2016 IN-HOUSE CRMLS training:
Realtors Property Resources: Wednesday November 2, 2016 fro, 1:30-3:00
Drop in Clinic: Wednesday November 2, 2016 from 3:00-3:30
CRMLS Live Webinars
Additionally, here are some links to training resources that may be of assistance:
1. Live Webinar Schedule: http://www.crmls.org/getwebinars
2. Training Videos: http://www.crmls.org/centsite/online_video.htm
3. Training Documentation: http://www.crmls.org/centsite/training_manuals.htm
Accredited Buyer Representative- The Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR®) designation is the benchmark of excellence in buyer representation. ABR® education provides the expertise you need for an edge in serving today’s home buyers. Not only do ABR® designees earn more, but member benefits such as publications, marketing tools, a referral network and other resources, help maintain that edge.
Broker Price Opinion Resource- The new certification course provides REALTORS® with knowledge and skills to reduce risk and increase opportunities to create professional and accurate BPOs, as well as how to use these skills to increase their revenues.
Certified Transaction Coordinator- Certified Transaction Coordinator (CTC) is a transaction management program for all real estate licensees and unlicensed transaction coordinators who want to build and establish a successful transaction coordinator business. Show your clients and real estate firms that you strive to achieve a higher standard of professionalism and that you are serious about the job that you do in real estate by earning this distinguished certification.
e-Pro Certification- The new e-PRO® curriculum shows you how to use the latest social media technologies, such as Facebook and Twitter, to create an online presence vital to reaching today's hyper-connected consumers. e-PRO® also teaches you how to take advantage of rich media and e-office strategies to run your business more efficiently.
Generational Housing Specialist- The timely GHS™ Designation Course highlights how generational identities affect current housing trends. Each age group has common life experiences and influences that profoundly affect their housing choices, negotiating styles and preferred methods of communication. This knowledge will allow you to customize your marketing approach to meet their needs, truly represent their best interest and build a lasting relationship that places you as their “Agent of Choice”.
Here are just a few of the reasons why you should get a GRI℠:
- Obtain invaluable education for business planning, increase your competence, and improve your income potential.
- Learn what your broker doesn't have time to teach you.
- Earning credits toward the GRI℠ satisfies continuing education requirements.
- You will be able to use the GRI℠ designation after your name, wear the GRI℠ pin, display the GRI℠ certificate, and put the logo on business cards and stationery, communicating your dedication, knowledge, and professional achievement.
Green Designation- As a mindset and practice, "green" is transforming the business of real estate-from the way we consider a triple-bottom-line approach to sustainability to the specific manner in which we renovate existing homes and build new ones. Designed for residential real estate professionals, NAR's Green Designation examines the latest trends in green building technology as well as consumer demand for homes that are environmentally certified or that incorporate green features.
Military Relocation Professional Certification- Learn how to provide the real estate services—at any stage in the service member’s military career—that meet the needs of this niche market and win future referrals. Hone in your knowledge and skills for working with active duty military buyers and sellers, as well as veterans with the NAR's Military Relocation Professional Certification.
Paperless Pro Certification- The Paperless Pro™ Certification courses teach you why and how to establish a paperless workflow for your real estate business. Earning the Certification sets you apart and indicates to clients that you can offer a higher quality of service - faster response times, convenience and professionalism. REALTORS® will discover tools that offer efficiencies to shorten the time to create and complete repetitive work processes to stay ahead of the game, and checklists and action plans to stay on track.
Property Management Certification- The Property Management Certification (PMC) is a program for all Licensed Real Estate Professionals who want to learn how to manage residential and commercial rental property.
This one-day course is Bureau of Real Estate (BRE) accredited for 12 hours of Continuing Education (CE) in Consumer Service, when course is taken live lecture or as a online correspondence course. It is not BRE accredited when taken as a LearnMyWay® webinar course.
RSPS certification is offered by NAR Resort for resort and second-home professionals around the world. REALTORS® specializing in resort and second-home markets and interested in demonstrating their knowledge and expertise should pursue the RSPS certification.
NAR’s Seniors Real Estate Specialists® (SRES®) designation course seeks to instill knowledge and understanding of and empathy for 50+ real estate clients and customers. Develop the business building skills and resources needed for specialization in the 50+ real estate market.
The SRES® designation program provides professional training and development suitable for continuing education credit. By earning the SRES® designation you will receive special training, regular updates, and additional information needed in making life changing decisions.
Short Sales and Foreclosures- Ask any agent and you'll hear that your ability to close short sales and foreclosures depends in part on your confidence in seeing these transactions through. Knowing how to maneuver the complexities of short sales as well as how to identify the distinct real estate opportunities in foreclosure are not merely good skills to have in today's market, they are critical.