All ERA Singapore agents will each receive about S$1,340 under the organisation’s 2021 COVID-19 Business Support Plan.
SINGAPORE, May 04, 2021 – Leading real estate agency ERA Network Realty (ERA Singapore) today announced it is unveiling its 2021 COVID-19 Business Support Plan, to which it is contributing over S$10 million. Comprising three grants — digital, training and career — the plan is set to benefit more than 8,000 ERA real estate agents on their professional development journeys.
Emerge stronger together through the adoption of digital solutions and technological resources
Every ERA agent will get to claim a digital grant of S$700. This grant empowers agents by allowing them to harness new technologies to gain a competitive advantage. S$500 is allocated to the setting up of a custom domain and hosting, development of a personal website as well as project web and ERA Project 360-degree virtual tours. The next S$100 can be used for ERA Tech Tools, such as RealtyWatch by ERA, robo advisor, robo chatbot, eSignature, analytics and eBooks. The final S$100 can be used to offset costs that come from subscriptions to digital services such as accessing condo floor plans, eLitho, For Sale By Owner / For Rent By Owner, HiWire Online – PowerSearch, HomeBiz and HomeLoan.
Upskilling to meet the market needs of the future
Periodic training is a key ingredient that ensures a real estate agent’s lifelong success. The training grant of S$356 will support an individual’s learning journey . Agents can now each claim up to S$76 when they attend the Continuing Professional Development courses conducted by RIA School. The S$100 Ultimate Agent Training eVouchers can be redeemed on myERA. The S$180 2021 Conference Fees will cover expenses incurred when attending this year’s Asia Pacific Business Conference, Career Advancement Day Quarter Conferences and Monthly Award Ceremony.
Building a sustainable career
Agents can tap the Career Grant of S$283.50 to fully offset their Real Estate Salesperson License Renewal, if paid within the 1 to 31 October 2020 cycle. The career grant can also be utilised for other business outflows, such as prospecting or recruitment matters.
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