Broker Price Opinion Training Sessions in Albania, Greece and Serbia

tirana-bpo-training_1577Zig Ziglar once said:

“If people like you they will listen to you, but if they trust you they will do business with you.”

For the real estate professional, the establishment of trust within his sphere of operation is a foundation for his survival and excellence. In addition, people in the real estate business know that you cannot have trust without transparency. Continue reading

The 4th Annual Uganda Real Estate Conference and Expo

Uganda Conference 2_2453From Serbia to Uganda, and Brazil to India, since 1992 the IRPF has worked to develop real estate markets in more than 30 countries. A telling outcome of the IRPF’s work is the existence of over 78 real estate associations offering services to members and representing approximately 200,000 professionals.

Today, the IRPF turns its attention to Uganda to share a snapshot of the recent conference and expo held on November 18, 2015 in Kampala, Uganda. Continue reading

Transparency of the Real Estate Market in Moldova


Simultaneously while their colleagues were presenting in Nis, Serbia on behalf of IRPF and the Central European Real Estate Associations Network, CEREAN, (March 25-27, 2015), IRPF consultants Dan Negulescu and Sorin Udrea also provided a successful workshop and training program in Chisinau, Moldova; the program was entitled: “Transparency of the Real Estate Market in Moldova,”  and approximately 90 people, including real estate agents and appraisers, attended. Continue reading

Building Trust and Recognition of U.S. Real Estate Standards in Serbia


Over the span of 3 days in March 2015, President of the Central European Real Estate Associations Network, CEREAN, Nikos Manomenidis and trainer Miltos Apostolidis, both IRPF consultants, participated in a successful program in Serbia called Building Trust and Recognition of U.S. Real Estate Standards funded by the Reaume Foundation. The program offered 34 participants the necessary training and tools to become more competent in the real estate market and advance their careers and personal objectives. All participants were members of the Serbian Real Estate Cluster, or Klaster Nekretnine. Continue reading