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About EAA

The Estate Agents Authority (EAA) is a statutory body, established in November 1997 under the Estate Agents Ordinance (EAO). Its principal functions are to regulate the practice of estate agency in Hong Kong, promote integrity and competence within the industry, and facilitate training for estate agency practitioners to enhance their standards and status.

The EAA organises qualifying examinations, issues licences to individuals and companies, handles complaints against licensees, conducts compliance inspections and metes out disciplinary sanctions to practitioners who have breached the EAO. The EAA also organises activities for the professional development of the trade and promotion of consumer education.


 
Message to the trade from Ms Elaine Liu, JP, the EAA’s Chairman
 (22 November 2020)
LICENCE LIST

Ascertain if the person concerned is currently licensed and the details of the licence

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LICENSEE CORNER

Useful quick links for Licensees

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CONSUMER CORNER

FAQ and useful information for consumers

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CANDIDATE CORNER

Useful information before becoming an estate agent

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