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IEASA residential rentals course in CT

04 Jul 2013

As a letting agent, it is important to be completely au fait with the Rental Housing Act and the legal interpretation of it, as well as the practical day-to-day aspects of rental management. 

The subjects that will be covered include the Rental Housing Act, unfair practices, regulations and Consumer Protection Act implications, landlord and property management agreements, and advertising and marketing.

Of the courses lined up to help estate agents get the necessary training to specialise in their chosen field of property transactions, the Institute of Estate Agents, Western Cape, has arranged for a comprehensive residential rentals course to be run at their Training Centre in Pinelands

The course will run from 10 to 11 July 2013, from 9:30am to 2:00pm and the cost for the two days is R1 200. 

The subjects that will be covered include the Rental Housing Act, unfair practices, regulations and Consumer Protection Act implications, landlord and property management agreements (of which samples will be given to each attendee); advertising and marketing, tenant screening, dealing with applications and problems with tenants;

costs of renting, deposit handling, rental increases, late payment procedures, agent fees and how to handle inspections and inventories in homes. 

The course will also covers subjects such as the rights of landlords and tenants, dealing with repairs and maintenance, eviction procedures – which includes ejectment and spoliation, attachment orders and granting of interdicts, change of ownership of properties and various case studies. 

For more information call 021 531 3180 or email

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