NALS ensures that agents comply with defined service standards and have a customer complaints procedure offering independent redress through the Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme, professional indemnity insurance, client money protection cover and access to tenancy deposit protection.
What does OEA stand for?
OEA stands for Ombudsman for Estate Agents (UK)
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We have 90 other meanings of OEA in our Acronym Attic
- Office of Employee Appeals
- Office of Energy Assurance (DOE)
- Office of Environmental Adjudication (Indiana)
- Office of External Affairs
- Office of Extramural Activities (NIAAA)
- Office of The Employment Advocate (Australia)
- Ohio Education Association
- Oil, Engine, Arctic (US Army)
- Okaya Electric America
- Oklahoma Education Association
- Omron Electronics Asia (Hong Kong)
- Ontario Energy Association (Canada)
- Open Enforcement Action
- Operating Environment Architecture
- Operation and Easement Agreement (real estate leasing)
- Oregon Education Association
- Organização dos Estados Americanos (Portuguese: Organization of American States)
- Organizacion de Estados Americanos (OAS in English)
- Organization of European Aluminium Refiners & Remelters
- Organizational Expense Account
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Staff Reporter OMBUDSMAN for estate agents Christopher Hamer is seeing a major switch towards dealing with disputes covering lettings as the pro- file of the property market changes.
A REPORT by The Ombudsman for Estate Agents (OAE) shows a massive 200% annual increase in letting-related complaints, highlighting the need for the public to be acutely aware of rapid changes in the property letting industry.
If you have a complaint, call the Ombudsman for Estate Agents on 01722 333306.
The Ombudsman for Estate Agents (OEA) scheme is intended to cover both sales and lettings, and to provide independent arbitration of disputes between agents and customers.
Last year more than 8,000 angry customers contacted the Ombudsman for Estate Agents (OEA) - an increase of 41 per cent on 2005.
Much headway has been made, including the Ombudsman for Estate Agents (OEA) now being endorsed by the Office of Fair Trading.