MNAEAMember of the National Association of Estate Agents
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However, human nature being what it is, having the letters MNAEA or FNAEA after an agent's name is no absolute guarantee of quality, any more than the absence of those letters automatically means that an agent is no good at his job.
Paul Keighley MNAEA, residential partner at Bramleys, said "legislation constantly changes and it is important for us as a company to ensure that our staff are trained to the highest possible standards.