The panellists included Chia I-Ling, director, plan & specialist growth at the Council for Estate Agencies; Bruce Lye, 1st vice-president of SEAA and managing companion at Singapore Realtors Inc (SRI); Bernard Tong, CEO of The Edge Singapore/EdgeProp Singapore; Lee Nai Jia formerly of NUS; and also Patrick Tan of Fortis Law.
On the other hand, Lee Nai Jia laid out numerous publicly offered home information that agents can use to value-add their services, and Patrick Tan of Fortis Law clarified various techniques to structure residential property deals for high net-worth customers.
Throughout the panel discussion, inquiries were guided to Chia of CEA concerning how the regulator handles grievances from the public as well as just how it plans to elevate the level of professionalism among real estate agents.
The title of the seminar was ‘Thriving in Tomorrow’s Real Estate Business: Gearing up wherefore’s coming’, as well as it was gone to by greater than 500 real estate agents.
The meeting was arranged by SEAA as a system for agents to listen to insights from government companies as well as market players regarding exactly how the realty industry could advance and transform in a post-Covid environment.
Bruce Lye shared his experiences and also growth journey creating his own agency from scratch, as well as he offered recommendations to assist brand-new real estate representatives carve out their very own unique marketing indicate stay clear of sensation deprived contrasted to even more skilled representatives.
There were a number of keynote speakers such as Adele Tan, team supervisor of critical preparation at URA; Serene Tay, sector partner at SLA; Lee Nai Jia, previous deputy supervisor at the Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies at NUS; and also Patrick Tan, creator and CEO of Fortis Law.
The one-day meeting wrapped up with a panel discussion regulated by Eddie Lim an Exco member of SEAA as well as senior vice-president of PropNex Realty.
Bernard Tong shared how systems such as EdgeProp Singapore act as enablers for the industry rather than disruptors. He included that the collection of property-related research study devices offered to agents as well as consumers on systems such as EdgeProp heighten the marketplace expertise and assists all celebrations.
As an example, Tan of URA shared crucial elements of Singapore’s Long-Term Plan Review, a 50-year metropolitan strategy that maps out the country’s calculated land uses as well as framework needs. On the other hand, Tay of SLA shared attributes of One-Map, the clear-cut nationwide map database developed by SLA.
The Singapore Estate Agents Association (SEAA), the biggest industry rep body for real estate salesmans in Singapore, held its initial in-person agents conference on July 27.
From left, the panel moderator Eddie Lim, Exco participant of SEAA as well as senior vice-president of PropNex Realty; Chia I-Ling, supervisor, plan & expert advancement, CEA; Patrick Tan, owner as well as CEO of Fortis Law; Lee Nai Jia formerly of NUS; Bernard Tong, CEO of The Edge Singapore/EdgeProp Singapore; and also Bruce Lye, 1st vice-president of SEAA and also managing partner at SRI.