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This exclusive course provides you with an in-depth review of the 2020 Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR) Purchase and Sale Agreement (F201). You will learn how to identify recent changes in the form as well as new forms added to the forms package, correctly complete each of the changed paragraphs, and explain important sections to clients. This paragraph-by-paragraph guide includes references and real-world examples.
BRRETA is the law of the land, but what does it say? What are real estate professionals supposed to do and not do? When and what should be disclosed? When can an agent answer questions? So much to recall, but all licensees are expected to comply. Review BRRETA in an enjoyable way.
Learn specific skills and techniques such as consultative selling and strategic representation to manage buyer customers and clients.
Learn how to acquire listings, market property, manage sellers, and consultative selling as it relates to sellers.
Learn prospecting activities and how to develop a personal marketing plan to build your client/customer base.
This course will present the elements of a buyer agency relationship and compares the services offered to clients as well as customers. Course will help an agent formulate a compelling buyer agency presentation.
This course is a must. Gain an understanding of how the sales comparison approach to property value can differ from other classic methods of property valuation.
Learn the technological tools available to help you build and manage your client database, market your inventory, and service your real estate clients. Some of the tools presented are websites, drip campaigns, customer relationship management, blogging, vlogging, tax records, email management, and transaction and document management.
This course will explain the differences between an exhibit and an amendment and help the agent to assess the necessary forms required for various transactions. Many forms are covered in detail. The course will enhance the agent’s ability to identify the various provisions needed to complete an efficient and ethical transaction.
Rejuvenate your career while traveling the road to success. Learn how to grow your business, work with buyers and sellers, negotiate desirable terms, accurately price property, and shrewdly utilize contract forms. As a bonus, completion of this course will satisfy the GREC license law renewal requirement. Get ready to move ahead with Jump Start!
Meet all of your continuing education requirements, including the license law requirement and the ethics requirement for REALTORS®, with one course. Learn how to build your business, work with buyers and sellers, price property to sell, contract basics, negotiating to win, license law, ethics, how to use technology to build and maintain your business, and rentals as an additional income source.
In the day-to-day practice of real estate, REALTORS® are required to make decisions that involve ethical reasoning. This course provides a foundation of ethical principles and behavior upon which a better understanding of the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics can be understood and woven into daily business practices. This course meets the 2019-2020 NAR code of ethics renewal requirement.
Learn the tenets of real estate negotiations to properly represent the interest of your clients.
This course will teach you how to use your personal resources to gain more buyers and sellers. Learn how to classify your prospects to develop personal marketing strategies to reach your income goals.
It's time to get back to basics! Re-examine the nuts and bolts of a successful real estate career. This is an excellent course for both new and experienced agents. Topics include prospecting and marketing, seller agency, buyer agency, GAR contracts forms, license law and more.
*This course meets the license law renewal requirement.
Effective July 1, 2016, any licensee renewing a real estate license must complete 3 hours of continuing education in an approved course on the topic of license law. This course meets the license law education requirement and reviews the Georgia Real Estate License Laws, and the Rules required under Rule 520-2-.04(6)(f). Examine the license laws and rules on brokerage, trust funds, and unfair practices.
This course will define the steps involved in the listing process. Discover how the Georgia Exclusive Seller Listing Agreement applies to relationships, duties, marketing and disclosure.
Review how to research and prepare a comparable market analysis to generate the most realistic price for a property.
Ignorance of the law is not an excuse! Not being aware of acceptable real estate practices and procedures does not prevent license revocation. Review several laws, rules, and regulations the Georgia Real Estate Commission has identified as being commonly violated by licensees. Engage in a competitive game while re-examining information that is crucial and guides the work of a real estate licensee.
Multiple streams of income is key in building your business and creating a pipeline for the future. Real estate investors need knowledgeable professionals assisting them from the initial property purchase through ownership. Learn the tenets of rental property so you may better represent and protect property owners.
Know your role in managing the risks of the parties entering into a real estate contract. Review buyer and seller scenarios including techniques to help manage risk, and what additional forms should be included in the transaction.
Learn what a contract is, how a contract is formed, and what's included in a contract. Various GAR forms will be reviewed and explained, including the Purchase and Sale Agreement, the Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement, the Community Association Disclosure, and the Lead-Based Paint Exhibit.
Every day real estate licensees are involved in some type of negotiation. It might involve negotiating a listing agreement, a buyer agency agreement or a sales contract, but the knowledge and skills necessary in every circumstance are the same. This course explains the importance of acquiring information, the power of knowledge, the importance of understanding the ten negotiating “powers”, and various negotiating techniques. It also examines non-verbal keys in negotiating and concludes with four vignettes for analysis and discussion.
Many licensees find themselves in the unfortunate position of violating laws and/or rules, not by design but by failure to understand or be knowledgeable of the applicable law. This course will provide answers to the questions that EVERYBODY should have! The economy is making life as a real estate licensee challenging enough…don’t compound your day with ignorance of important issues! This information packed course designed for these trying times by Tom Gillett, approved and sponsored by the Georgia Real Estate Commission, is the information licensees need, and they need it now!