Welcome To REHDA Institute

REHDA Institute is the training and research arm of REHDA that was established in 2004 to address the research and educational needs of the housing and property industry. Under auspices and with support from its parent organisation ….

REHDA Institute Objectives

To develop training and events for the industry with a modern approach towards achieving the highest standard performance…

REHDA Institute Activities

REHDA Institute organises many industry relevant training programmes to ensure members and their staff are kept abreast …

Board of Trustees

The affairs of REHDA Institute are governed by an independent Board of Trustees led by REHDA Institute Chairman.

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