Wed 11 May 2016
There is no mandatory regulation of estate agents, so the idea that ‘anyone can become an estate agent’ isn't actually far from the truth.
National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) members join voluntarily to ensure they’re at the forefront of industry developments and to show transparency through abiding by their nationally recognised code of practice.
Proud members of the NAEA
John German Estate Agents are proud to be members the NAEA as well as the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), and are registered with The Ombudsman – Property services.
Membership of these professional bodies means you can be confident that you are dealing with a professional, regulated firm of estate agents, that will provide you with the very best moving experience.
What makes NAEA estate agents different?
Up-to-date advice & guidance
By using a NAEA estate agent you are guaranteed to be consulting with a professional agent who can give you upto-date advice and guidance.
NAEA estate agents are experienced and trained professionals who abide by a nationally recognised Code of Practice.
Ruling on complaints through independent ombudsman services and NFoPP Regulation. *
Peace of mind
They hold all the correct insurance and protection to give you peace of mind through your move. *
Registered with HMRC to ensure compliance with money laundering regulations. *
* Relates to NAEA Licensed members. NAEA Licensed members work for or are the business owners of an estate agency which meets obligations set out by NFoPP.
Your home is your biggest asset, be confident in your choice of estate agent, choose John German Estate Agents.
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"Stuart, Sheila and myself pass on our heartfelt thanks to you and the staff at John German Estate Agents for the very professional way in which you have dealt with the sale of our property. We are somewhat amazed at the speed at which everything has progressed to completion. This we believe, to a great extent, is due to the way in which the property has been presented by you and the staff. "