Four ways a property agent can cheat you


The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents’ (MIEA) CEO K Soma Sundram shares his views with StarBiz and notes that these are usually carried out by an illegal property broker or agent that does not have proper certification.

PETALING JAYA: The property sector appears to be getting a lot of attention from both potential buyers and sellers that are looking to take advantage of the opportunities that may arise from the current uncertain economy.

With the heightened interest in this sector during this period, it is also worth noting that there may be unscrupulous agents that would be out to take advantage of the situation unbeknownst to either the buyer or seller.

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