Non-Member use of the AIPP logo
From time to time, the AIPP logo is used by companies who are either not members of AIPP, have let their membership lapse, been suspended or expelled.
In some cases, companies make reference in their marketing material to AIPP membership with / without displaying the AIPP logo.
We’d like to assure you that this happens relatively infrequently. However, it is important to draw attention to this matter when such instances occur and we make every effort to locate those companies and request the removal of our logo.
How to check a company is an AIPP member
When you see a company displaying the AIPP logo, for your own assurances, we recommend you look for the ‘AIPP Smartbadge’ which should be on their website and click the logo to instantly verify their membership. You can also visit our website where you can find a searchable and fully up-to-date AIPP Register of Members. Alternatively please email us when a member of our team can assist you.
We value the feedback we receive from the general public and our members. Should you believe that a company is displaying the AIPP logo without being a member, please do let us know via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following companies have been displaying the AIPP logo when, in fact, they are not currently members. This list does change and most companies do, eventually, remove our logo:
Rubik Activos Inmobiliaria
My Home Edge
Home & Help Gran Canaria
OCC Property Group
Aquila Global Properties
East West Developments
Portugal Property Sale
DBI Property Consultant
John Hilton Asia
Berger Realty & Investments
Casasol Real Estate