The Estate Agents Council of Zimbabwe (EACZ) is a regulatory body formed by an ACT of Parliament, to provide for the registration of estate agents and the regulation of the practice of estate agents in Zimbabwe, to provide for the operation of the Estate Agents Compensation Fund...Read More
The business of real estate has changed dramatically. With so many people claiming to be Estate Agents, it difficult to know who the bona fide Estate Agents are. Click below to view the list of registered Estate Agent Firms.Go
The EACZ is committed to providing members with opportunities and resources to enhance professional skills and maximize earnings. Whether you’re a new agent seeking support in all things real estate, an experienced broker searching for the answer to a client’s question, or somewhere in between, as a member of the EACZ, you have access to a wide array of resources designed to help you succeed in today's market.
Must have a principal registered estate agent in charge of the trust account at a commercial bank.
Complete EAC 3 and annual return forms (available at office)
Company's CR14, Certificate of Incorporation & Indegenization compliance certificate.
The principal agent must be the main signatory to the trust account, and a letter is required to this effect from bank.
Letter from the Chartered Accountants stating the agent has been explained the system of bookkeeping in connection with trust account. exercitationem.
Payments towards a new company: Registration Fee ($20 000), Compensation Fund ($7 000), Other Registered Agents ($2 500), Negotiators ($1 000/negotiator).