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January 19 2012

PUNE: The Estate Agents' Association of Pune (EAAP) has devised a test for real estate brokers who intend to become its members.

EAAP president Govind Bhagchandani told reporters on Tuesday that RE-MET (Real Estate Membership Entrance Test) is an entrance level test mandatory for aspiring real estate consultants who wish to be members of the association. It is an online test, developed and offered by National Association of Realtors - India (NAR - India) of which EAAP is a founder member, Bhagchandani added.

The test module shall attempt to create a clear qualitative difference between its members and any other practicing real estate consultants, he said. The existing members of EAAP would also have to clear the test, he said, adding that the process of existing members taking the test has already begun.

Bhagchandani said anybody can take the test and obtain a certificate from EAAP.

EAAP vice president Kishen Milaney said the association is also planning to start a 'Customer Redressal Cell', where it will look into the complaints made by customers against their members and mediate to solve the problems.

He said as part of its Silver Jubilee Celebration, EAAP has planned a seminar 'Marketing Real Estate (Best Practices)' at Hotel Sun & Sand on January 19. The association will also release its EAAP directory at the hands of CREDAI (National) president Lalit Kumar Jain on January 21, he said.

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