Free Property Seminar Provides Insights and Tools for Success

Free Property Seminar Provides Insights and Tools for Success

Private Property South Africa
South African Property Transfer Guide (SAPTG)

The South African Property Transfer Guide (SAPTG) in association with industry partners is currently hosting a free nationwide training seminar for property professionals entitled ‘Know your Game’. Designed to offer industry-specific information that can be used to strengthen the real estate business today, ‘Know your Game’ also arms delegates with tools to take their client service to the next level. The seminars continue until 21 May at different venues nationwide. “The seminar is a platform for property professionals to come together and learn valuable insights and ideas that will help secure livelihoods by increasing sales” says SAPTG’s Head of Property Data Research, Dieter Deppisch. Acknowledging the recent recession, he insists that “understanding the South African people, trends and economy more fluently, property professionals can keep themselves relevant and thriving even during challenging times.” The Development Institute and Training Academy of Southern Africa (DITASA) strengthens the seminar with a presentation aimed at resolving any uncertainties surrounding the NQF level 4 and 5 qualifications. Effective online property marketing is also covered by an expert from Property Genie, one of the largest online real estate portals in South Africa. SA Homeloans offer their expertise in the field of consumer creditworthiness and explain how agents can ensure their potential buyers will meet stringent requirements when applying for financial assistance. In addition, the seminar provides delegates with simple answers to complex legal issues. “The seminar is a platform for property professionals to come together and learn valuable insights and ideas that will help secure livelihoods by increasing sales” says SAPTG’s Head of Property Data Research, Dieter Deppisch. Acknowledging the recent recession, he insists that “understanding the South African people, trends and economy more fluently, property professionals can keep themselves relevant and thriving even during challenging times.” In the spirit of 2010, Deppisch concludes, “know your game, know the rules, and you will score with regularity.” Anyone interested in the ‘Know your Game’ seminar is invited to book for free on the SAPTG website

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