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Apartment Locating 101 #40427 (3 Hours CE Credit)

The objective of this class is to promote education in Apartment Locating.  Learning to understand the process through the use of technology will help agents facilitate the leasing procedure and increase success. Being able to navigate ADS readily while focusing on customer service by administering consultations and building relationships with customers and leasing staff, all the while adhering to the legal Cannons of Ethics for the real estate industry. To conclude, all of these points resulting in the proficient outcome of leasing a customer. Instructor Amanda Ramirez

Combating Disruption: The iBuyer and You #38143 (2 Hours CE Credit)

In this class, the agent will learn how the iBuyer markets, understand some key terminology and how to combat the myths to the marketing.  We will discuss current terms, strategies and tools available to the agent to help win the listing. Instructor Jim Atkinson

Contracts – Commonly Misunderstood Forms #41993 (3 Hours CE Credit)

*This class meets the new TREC requirements for Contracts CE Courses*

In this class, the agent will learn the importance of each form, how to advise their client to properly complete each form, when each form should be presented, and unintended consequences for failing to provide required forms. Instructor Amy Cueto

Contracts – The One To Four Family Residential (Resale) #39611 (3 Hours CE Credit)

*This class meets the new TREC requirements for Contracts CE Courses*

Review in detail the most recent and updated One To Four Family Residential Contract. Review what type of real estate the form can be used for, and what it does not cover. Review the method of Offer and Acceptance and the importance of this critical step in protecting your client. Review the common addenda used such as the TREC Sellers Disclosure, T-47, TXR-1414, Intermediary, and MUD form. Instructor Jim Atkinson, Amanda Ramirez, Amy Cueto

Contracts – Residential Listing Agreement Sale or Lease #39469 (3 Hours CE Credit)

*This class meets the new TREC requirements for Contracts CE Courses*

Review the updated Residential Real Estate Listing Agreement Exclusive Right to Sell, Residential Real Estate Listing Agreement Exclusive Right to Lease. Review what type of real estate is to be used for the forms, and what type of real estate the form does not cover. Review how to keep from the “accidental auction” as a listing agent. Instructor Jim Atkinson

How To Put the You in YouTube #39796 (2 Hours CE Credit)

In this class, the agent will learn how to effectively understand, create, and brand their own YouTube Channel. Class will discuss the various methods of inserting their Real Estate business into the YouTube platform. Identify how YouTube’s algorithm can generate more business and how YouTube is an important Real Estate tool. Discuss the YouTube Partner Program and consequences of poorly built videos and how it can negatively affect your business. Instructor Brian Peña

Legal Update I #37796 (4 Hours CE Credit)

As a result of attending this 4-hour mandatory class, the licensees will be updated on TRELA statutory changes and the TREC rule updates.  Class will also highlight the seller’s disclosure, water issues, contract issues, unauthorized practice of law, property management, and security issues. By actively participating and sharing brief experiences the salesperson will leave the class feeling more confident, competent, and knowledgeable in their profession. Class manual provided (e-manual provided for virtual classroom). Short quiz will follow. Instructor Jim Atkinson

Legal Update II #37797 (4 Hours CE Credit)

Upon completing this 4-hour mandatory class licensees will become more familiar and updated with agency rules, ethics requirements, advertising issues, title issues/closing, RESPA compliance, inspector and lender relationships, rebates, and undisclosed commissions.  We strongly encourage active participation and sharing of brief experiences as it relates to our discussions in class.  Class e-manual provided.  Short quiz will follow. Instructor Jim Atkinson

Listings: Present It To Win It With RPR #40542 (3 Hours CE Credit)

Students will learn the basics of utilizing RPR presentations for use during listing appointments. After class, the student will have a good understanding of how to set up their profile, run comparative analysis reports, and put together custom presentations to aid them in winning their next listing. Instructor Jim Atkinson

Small Business Ownership – Making Real Estate Work For You #37485 (3 Hours CE Credit)

In this class, the agent will learn how to market for free, on a budget, and how to track their Return-On-Investment (ROI). We will also discuss the importance of the relationship! Getting back to basics and learning a few enhanced methods of marketing and relationship building will help the agent be more aware of their financials and the importance of the relationship with the client before, during, and after the sale. The class will also cover on the need and importance of remembering they are a small business owner and need to be ready to step up to the challenges of running a small business. Instructor Jim Atkinson

Social Media Trends for Realtors #40910 (3 Hours CE Credit)

In this class, the agent will learn how to navigate the social media world. This will include helping gain an understanding of the basics of the most popular platforms and bring more business while connecting with others. We will discuss methods, strategies, and tools available for the agent to get more engagement with their sphere of influence though social media. This class assumes the agent has used social media in the past and has a basic understanding of how-to login and use social media. Instructor Jasmine Badillo

Solar in Today’s Real Estate Market #41615 (3 Hours CE Credit)

The objective of this class is to understand residential solar systems and how they can affect the buyer and seller in a real estate transaction. This class will help the Realtor have better understanding too of how the systems work and if it has the potential to save or cost their client money. Instructor Cody Coe

The NAR Code of Ethics #39651 (3 Hours CE Credit)

Under all is the land.. So starts the NAR Code of Ethics. It continues: Realtors®, therefore, are zealous to maintain and improve the standards of their calling and share with their fellow Realtors® a common responsibility for its integrity and honor. In recognition and appreciation of their obligations to clients, customers, the public, and each other, Realtors® continuously strive to become and remain informed on issues affecting real estate and, as knowledgeable professionals, they willingly share the fruit of their experience and study with others. They identify and take steps, through enforcement of this Code of Ethics and by assisting appropriate regulatory bodies, to eliminate practices which may damage the public or which might discredit or bring dishonor to the real estate profession. Realtors® having direct personal knowledge of conduct that may violate the Code of Ethics involving misappropriation of client or customer funds or property, willful discrimination, or fraud resulting in substantial economic harm, bring such matters to the attention of the appropriate Board or Association of Realtors®. Provider Texas Realtors® Instructor Jim Atkinson.

Understanding TWIA: Keeping Your Client From Being Blown Away #39454 (3 Hours CE Credit)

After completion of the course student will have a deeper understanding of Texas Windstorm Insurance Association and the requirements from their underwriters. Students will understand the certification requirements for properties in coastal counties as well as building code credits. After completing the course, students will be able to locate and understand wpi8 certificates and have working knowledge of their meanings. Instructor Leslie Swain

Virtual Open House Basics #40445 (1 Hour CE Credit)

In this class the student will learn the basic skills and tools needed to hold their first virtual open house using their smartphone.  After class, the student should be ready to hold their first Virtual Open House. Instructor Jim Atkinson, Jasmine Badillo

Virtual Realty – Tools and Tips for the Virtual Agent #39199 (3 Hours CE Credit)

In this class, the agent will learn how to work in a virtual world. This will include helping the agent understand some key tools and techniques and how to successfully interact with clients without fearing the use of available technology. We will discuss methods, strategies and tools available for the agent to help the client virtually, from initial consult to the closing table. Instructor Jim Atkinson, Jasmine Badillo

Wells and Septic Systems-The Truth From Under the Ground #39800 (3 Hours CE Credit)

An overview of what agents need to know and what needs to be shared with clients who are considering properties that require private facilities for water and sewage, otherwise known as “Well and Septic”. Instructor Jackie Talbert