Throughout the panel discussion, inquiries were guided to Chia of CEA regarding how the regulator handles grievances from the general public and just how it intends to raise the level of professionalism and trust amongst realty agents.
The Singapore Estate Agents Association (SEAA), the biggest market representative body for real estate salesmans in Singapore, held its very first in-person representatives seminar on July 27.
The meeting was organised by SEAA as a platform for representatives to listen to insights from federal government companies and also industry gamers regarding just how the realty sector might change and develop in a post-Covid environment.
There were several keynote audio speakers such as Adele Tan, team director of strategic planning at URA; Serene Tay, sector partner at SLA; Lee Nai Jia, previous deputy supervisor at the Institute of Real Estate and also Urban Studies at NUS; and Patrick Tan, creator and CEO of Fortis Law.
On The Other Hand, Bernard Tong shared just how systems such as EdgeProp Singapore act as enablers for the market instead of disruptors. He included that the suite of property-related research devices available to representatives and customers on platforms such as EdgeProp heighten the marketplace understanding and also helps all events.
From left, the panel moderator Eddie Lim, Exco member of SEAA and senior vice-president of PropNex Realty; Chia I-Ling, director, plan & specialist growth, CEA; Patrick Tan, creator and also 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 as well as taking care of companion at SRI.
The panellists consisted of Chia I-Ling, director, plan & expert advancement at the Council for Estate Agencies; Bruce Lye, 1st vice-president of SEAA as well as taking care of partner at Singapore Realtors Inc (SRI); Bernard Tong, CEO of The Edge Singapore/EdgeProp Singapore; Lee Nai Jia previously of NUS; as well as Patrick Tan of Fortis Law.
Bruce Lye shared his experiences and development trip establishing his own company from scratch, and he offered suggestions to help new property representatives carve out their very own one-of-a-kind marketing point to avoid feeling disadvantaged compared to even more experienced agents.
Tan of URA shared essential aspects of Singapore’s Long-Term Plan Review, a 50-year urban strategy that maps out the nation’s strategic land usages and also infrastructure requirements. On the other hand, Tay of SLA shared features of One-Map, the clear-cut national map data source created by SLA.
The title of the conference was ‘Thriving in Tomorrow’s Real Estate Business: Gearing up of what’s coming’, and also it was attended by more than 500 realty representatives.
The one-day conference wrapped up with a panel discussion moderated by Eddie Lim an Exco participant of SEAA and senior vice-president of PropNex Realty.
On the other hand, Lee Nai Jia laid out different publicly available building data that representatives could use to value-add their solutions, and also Patrick Tan of Fortis Law described various methods to structure home purchases for high net-worth customers.