Friday, Nov 17, 2006

Government prepares bill to tighten estate agent's code of conduct

Guardian Unlimited: Estate agents face compulsory watchdog scheme

Estate agents will be forced to join an independent ombudsman scheme and keep records of their dealings with buyers and sellers for six years, under plans put forward today by the government.

Posted by jellycaster @ 05:18 PM (417 views)
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1. Nohpc said...

This will make a huge difference... not. Estate agents at the heart of it are trying to make money. They are all the same.

Friday, November 17, 2006 10:23PM Report Comment
 

2. harold said...

Empty government spin. EAs are just exploiting the situation created by lenders. Will the government curtail irresponsible lending - not a chance.

Saturday, November 18, 2006 04:55PM Report Comment
 

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