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Why You Need a Real Estate Broker

Posted by Carla Manantan on October 18, 2016
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Every time something weird happened to my body, I always made sure that I told my family or friends how I felt. Or I would ask my pharmacist friend about which type of meds I should take or how often I should take them, because I am not a good listener LOL. But seriously, how many of us have a real estate broker for a close friend?

Real estate brokers are professionals who take buying and selling of real estate properties seriously. In fact, the Philippines require aspiring real estate brokers to finish a Bachelor Degree in Real Estate Management and then to pass a grueling licensure examination prepared by the PRC (Philippine Regulatory Commission). Then, by only achieving a grade of 75% or above is the time when they attain their license and are able to practice as a Real Estate Broker.

 
You may be thinking that you don’t need a real estate broker NOW…but soon enough you or one of your family members or friends will be looking for one, and it will come in handy when you already have someone who is top of mind and will be one call away ?

DID YOU KNOW….

…that under R.A 9646 (Real Estate Service Act), ‘that no person shall practice or offer to practice real estate service in the Philippines or offer himself/herself as a real estate service practitioner unless he/she has satisfactorily passed the licensure examination given by the PRC Board.’
…That real estate salesperson must be accredited by the PRC Board, provided that they are in direct supervision of a licensed broker. That no salesperson can directly negotiate, mediate or transact if without first securing an authorized accreditation as a real estate salesperson for the real estate broker as prescribed by the Board of Real Estate.

…Any violation of the R.A 9646 is a penalty fine of not less than P100, 000 or imprisonment of not less than 2 years, or both upon discretion of the court.

OHhhhhhh #changeiscoming!!!

R.A.9646 (Real Estate Service Act) check it out for yourself here

In case you needed the services of a real estate broker from the Philippines, you can contact REBL’s friendly and professional licensed real estate brokers.

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