March 25-26, 2019 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
When combined with the upcoming “Risk Management” course, this course meets the Sales Post-License requirement. Additionally, this course meets the Code of Ethics requirement. For a flyer on this series, click here.
REALTORS® are obliged to follow the Code of Ethics which raises their level of commitment to being the best they can be in all aspects of the industry including professional expectations. Skill Building will enhance and fine tune the REALTOR’S® base in key areas crucial to making them an exemplary professional who can offer true knowledge and expertise to their clients and customers.
This course will ensure REALTORS® use their forms correctly, understand the legal responsibilities when representing buyers and sellers, RESPA, best practices when negotiating, valuation of properties, branding, marketing, handling objections and an overall knowledge of the Code of Ethics. All the tools they need to be the best REALTOR® they can be.
REALTORS® will have a broader view of the importance of the spirit of cooperation when working with other REALTORS® and licensees. REALTORS® will also learn how to work to keep client’s interests primary and how to handle difficult situations.
Location: Phox Realty (3102 Loring Road Suite 150, Kennesaw, GA 30152)
GAR Member Early Bird Price (before 03-05-19): $250
GAR Member Regular Price: $280
GAR Member Onsite Price: $310
CE Certified by: GAR Partners in Education
Special note about registration: The GAR registration website will be upgraded the week of February 11. Therefore, if you cannot register using the GAR website, contact the Professional Development Department at 678-597-4135, GRI@garealtor.com and a staff person will take your registration information. You will contacted for payment once your registration is processed.
Instructor: Carol Moson
Bio: Carol Moson started selling real estate while teaching high school biology. It didn’t take long for her to realize the earning potential was much greater in real estate and that the only boundaries were the ones you set for yourself. Carol believes education is extremely important no matter what your field of expertise is and, because teaching still in her blood, she became an instructor for NAR, GAR and local boards. Carol is a CRS multiple other designations because of her belief in staying current and abreast of trends, tools, etc. Carol has served as a President of her local Association. At the State level, Carol has chaired the Course and Instructor Development Committee, grievance and professional standards committees and serves as an RPAC Trustee. She is especially honored to have served as GAR’s Chair of State and Local Governmental Affairs for 2016. Carol is the author of Risk Management and Skill Building, 2 of the 3 core GRI classes and is GAR’s 2017 Instructor of the Year.