IPAV believes it's needed to create a more efficient property market in Ireland.
An auctioneering representative body says a universal mortgage approval system is needed to create a more efficient property market in Ireland.
It comes as the Data Commissioner makes contact with property agency Savills - who asked people to disclose proof of how much they can pay for a house before attending a viewing.
The property agency says the move was introduced after 5,000 people registered to view 44 houses in Dublin.
Chief Executive of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, and Castlepollard's, Pat Davitt says an alternative solution should be found: