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EARB issues notice for public participation on proposed Kenya Real Estate Agents’ Code of Conduct & CPD rules

The Estate Agents Registration Board is
calling on All consumers of the Estate Agents services are invited to
participate in a Public Participation forum to be commenced by Estate Agents
Registration Board for the proposed Development of the Estate Agents’ Code of
Conduct & CPD rules on Thursday, 28th April,2022.

The event will be conducted virtually

Introduction of CPD rules would place the
Kenyan real estate industry at par with peers in other countries and also other
local professional bodies.

To Register, Click or here.

of the code of conduct for real estate agents is in line with The Estate Agents
CAP 533 that requires EARB to publish a statement specifying acts or omissions
which, if done or made by a practising estate agent in his capacity as such
would, in the opinion of the Board, be contrary to the public interest or
amount to professional misconduct by the person so practicing

To learn more about the The
Estate Agents Registration Board, please visit their website by clicking

You can
learn more about 
The Estate Agents Registration Board by reading this article on How to register
with EARB

In a related
article posted on local dailies, EARB has notified consumers to report any
person purporting to act as an Estate Agent without a valid annual practicing certificate
to the board.

Details of the 2022 Registered and Practicing
Estate Agents in Kenya can be accessed from Kenya Gazette Notice Vol. CXXIV –
No. 53 dated 25th March 2022

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