Auctioneers and valuers
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Agents have a range of options available to them for selling a property. Choosing the right one can have a huge impact on the price achieved, the satisfaction of buyers and sellers with the process, and the reputation of the agent.
The purpose of the ivory Act is to prohibit commercial activities concerning ivory in the UK and the import and re-export of ivory for commercial purposes to and from the UK. This includes intra-EU trade to and from the UK.
Propertymark Passport is an exclusive benefit for NAEA Propertymark and NAVA Propertymark members. It enables you to verify customers' identities and supports your compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations.
It’s a criminal offence to trade as a high value dealer or property auctioneer without being registered with HMRC for money laundering supervision. This guide will help protect your business and ensure you understand the rules.
What are the specific safety requirements for selling upholstered furniture at auction?
NAVA Propertymark have adopted RICS' Common Auctions Conditions for auctions of real estate in England and Wales. The seventh edition was pubished in March 2018.
We have partnered with Border Force on an initiative to responsibly remove ivory and other endangered species items from circulation. Participation in the scheme demonstrates your support for various initiatives to preserve endangered wildlife.
We have developed an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter Financing of Terrorism (CFT) Questionnaire to help you highlight possible areas for improvement in your business.
Our Identity Verification Form will assist you in collecting the important information you need about the vendor and the property or land to be sold. Use the form to tick off the appropriate checks and comply with the money laundering regulations.
The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has issued guidance providing clarity on how auction houses should present mandatory fees and charges when referring to guide prices.
Do the new cancellation regulations still apply when a chattels auctioneer collects items from the home of the owner, to sell in a chattels auction at another location?