Fourth REMA training concludes

Brihat Investments Pvt. Ltd. (BI), in affiliation with Thai Real State Business School (TREBS), has for the fourth consecutive time, successfully conducted the Real Estate Marketing Agent (REMA) Course from March 23 - 28, 2011. With the primary objective to bring about positive changes in the construction world and with an emphasis on the 3 RE’s - Real Estate Investment, Real Estate Partnering for Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Marketing Agents - the trainees are guided on ethical business deals in the land and housing sector.

Dr. Sopon Pornchokchai, a Real Estate Expert from TREBS Bangkok, Mr. Om Rajbhandary, Chairman of BI & CEO of TCH and the Real Estate and Marketing Expert along with other professionals, bankers, insurance experts and other concerned authorities partook in this session.

Altogether, 14 participants were fortunate to be united in this session where Real Estate Market Scenario of Nepal, Fundamentals of Real Estate Marketing, Housing Projects at a glance were delved by Mr. Om Rajbhandary while Er. Shambhu K.C, Superintendent Engineer, Department of Urban Development Building Construction Division Officer had spoken on By-laws for Residential and Commercial Buildings, Ar. Purusottam Dangol, highlighted on Civil Construction and Role of Architects in Real Estate Market. Mr. Ranjit Acharya, CEO of Prisma Advertising mesmerized the trainees with the product selling enhanced by knowledge, power and negotiation aspects in an improvised ambience compounded with bizarre roles of the media world and Mr. Kalyan Bikram Pande, Head of Business Banking of Janata Bank had spoken on banking sectors' role in housing with proper emphasis on current market scenario. Everest Insurance’s General Manager, Mr. Kewal Krishna Shrestha highlighted on the insurance attributes that affect this sort of industry in many ways.

Similarly, Advocate, Mr. Rudra Prasad Pokhrel elaborated on the necessities of knowing the Legal Formalities in Real Estate while The Comfort Housing's Senior Manager / Advocate, Mr. Sushil Kumar Chapagain had shed more light on the intricacies of registration and legal formalities. REMA Coordinator, Ms Sabita Joshi also spoke on the real estate transactions with reference to the role of REMA in focus. Dr. Sopon Pornchokchai portrayed his visions with his meticulously gathered experiences highlighting the practical ideas of Real Estate Marketing, Property Valuation and Market Feasibility.

Both the buyers and sellers eventually benefit if transactions are undertaken by such trained individuals as such ethical practices promote genuine valuation of the property as well as eliminate related hassles for the buyer.

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