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Submission deadline

Kalesi Mele
Saturday, August 12, 2017

REAL estate agents across the country have been given 21 days to make submissions and raise their concerns about the industry to the newly formed Fiji Real Estate Agents Association.

Association president Vyas Sharma said the association would collect submissions and present them to the Real Estate Board.

"Previously we have never had an association so we are requesting that all agents come forward and express their grievances and what changes they wish to see in the industry," he said.

"We've just started to create subcommittees that will be able to look into the needs of agents across the country."

Mr Sharma said the association presently did not have a code of ethics.

"We hope to get a draft ready by early next week before we circulate it and agents can provide feedback."

There are a little over 100 real estate agents in Fiji.

Mr Sharma said agents that were not part of the association were welcome to provide feedback.

"Only 50 agents have registered with the association so far, but all are welcome to make submissions."








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