Friday, March 14, 2008

Now Pune property buyers can source property for purchase or rent anywhere in the world through their Pune Real Estate Agent

Transnational Referral Certificate (TRC)

Local realtors in India need no longer confine their activities to the local market. They can now extend their operations by transacting on a global level.

This was made possible by the National Association of Realtors – India (NAR-India) and Bangalore Realtors Association- India (BRA-I), who facilitated the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC) programme for the first time in India, in Bangalore recently.

The Transnational Referral Certification (TRC) programme was conducted by NAR-India in association with NAR- US and the International Consortium of Real Estate Associations (ICREA), US.

Apart from the certification course, a series of workshops and seminars are to be conducted across the country.

A one-time ICREA registration fee of US $ 99 (approximately Rs 4,000) was required to be paid if participants needed the certificate. Individual member brokers, on completing the course, were given a Transnational Referral Certificate (TRC).

Besides Bangalore Realtors Association – India (BRA-I), Chennai Real Estate Agents Association (CREAA), Estate Agents’ Association of Pune (EAAP), Realtors & Estate Consultant Association of Kolkata (RECA), Association of Certified Realtors of India (ACRI), Gujarat Realtors Association (GRA), and Andhra Pradesh Realtors Association (APRA), also signed a protocol agreement with NAR-India.
- Global transactions for Indian realtors

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