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At simultaneous Extraordinary General Meetings, both ARLA, the Association of Residential Letting Agents, and the NAEA, the National Association of Estate Agents voted in favour of the amalgamation of the two professional bodies

This crucial development for the residential property industry has been structured to enable the general public and the industry at large to work with the already trusted brand names of ARLA and the NAEA.

The respective Presidents of the NAEA and ARLA, Charles Smailes and Robert Jordan, hailed the vote today as a major step in the protection of the consumer, the professionalism of the residential property industry and a benefit for all those employed in residential sales and lettings.

The two Presidents stated, “The hard work and goodwill already demonstrated by the two organisations working together will make this amalgamation under the banner of the National Federation of Property Professionals a formidable force in the property market.�

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