Continuing Education

License Law 2017

June, 20th, 2018

An update of key issues in the in the new license law. A welcomed outcome is the ability of the student to remain current in areas of high exposure and to acquire this information in a fun and interactive setting. Using the latest in audiovisual techniques, implementation exercises, skill development training, and supplemented with internet references and case law updates, this course should be a must-take refresher for every professional practitioner.

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BIC Duties and Responsibilities

June, 21st, 2018

This is the mandatory course required of all BIC’s who renew after June of 2017.  It covers supervision, trust accounting, office policy and other topics are incorporated into the duties and responsibilities of the BIC.

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TRID Safely in a Flood of Disclosures

June, 21st, 2018

This is the 2016-2018 core course that, with minor exception, everyone is required to take prior to renewal.  It covers three basic topics:  TRID, the residential property condition disclosure form, and flood insurance.  It is available both live and online for four hours core credit.

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Whose $$ Is It Anyway?

June, 27th, 2018

This course covers the basic concepts of procuring cause in a real-life interactive fashion.  Often the basis for mediation and arbitration request brought before the Professional Standards Committee, procuring cause factors will vary on a case-by-case basis. There are no pre-determiners, and each situation must be viewed on its own merit.  Learn the issues that can “break the chain of events” and cause the loss of income.  Also included is a brief overview of the arbitration process and a summary of the advantages of mediation. Attending this course will also provide credit for NAR required ethics training.

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TRID Safely in a Flood of Disclosures

June, 28th, 2018

This is the 2016-2018 core course that, with minor exception, everyone is required to take prior to renewal.  It covers three basic topics:  TRID, the residential property condition disclosure form, and flood insurance.  It is available both live and online for four hours core credit.

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Code of Ethics 2.5

June, 28th, 2018

This course is 2.5 hours in length and gives 2 hours of continuing education elective credit and 2.5 NAR credit.  It is designed to meet the NAR requirement of code of ethics update every 2 years.

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Everything is Great Until it Isn’t – GA Required License Law Course

September, 6th, 2018

This class meets the GREC 3-hour mandated license law requirement for real estate license renewal.  Topics that are covered include applying license law to your daily business, focusing on handling transactions as a licensee and when acting as a principal; understanding Unfair Trade Practices to improve your skills in handling normal business activities; understanding advertising compliance in all media; equipping yourself to serve and protect clients and customers; and, improving knowledge and skills in commercial real estate brokerage activities.

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