Lunch & Learn: Mortgage Math Camp: Cash Flow Planning for Millennials + First-time Homebuyers
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04/25/2019 9:00 am - 04/25/2019 11:00 am
1031 Exchanges By The Rules and Federal Issues at the Closing Table *2CE
April 25 - 9am - 11am
This is a refresher course in the federal guidelines for a 1031Exchange. It reviews the basic rules and how they can impact a property owner who intends to use the exchange to defer capital gains. The course aims to provide realtors with the basic information to service their clients involved in 1031 exchanges without crossing over to the unauthorized practice of law.
Instructor: Lee Offir, Esq
04/29/2019 9:00 am - 04/29/2019 12:00 pm
FR/BAR vs NABOR Contracts: Do You Know the Differences?
April 29 , 2019- 9am – 12:00pm
*3 CE Credits
Attorney Ned Hale will teach a 3 CE course comparing the FR/BAR vs. NABOR contracts. This is a must-take class for agents representing buyers and sellers in Lee and Collier counties
04/30/2019 11:30 am - 04/30/2019 1:00 pm
Lunch & Learn: Personal Branding for REALTORS
April 30, 2019 - 11:30am - 1pm
DO YOU STAND OUT IN THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY?
Thanks to the internet, smartphones and the ever-increasing popularity of social media, the real estate industry has never been more competitive. To successfully attract new clients, close more deals and continue growing you business today, you have to do more to stand out from the competition!
Attend our class! Here's what you'll learn:
* 3 Steps to personal branding
* Telling your Brand Story
* Creating your professional image
* Branding before and after case studies
* Gaining more online reviews
* 3 Kinds of content your brand needs
Class taught by Rachel Rango with Movement Mortgage
05/01/2019 12:30 pm - 05/01/2019 4:30 pm
How to Make the Most of Your Property Management Business *4CE
May 1, 2019
Despite what some may think, there is still a very real need for new, quality property management professionals in today’s economy. When approached properly, Property Management can be an extremely lucrative avenue of real estate to pursue. It can serve as a constant flow of income, as well as provide a steady source of buyers and sellers.
Investors are continually seeking alternate ways to invest other than the stock market. Homeowners are relocating to other areas of the country yet keeping their primary homes, and buyers are purchasing homes now, but may not be ready to occupy them just yet.
This course was designed for the determined property manager to take advantage of everything the market has to offer and grow their business. It will provide tips on how to increase profit by adding income and decreasing expenses. Students will learn how to maximize their time and resources, as well as lower their vacancy rates. In turn, they will be able to better serve their customers, secure higher yields on their investments, and thrive as property managers in today’s economy.
Objectives: In addition to the skills listed above, students at the completion of this course will be able to: List three sources to find rentable properties, calculate a fair and competitive rent value, list 3 ways to avoid vacancies whenever possible, know how to deal with notification of upcoming vacancies and how to handle re-renting the property, explain how to secure a new tenant through an application and screening process, give solutions to normal maintenance issues that arise, list the cons of on-site management, state the importance of walk-thru inspections, and list where they can anticipate referrals to come from.
05/02/2019 9:00 am - 05/02/2019 10:30 am
May 2 – 9am – 10:30am
Matrix External Links – Getting The Most out of the Tools
This class will cover
– Form Simplicity
– Find/MLS Advantage
– Agent Analytics
– Go MLS
05/02/2019 12:30 pm - 05/02/2019 3:30 pm
Code of Ethics Continuing Education 2019-2020 *3CE
May 2, 2019
This class is required for REALTORS to fulfill their N.A.R. and state requirement to take the class every two year with their 14 Hour CE license renewal.
05/02/2019 1:00 pm - 05/02/2019 4:00 pm
Escrow Rules & Regulations
May 2, 2019 - 1pm - 4pm
This class is part of the Florida REALTORS iCE Program. Attendees must be present at the association for the webinar to receive credit.
When a licensee handles money that does not belong to them, they are dealing with escrow. This includes contract deposits, rent, security deposits, advanced rents and maintenance/repair money. Does escrow have to be in the form of money? Don’t know? Find out.
This class will cover: Escrow funds or other funds, who can hold escrow funds, should you hold escrow funds, can you use money held in escrow, how do you handle a worthless check, monthly escrow reconciliation process and what to expect when FREC does an escrow audit.
05/07/2019 11:30 am - 05/07/2019 12:30 pm
Lunch and Learn South Florida Common Deficiencies
May 7 - 11:30am - 12:30pm
This class will:
* Introduce Realtors to the common deficiencies they will encounter written in home inspection reports, with actual real samples for their close-up view and touching.
* Educate on the deficiencies that will prevent a Florida home from obtaining insurance and may stop a closing.
* Information regarding state statute requirements and standards for home inspections in Florida.
* Provide agents with estimated life expectancies and replacement costs for the major components of a Florida home.
* Provide both new and seasoned agents with a foundation of knowledge on the home inspection process that will assist them in the Real Estate Careers.
* Provide agents with real life scenarios that will serve as an advantage of knowledge when assisting their customers, listing or buying.
Instructor: President of Allied Building Inspection Services, John Micali