Indigo Estates

Membership & Associations


Indigo Estates are full members of the following professional associations...

The National Association of Estate Agents

There is NO mandatory regulation of estate agents. The idea that ‘anyone can become an estate agent’ is not far from the truth. Our estate agents join NAEA voluntarily to demonstrate transparency and ensure they are at the forefront of developments in the industry and to provide the very best moving experience to their consumers – they have nothing to hide! By using a NAEA estate agent consumers are guaranteed to be consulting with a professional agent who can give them up-to-date advice and guidance. All NAEA estate agents agree to comply with the professional standards outlined within the NFoPP Conduct and Membership Rules, demonstrating their dedication and commitment to higher standards within residential sales. For more information please visit  www.naea.co.uk

 

The Jersey Estate Agents Association

The Jersey Estate Agents' Association was established in 1965 to provide a structure for its members to follow in order to encourage best practice and to safeguard its customers. This comes in the form of a Code of Practice. Click here for further information www.JEAA.co.uk

 

The Property Ombudsman

 

The Property Ombudsman provides dispute resolution for the communications, energy, property and copyright licensing industries. They also provide an independent, impartial and cost effective means of resolving disputes outside the courts. Click here for further information www.tpos.co.uk

 

   

The Guild of Professional Estate Agents

The Guild of Professional Estate Agents is an exclusive network of the UK’s leading independent estate agents. In order to be accepted as a Guild Member, an agency must operate under a clearly defined Code of Conduct and be a member of either The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) or The Property Ombudsman, which provides a free, fair and independent service for dealing with unresolved disputes involving member firms. Members must also sign-up to both formal and informal third party redress systems and have full professional indemnity insurance in place. All Guild members are committed to providing continuous professional development and training for their staff and regular training courses are held at venues throughout the UK. For further information www.guildproperty.co.uk

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