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Should the UK emulate Norway?

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Or would the following be a step too far?

 

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The real estate market in Norway is traditionally seen as safe, which has encouraged more cautious investors. In order to practise as a real estate agent in Norway, it is necessary to obtain a licence which requires education to university level, as well as two years¡¦ experience in the relevant field. All agents abide by a code of conduct and have a continuing obligation of professional development.

http://www.fancyamortgage.co.uk/NorwegianMortgages/PropertyMarketinNorway.asp

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I don't think it is necessary. Technology will change it automatically.

I can see no reason before landregistry becomes obsolete (eg. Blockchain based exchanges) and online/hybrid estate agencies rule the place, with lot of conveyancing tools automatically available.

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On 31/12/2018 at 19:36, getknk said:

I don't think it is necessary. Technology will change it automatically.

I can see no reason before landregistry becomes obsolete (eg. Blockchain based exchanges) and online/hybrid estate agencies rule the place, with lot of conveyancing tools automatically available.

Keep dreaming 

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12 hours ago, bushblairandbrown said:

Keep dreaming 

which part do you think won't come? or you think none of these will come?

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