Train­ing pro­gramme on RERA and GST

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - Estates - - FRONT PAGE -

Real es­tate ad­vi­sory com­pany, HDFC Realty has an­nounced a part­ner­ship with the Royal In­sti­tu­tion of Char­tered Sur­vey­ors (RICS) - the world’s pri­mary pro­fes­sional body for qual­i­fi­ca­tions and stan­dards in land, prop­erty, in­fra­struc­ture and con­struc­tion.

Through this part­ner­ship, a se­ries of train­ing pro­grammes will be or­gan­ised over the year, to pro­vide in-depth un­der­stand­ing and ed­u­ca­tion to real es­tate pro­fes­sion­als on a wide va­ri­ety of top­ics such as the im­plica- tions of RERA mar­ket seg­men­ta­tion, GST, and more.

This strate­gic and long-term part­ner­ship be­tween HDFC Realty and RICS will fur­ther en­sure a higher level of knowl­edge and skills that bro­kers and real es­tate fra­ter­nity can ben­e­fit from.

In cur­rent times, it is crit­i­cal for real es­tate pro­fes­sion­als to avail and own in­for­ma­tion that can en­able a cus­tomer to make a well-in­formed de­ci­sion on their prop­erty pur­chase as quickly and ef­fec­tively as pos­si­ble.

Kick­ing off this part­ner­ship, HDFC Realty, in as­so­ci­a­tion with RICS is of­fer­ing its first pro­gramme - a spe­cial one-day cer­tifi­cate course bro­kers, agents and ser­vice ad­vi­sors alike, to fur­ther en­hance their skills for bet­ter client man­age­ment, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, ne­go­ti­at­ing strate­gies and their knowl­edge on the likely im­pact of RERA.

Sched­uled for April 6, 2017, the train­ing pro­gramme is avail­able to all in­ter­ested par­ties at a par­tic­i­pa­tion fee of ` 4,099 per del­e­gate.

The ex­ec­u­tive man­age­ment pro­gramme will fo­cus on the in­tri­ca­cies of bro­ker­age trans­ac­tions and ser­vices.

The fo­cus will be on how the mar­ket has evolved, what are the cur­rent con­di­tions; how the mar­ket op­er­ates with and with­out chan­nel part­ners; the im­por­tance and role of bro­kers,, agents in real es­tate; how var­i­ous prop­er­ties should be trans­acted and ne­go­ti­ated, along with com­mis­sions charged, the state­ment said.

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