In this October 2019 file photo, potential buyers queue up to buy flats at the Emerald Bay project developed by Evergrande Group. Photo: May Tse In this October 2019 file photo, potential buyers queue up to buy flats at the Emerald Bay project developed by Evergrande Group. Photo: May Tse
In this October 2019 file photo, potential buyers queue up to buy flats at the Emerald Bay project developed by Evergrande Group. Photo: May Tse
Ruby Hon Yuen-ping
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Ruby Hon Yuen-ping

How a property agent fell afoul of the Estate Agents Authority’s code of ethics by offering loan to a client

  • Guidelines issued by the Estate Agents Authority say that property brokers must not offer loans to clients in order to make a sale
  • EAA’s disciplinary committee finds estate agency and its employee in breach of its code of ethics and imposes a heavy fine on both of them

In this October 2019 file photo, potential buyers queue up to buy flats at the Emerald Bay project developed by Evergrande Group. Photo: May Tse In this October 2019 file photo, potential buyers queue up to buy flats at the Emerald Bay project developed by Evergrande Group. Photo: May Tse
In this October 2019 file photo, potential buyers queue up to buy flats at the Emerald Bay project developed by Evergrande Group. Photo: May Tse
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