Board Registration FAQ

The 2-days Negotiators Certification Course (NCC) is for all who wants to join the real estate industry.

Upon completion of this training course by Good Institute, negotiators will receive a certificate of attendance by the Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia (BOVAEA). This certificate is needed for negotiators to register themselves with the Board as has been announced by BOVAEA.

Our sessions are highly rated and recommended by past attendees. Throughout the course, negotiators are trained in all the necessary to do well in this industry.

The Course Content is as below:

  1. Overview of the Property Market – Where is Malaysia’s Market Heading?
  2. Foundation to Real Estate Industry – The Act & the Rules to Success
  3. The Malaysian Estate Agency Standards – The Do’s and Don’ts
  4. Real Estate Practice – Key to Success
  5. IT in Real Estate Advertising / RENs Role in Mortgage Financing and Banking
  6. Legal Training – Real Estate Forms, Title, Tenancies & SPA
  7. Learn the Language of Investors – Laws Relating to Estate Agency Transaction
  8. What’s Next – Diploma Course & Registration Process
  9. A New Journey Begins – Certificate Presentation

1. What is the purpose of the Registration of Real Estate Negotiators Course?

The Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia is currently in the process of registering all negotiators throughout Malaysia. The aim of the registration process is to elevate the real estate profession and real estate practices throughout the country. Moving forward, registration is mandatory. All registered negotiators will be easily identifiable by the public through a ID tag given to those that have attended this course and registered with an agency.

2. How does a negotiator get registered with the Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia? What is the process to get registered?

A) In order for the negotiator to be registered, they are required to obtain a certificate of attendance for 2 days course provided by one of the recognised providers of the Board.

B) Good Institute has been official appointed by the Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia to conduct this course.

C) All attendees of the 2 days course conducted by Good Institute will obtain a Certificate of Attendance issued by the Board bearing the signature of the Board president.

D) Each Registered Estate Agent is entitled to submit a maximum of 20 negotiators using the prescribed form by the Board (Application for registration as negotiator) and other required documents (passport size photograph, copy of employment contract, certified copy of negotiator's IC and Certificate of Attendance) to the Board.

E) Submission to the Board must be done by the registered firm and not individually by the negotiators.

3. What is the benefit of registering as a negotiator with the Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia?

Each registered negotiator will receive a tag bearing the photo and details of the negotiator. This tag is to be worn at all times during the course of doing business. Each registered Negotiator will be given a registration number. The public will also be able to verify the details of each registered negotiator via the Board's website.

4. Is Good Institute recognised by the Board to conduct the Registration of Real Estate Negotiators Course?

Yes. Good Institute has received the official approval and endorsement from the Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia to conduct this course since 2013. All attendees of the course will receive a Certificate of Attendance awarded by the Board and signed by the Board President. Good Institute is organising a series of 2 days Registration of Real Estate Negotiators Courses to facilitate this registration process.

5. Why do past attendees strongly recommend Good Institute?

We prepare attendees for the actual negotiation work. Not only do we cover all the necessary syllabus, on top of that, we provide industry insight, hands-on negotiation and sales practice to Board when they join the industry. They are to attend this course, receive the certificate of completion and pass it to their agency's REA for registration with the Board.