, and to be better informed gives me the ability to confidently help people with their move". Emily comments.
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"Many thanks for all of your expert assistance and advice in the sale of my property and subsequent purchase. Throughout the process I found that your staff consistently offered good advice and dealt with all of the issues raised speedily and efficiently. I would wholeheartedly recommend John German and will have no hesitation in using your services again in the future should the situation arise."