3 HR CE: Code of Ethics
Friday, August 31 from 10-1:15pm
REALTORS are now required to attend a NAR-approved Code of Ethics course every 2 years, beginning January 1, 2017. This course offers 3 hours of Continuing Education AND satisfies the requirement of the National Association of REALTORS.
Lunch provided by Northpoint Mortgage
3HR CE: No Excuses; Know the Law
SATURDAY, September 15 from 9-12:15pm
This course provides a detailed review of Georgia Real Estate License Law and Rules. Join us as we discuss the rules and laws that govern and guide our profession.This class satisfies the required 3 HR License Law topic needed every 4 years for license renewal.
Breakfast Sponsored by BMW Law Group
3HR CE: Servicing Buyers and Sellers in Today's Market
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 from 10-1:15pm
FOR FMLS MEMBERS ONLY
Lunch sponsored by Atlantic Home Mortgage
Today's real estate seller demands more from their agent than just placing a listing on the MLS. They expect and demand that their agent provides them with maximum exposure, strategic marketing, and a successful pricing strategy.
On the flip side, today's buyer expects the agent to find solid listings, assist with understanding the home buying process, match with adequate financing, negotiate the contract and close the deal.
Designed specifically for newer agents or those who would like to strengthen their understanding of working with buyers and sellers. Agents will increase their skills and their knowledge of the various programs and tools available to them.
During this course student will learn how to:
• Know where to access real estate forms
• State the importance of entering accurate, compliant information when entering a listing into an MLS
• Explain the elements of a solid listing
• Demonstrate how to access the various real estate forms and explain the usage of the most common forms
• List and access programs that may assist buyers and when to use them during the buying process
• List and access programs that may assist sellers and when to use them during the selling process
3HR CE: Going Mobile
Thursday, September 27, from 10-1:15pm
FOR FMLS MEMBERS ONLY
Lunch Sponsored by Meritage Homes
With the tremendous focus on technology, instantaneous answers, and the direct need to reach out, real estate mobile apps can augment the immediate needs of both clients and agents. Real estate professionals often feel like there aren't enough hours in the day. When you're always on the go, like yourself, having the right apps a click away can make all the difference in your professional life. This course is designed specifically for agents who would like to understand the power of using mobile technology in the field of Real Estate and strengthen their skills in successfully using mobile apps in their day to day activities.
Please bring a mobile device with the apps loaded. We have limited time in class to assist with downloading apps and troubleshooting the various devices.
Download and activate the following apps to your mobile device:
Apps are found in your Apple Apps Store or Google Play
HomeSnap # is 1-866-855-2622 if you have problems installing/activating the HomeSnap App with FMLS.
By the end of this course you will be able to use mobile apps to:
- Search for properties by data input, map or a Near Me function
- Review valuable property and showing information with the tap of a screen for quick decision making
- Send properties via message or share features to clients
- View preferred properties in real time using the favorites feature
- Create and share Quick CMAs using mobile tools
- Use a safety timer when showing properties
True North Real Estate Academy, is approved by GREC as Real Estate School #7746, license expiring 12/31/2019. These classroom offerings are approved for 3 hrs. of CE by the GREC. There are no prerequisites for these classes. Certification of completion will be provided only if the student attends all hours of instruction. The school will not allow anyone to recruit students to become a new affiliate for any brokerage firm on the school premises during a class or two hours immediately before or after a class meets. The school or instructor will promptly report any violation of this rule to the school director/coordinator or the GREC. A student will not receive any CE credit for taking a course if they have taken the same course within the previous twelve months.