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Office Closed - Memorial Day

Date: May 28, 2018

Resort and Second Home Markets (RSPS) CE

Date: May 29, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Course Description

 The course is designed to teach the real estate licensee the essentials of buying, selling, or managing resort properties and second homes for recreation. The course also covers the global impact of these properties on real estate as an investment, recreational and/or vacation destination and how to develop a client base for this niche market. The course is designed to teach the essentials of buying, selling, or managing resort properties
and second homes for recreation, investment, and development by U.S. and international
clients and customers in the United States.

CE Credit

 8

Course Number

32074

Instructor(s)

Candy Cooke

B/CS Assn Member Price

$90

Non-member/MLS Only

$100

Provider Name

Texas Association of REALTORS®, #0001

What is a broadcast class? 

Students are in a class (our conference room) and the instructor is at another location. Using a TV, microphone, and camera students and instructors can communicate with each other. The courses are real time with other students across the state of Texas.​

New MLS Member Orientation

Date: May 30, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

MLS Orientation is required for all new MLS subscribers within 30 days of joining our system. Please email Kaitlyn at the address above with any questions.

BCSRealtorsGIveBack Committee Meeting

Date: May 31, 2018
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

WCR Lunch & Learn

Date: May 31, 2018
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

CRS: How Technology Can Ruin Your Business CE

Date: June 1, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

CLICK HERE for more information or to make reservations with Residential Real Estate Council (formerly The Council of Residential Specialist)

Course Description

 Technology has revolutionized the ways we live, shop, socialize, entertain, access information, and conduct business in the modern world. Powered by the Internet, cloud-based tools, social media, and mobile apps, the technology revolution has delivered tremendous positive impact by bridging gaps between cultures, improving quality of life, enhancing operational efficiency and speed, and many other advancements. However, if used without proper safeguards, modern-day technology can expose agents and their clients to many vulnerabilities. Viruses, malware, social engineering, identity theft, and other malicious threats (all of which are growing at alarming rates) are particularly concerning because the nature of the business requires real estate professionals to collect and store their clients’ personally identifiable information. This course empowers agents with the strategies and tools you need to navigate your business and clients through the perilous legal, online, and social media world. Course participants also leave with actionable tips and strategies for personal security as well as security for your technology devices.

CE Credit

 8

Course Number

33888

Instructor(s)

Craig Grant

CRS Member Price

$125

Non-member/MLS Only

$150

Provider Name

Texas Association of REALTORS®, #0001

What is a broadcast class? 

Students are in a class (our conference room) and the instructor is at another location. Using a TV, microphone, and camera students and instructors can communicate with each other. The courses are real time with other students across the state of Texas.​

Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) Designation Course Day 1 of 2

Date: June 4, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Course Description

 Regardless of how long a real estate agent has been in the business, seller agency has been available and more importantly, it remains the primary focus for agents across the country. However, since the advent of buyer agency and the emphasis on training how to be an effective buyer representative, it has become apparent we can no longer assume seller agents have the same level of effectiveness. The Seller Representative Specialist course is a 16 hour course designed to take a new agent to an accomplished level sooner and an already successful agent to an even higher level of competency. It focuses on the skills necessary to properly represent a property owner, including agency, marketing, and servicing the client. Please visit https://www.rebinstitute.com/REBI/Credentials/Seller_Representative_Specialist.aspx for more information

CE Credit

 16 for both days

Course Number

 31833

Instructor(s)

 Candy Cook

B/CS Assn Member Price

$200 for both days

Non-member/MLS Only

$225 for both days

Provider Name

Texas Association of REALTORS®, #0001

What is a broadcast class? 

Students are in a class (our conference room) and the instructor is at another location. Using a TV, microphone, and camera students and instructors can communicate with each other. The courses are real time with other students across the state of Texas.​

Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) Designation Course Day 2 of 2

Date: June 5, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Course Description

 Regardless of how long a real estate agent has been in the business, seller agency has been available and more importantly, it remains the primary focus for agents across the country. However, since the advent of buyer agency and the emphasis on training how to be an effective buyer representative, it has become apparent we can no longer assume seller agents have the same level of effectiveness. The Seller Representative Specialist course is a 16 hour course designed to take a new agent to an accomplished level sooner and an already successful agent to an even higher level of competency. It focuses on the skills necessary to properly represent a property owner, including agency, marketing, and servicing the client. Please visit https://www.rebinstitute.com/REBI/Credentials/Seller_Representative_Specialist.aspx for more information

CE Credit

 16 for both days

Course Number

 31833

Instructor(s)

 Candy Cook

B/CS Assn Member Price

$200 for both days

Non-member/MLS Only

$225 for both days

Provider Name

Texas Association of REALTORS®, #0001

What is a broadcast class? 

Students are in a class (our conference room) and the instructor is at another location. Using a TV, microphone, and camera students and instructors can communicate with each other. The courses are real time with other students across the state of Texas.​

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