Lettings team expand on their professional qualifications

Two members of Royston & Lund West Bridgford’s Letting’s team have achieved ARLA membership as a result of passing their NFOPP level 2 in Property Management.

The business said,

‘Not only do our landlords and tenants have the reassurance of Royston & Lund’s Lettings Department having full expertise in all that they do, we are now proud to announce that two more members of the Lettings team have become ARLA members as a result of passing their NFOPP level 2 in Property Management.’

This is great recognition for the team, backing our knowledge of the legal aspects and procedures for Lettings and Property Management.

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The Award, which is a nationally recognised industry qualification, meets the Association of Residential Letting Agents’ (ARLA) membership requirements to join the Association as a member agent. ARLA 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.

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Melfyn Williams, Chair of the Governing Body, adds: “The NFoPP QCF Level 2 Award demonstrates a knowledge in the key areas related to residential letting and property management within the lettings sector. The NFoPP Awarding Body 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 Emma and Gaynor have achieved.”

David Cox, Managing Director of ARLA, concludes: “I congratulate Emma and Gaynor on their achievement of the Level 2 qualification and hope to welcome them both to full ARLA membership.

“ARLA 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 an NFoPP qualification counts as a real stamp of professionalism and supports the drive for better practice within the industry.”