There are five different associations that make up Propertymark, each offers a tailored membership for a different area of the property sector.
NAEA Propertymark continues to be a powerful voice for the estate agency industry. We deliver increased awareness of our members’ commitment to the highest quality of service and help our members to develop themselves and their businesses. Our website is a credible source of answers, consumers searching for advice on buying and selling are driven towards our guides and ‘Find an expert’ search which you will become a part of.
ARLA Propertymark is the go-to association for letting agents and a mark of excellence to show to your clients and future clients. Becoming a member underpins the quality you bring to the profession where credibility is key. The challenges faced by letting agents have never been greater and our guidance will help you stay up to date amongst the countless proposals, reports, investigations and legislative changes to the property sector.
Whether you’re a chattels or property valuer/auctioneer, being part of the Propertymark family is a big selling point. You will benefit from the big-budget marketing campaigns aimed at increasing brand recognition amongst consumers. Many of your new customers will have never dealt with valuers or auctioneers before, so from their perspective seeing the NAVA Propertymark logo will reassure them that they are protected and dealing with professional people.
NAEA Commercial is a professional body for commercial and business transfer agents. Becoming a member demonstrates your dedication to professionalism within the commercial property sector.
A comprehensive inventory sets the standard at the start of a tenancy and plays a significant role in protecting both the landlord and tenant. The quality of inventory provision varies greatly across the industry so make sure your clients know you work to the highest professional standards by joining ARLA Inventories.
Principals, Partners and Directors
Joining Propertymark demonstrates your dedication to professionalism, development and the industry itself. As a Principal, Partner or Director (PPD), you must ensure each property organisation you are legally responsible for meets our Company Obligations as part of your individual membership.
Employees and anyone looking to work in the industry
Whilst ability and experience are highly sought-after by employers, being a member of a professional body can help you to stand out from the competition and give you an edge when applying for a new job or internal promotion.