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D. Kumar
Hi,

If the agent is representing the landlord, he cannot collect fees from you as dual representing is an offense under CEA Act. You should highlight this matter as it does not reflect proper values of our industry.

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  • RM
    Hello Kumar,

    Thankyou for your response. I was very disappointed to find out that I am being deceived by this agent:

    Benjamin Poon
    [mob] (65)8128 5225
    [email] ben.poon@mail.com
    Senior Mkt'g Director (R013275Z)
    ERA Realty Network Pte Ltd (L3002382K)

    When i told him that I had heard it was the law that he cannot ask for commission from both parties. He said that after he made the 'deal' with the land lord for us. He 'requested me" to top up the 2 weeks rent out of our own pocket. He said that since we were getting only a 12 month lease that the land lord only paid him 2 weeks rent and not 4 week and so he wanted us to pay the difference .

    Then he came back to us a second time and said I can get the rent down by another hundered if you pay me 2 weeks rent without letting us know that he wanted to now represent us as an agent. So was basically circumventing the rules to avoid breaking the law.

    I feel very dissapointed in the whole system. We really like this place