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The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) is pushing up its presence in the market while safeguarding clients in order to successfully play their part in revitalising the economy since the estate agency practise sector has reopened.

“While we are eager to go back to work, we want to warn our agents to be cautious in order to protect our clients and real estate professionals from the spread of Covid-19.” Meeting, engaging, negotiating, and working with buyers, tenants, sellers, and landlords is an important part of our job as real estate brokers. We wish to put the old adage “prevention is better than cure” into practise. MIEA noted in a press release.

Rose Lai, the head of the MIEA Sabah branch committee, took the initiative to create an instructional real estate standard operating procedures (SOPs) film for all parties to follow. The two-and-a-half-minute movie is part of MIEA’s corporate social responsibility plan for 2021, according to Ministry of Health rules.

The video focuses on the preparations for property viewings as well as how to handle a property viewing. “As responsible agents, we must safeguard our clients’ interests, and we hope that the video will help the general public acquire trust in our work and encourage our agents to do their part.” “We are pleased to announce that this film will be used by approximately 30,000 real estate professionals across the country,” MIEA said.

 

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PETALING JAYA: To effectively play their part to revitalise the economy since the estate agency practice sector has reopened, the Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) is stepping up its presence in the market whilst safeguarding clients.

“While we are excited to resume work, we want to remind our agents to be wary to safeguard our clients as well as the real estate practitioners themselves against the spread of Covid-19. Part of our main responsibility as real estate agents is the need to meet, engage, negotiate and work with buyers, tenants, sellers and landlords. We want to live up to the old adage that prevention is better than cure.” said MIEA in a press statement.

MIEA Sabah branch committee chairman Rose Lai took the initiative to produce an educational real estate standard operating procedures (SOPs) video for all parties to adhere to. Based on the Health Ministry’s guidelines, the two-and-a-half-minute video is part of MIEA’s corporate social responsibility for 2021.

The video highlights the preparations before the viewings and handling of the viewing of a property. “As responsible agents, we need to protect the interest of our clients, and we hope the video will help the general public to gain confidence with our work and our agents to play their part. We are happy to note that this video will be used nationwide by some 30,000 real estate practitioners,” said MIEA.

 

Source: Star Property