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Our Credentials – SAFETY, SECURITY & RELIABILITY for Our Clients

Protection of Investors Rights

It is far too often that we hear about “Amazing” deals not coming through to fruition. Not only does the investor lose their hard-earned savings, they also have no chance of claiming their money back due to poor policing of practices in the given country. ADDED VALUE is part of the UK’s property investment framework, all professional companies must adhere to regulatory guidelines and bodies as part of their everyday life. Failing to do so commonly leads to hefty fines, and/or imprisonment.

These bodies include:

National Assiciation of Estate Agents (NAEA)

The National Trading Standards Estate Agency Team of Powys County Council in its role as the UK’s lead enforcement authority for the Estate Agents Act 1979 has updated its guidance to help property sales businesses to comply with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (CPRs) and the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008 (BPRs) when carrying out activities in the UK. This guidance updates and replaces the previous Office of Fair Trading ‘Guidance on Property Sales’.

The Property Onbudsmen

The Property Ombudsman (TPO) scheme has been providing consumers and property agents with an alternative dispute resolution service since 1990.
The Ombudsman’s resolutions are designed to achieve a full and final settlement of the dispute and all claims made by either party. The Ombudsman can, where appropriate, make compensatory awards in individual cases up to a maximum of £25,000 for actual and quantifiable loss and/or for aggravation, distress and/or inconvenience caused by the actions of an agent.

Trading Standards Institute UK

The National Trading Standards Estate Agency Team of Powys County Council in its role as the UK’s lead enforcement authority for the Estate Agents Act 1979 has updated its guidance to help property sales businesses to comply with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (CPRs) and the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008 (BPRs) when carrying out activities in the UK. This guidance updates and replaces the previous Office of Fair Trading ‘Guidance on Property Sales’.

Secure “Client Account” Is your money safe?

Consumer confidence is high on the agenda for all investors, especially as transferring large sums of money internationally can sometimes be fraught with danger, particularly, and especially if there is no “safety net” or legal support for the payee.

This is often the case, and can lead to fraud.In plain and simple terms, a customer services led professional company should administer funds via a Client Account. The true function of this is to hold funds in a secure account, which acts as a “half way” point from payee to receiver. Laws and regulations are weighted towards the payee, and funds are not transferred to the receiver until the legal representative/solicitor is informed, confident, and assured that practices, and agreements have been adhered to. Below is how the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) view the importance of it; “The Principles set out in the Handbook apply to all aspects of practice, including the handling of client money. Those which are particularly relevant to these rules are that you must: