NEW CLASSES 08/28/2013 International Business Planning Workshop – how do you break into the global realm? What do you need to do to make contacts overseas? What resources are available for you? Come find out the information. Only $35.00 8:30 – 12:00 pm
09/05/2013 Purchase Reverse Mortgages – a large untapped market niche for you. Find out the facts and myths, learn how you can close many more deals. This class is FREE and gives 3 CE’s. 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
09/19/2013 Personal Safety for Realtors – taught by professionals in the protection business. Learn how to stay safe and alive. Cost is $25 and includes new pepper spray and instructions how to use it effectively.
09/25/2013 Foreign Investors, Real Property, Immigration, Taxes – taught by an immigration attorney who is in the trenches every day. Come learn about the different visas, who qualifies, what are the requirements, FIRPTA, Resident & non-resident taxation, federal estate/death tax, and so much more. Class is FREE and has 3 CE’s. Class is from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
10/08-9/2013 Senior Real Estate Specialist Designation course (SRES) First time offered at RASL. Times have changed, do you know how to counsel and guide seniors to make life changing decisions, whether to buy or sell or lease or other options. This will prepare you to better serve your over 50 crowd. 10,000 people turn 62 every week in this country – don’t you want some of that market? Cost is $179 and includes 1st year membership in SRES Council.
10/22/2013 Credit – How to Use It, How to Fix It and More Presented by economist from Seacoast National Bank. Learn how to help yourself and your clients. Class is free and is from 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
10/29/2013 Inc. 100 Presented by The Corporate Company – will present the pros and cons of why Realtors should form a PA (Professional Association) or an LLC (Limited Liability Corporation). Class is FREE and special pricing given to the members for them to set up your PA or LLC.
11/05/2013 Contract Seminar on the New FAR/BAR2 Presented by Attorney John Sherrard. Make sure you fully understand the contract to protect yourself, your client and your broker.