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  • 11/15/2019 9:00 am - 11/15/2019 12:00 pm

    Time Management *3CE
    November 15 - 9am - 12pm

    This class is part of the Florida REALTORS iCE Program. Attendees must be present at the association for the webinar to receive credit.

    Make more effective use of your time so you can meet your own goals as well as the goals of your company and customers.

    This class will teach agents to incorporate goal related activities in to your daily schedule, identify time stealers and the impact they have on your customers, weave time saving tactics in to your daily activities, develop weekly activities that are sorted by income, support and personal goals.

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  • 12/05/2019 12:30 pm - 12/05/2019 3:30 pm

    This class is required for all new agents within 90 days of joining the board.
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  • 12/05/2019 12:30 pm - 12/05/2019 3:30 pm

    Code of Ethics Continuing Education 2019-2020 *3CE
    Oct. 3,   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.

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  • 12/05/2019 1:00 pm - 12/05/2019 3:00 pm

    Who Owns That Property? A Guide to Wills, Trusts and Probate *2CE

    December 5 - 1pm - 3pm

    This class is part of the Florida REALTORS iCE Program. Attendees must be present at the association for the webinar to receive credit.

    There are many situations that pop-up during the course of a sales transaction. Sellers are getting divorced, who really owns the property; the property owners dies and the executor of the estate wants to sell the property, are they authorized too; the property is held in the name of a trust, do you need to proceed with caution when conveying this property?

    Agents will learn to identify the steps needed to convey property when the owner has passed away, what happens during probate, which party has the legal right to represent the deceased person in a probate estate, what signatures are required when selling property owned by a corporation, what does “Et al” really mean?

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