ARLA membership means your agent has and is continuing to demonstrate a high level of professionalism in all business practices within the industry.
ARLA members must have the ARLA Client Money Protection Bonding Scheme offering protection them from company misappropriation. Every agent is audited yearly to ensure they are complying. Agents also must have Professional Indemnity Insurance Complaints and Disciplinary Procedures.
ARLA members have a robust Code of Practice, covering key stages in letting and managing property. There are comprehensive membership laws including compliance with issues such as handling and accounting for Clients’ money;
ARLA demands certain levels of training, professionalism and commitment to customers from all its members.
ARLA updates its members regularly with changes in legislation and provides wide-ranging training and guidance assisting members to understand and interpret the letting and managing of a property.
For more information please visit the ARLA website.