Everitt now member of elite global network

Chas Everitt International MD Berry Everitt has been recognised as an expert in international real estate.

He has been awarded the prestigious Certificate of the International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation and as a result is now a member of an elite referral network of 1600 global real estate practitioners with expertise in working with international clients as well as immigrants.

To gain the qualification, Everitt had to complete rigorous coursework devoted to learning cultural differences as well as international business practices and has also proven his achievements in concluding international real estate transactions.

The CIPS designation is awarded by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), which represents more than a million realtors in the United States and which is associated with the Institute of Estate Agents of South Africa.

The qualification not only means that Everitt is an expert in helping local clients to buy overseas property, but also that his name is on a database of certified professionals that can be searched by foreign investors looking to buy property in SA.

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