Setting Standards in the Real Estate industry

On Thursday December 14th. the Malta Business Weekly interviewed Mr. Douglas Salt, President of the Federation of Estate Agents (Malta). Below is the introduction; the full interview can be read here.

The Federation of Estate Agents has come a long way since its foundation a year ago. David Lindsay speaks to its president DOUGLAS SALT about, among other issues, the FEA’s initiatives aimed at continued training for the market’s players, differentiating between ethical agents and the cowboys, the effect of last year’s capital gains amendments and the health of the property market as it stands today.

Set up with the multiple aims of ensuring real estate business is conducted ethically, to generally raise the standard of the industry in Malta, to work the authorities concerned and to provide for continued professional training for players in the industry, the Federation of Estate Agents (FEA) has come a long way since its inception a little over a year ago, FEA president Douglas Salt explains.With 45 plus members, the Federation comprises all Malta’s major real estate players and was established...........”


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