Starting Your Own Estate Agency

Delegates will learn about the different options available when setting up their business, why it's important to have a discernible difference from your competitors, the structure and framework of the office, compliance and the need for a clear audit trail.

As well as legal and safety requirements and documentation including terms of business.


Anyone who is about to or has recently started their own estate agency business either from scratch or as a part of an existing property related business.


  • Office presence: traditional or online
  • Your business proposition what makes it different and marketing your business
  • Additional Services and Professional Accreditation


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Waiting list

If the date you would like is fully booked and you would like to be placed onto the waiting list, please email with your name, contact details and how many places you would like; if a place becomes available we will then contact you. Alternatively, if we have sufficient interest we will try and arrange an additional date for the course to run. 

In-house training

This course is also available in-house. For more information on this please contact the Courses department on 01926 417 787 or email

Alternative dates or locations

To register your interest in alternative dates and locations for this course please email


Level: Foundation
CPD: 7 hours

face to face

Face to Face

Meet Your Trainer

Martyn Baum, Course Trainer

Martyn Baum

Martyn is a Past President and former board director for NAEA Propertymark. His 20 year career in estate agency has seen him work with various firms within the industry from small independents to national corporations managing everything from cold start offices to acquisitions.

His role as NAEA Propertymark President has allowed him to regularly commentate on the housing market in national press and radio. He has been invited to be part of advisory panels with MHCLG around transaction reform and leasehold issues.

Martyn’s current role is Regional Manager for a seven branch multi-disciplinary agency where he is responsible for the strategy, process and delivery of the residential sales division.