Western Cape estate agents writing the Professional Designation Exam (PDE) on 17 November have one last chance to attend preparatory workshops at the IEASA training centre on Wednesday (for PDE 4) and Thursday (PDE 5) this week (21 and 22 September).
Trainer Meryl Muller will assist delegates in
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Pam Golding Properties Pretoria East office is on a recruitment drive, following its headquarters move to Menlyn Maine this Wednesday. The company said it was looking to considerably increase the number of its real estate agents in the field, so that it can cover the
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This is according to Brendan Miller, Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl CEO,
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