Aimee has achieved the Level 3 Award in Residential Letting and Property Management.
The Award, which is a nationally recognised industry qualification, meets the Association of Residential Letting Agents’ (ARLA) Propertymark membership requirements for those looking to join the Association as a member agent. ARLA Propertymark is the UK's foremost professional body for letting agents. It aims to promote better regulation and higher practice standards in the UK private rented sector.
Aimee commented: “It was important for me to secure this recognised qualification as a letting agent. It is not only a personal achievement but also a mark of professionalism and trust; it provides reassurance to tenants dealing with OneAgency Estate Agents that the agency adheres to the highest professional standards, and that employees are qualified and knowledgeable letting agents.”
Aimee is among a growing number of agents across the UK working with ARLA Propertymark and Propertymark Qualifications to become qualified and raise standards within the industry.
Melfyn Williams, Chair of the Governing Body, added: “The Propertymark Qualifications Level 3 Award is a regulated qualification ideal for candidates wanting to improve existing knowledge in the key areas related to residential letting and property management. Propertymark Qualifications is committed to raising standards within the residential letting and property management sector through the provision of accredited, nationally recognised qualifications, such as the award Aimee has achieved.”
David Cox, ARLA Propertymark Chief Executive, concludes: “I congratulate Aimee on her achievement of the Level 3 qualification and welcome her to ARLA Propertymark.
“ARLA Propertymark strives for better regulation in the private rented sector; with the support of letting agents across the UK recognising the need for higher standards and integrity in the sector, gaining a qualification with Propertymark Qualifications counts as a real stamp of professionalism and supports the drive for better practice within the industry.”