CONTINUING EDUCATION

It is important that when you choose a REALTOR®, you choose one that has worked to continually educate themselves. Colorado requires that REALTORS®, take 8 hours of continuing education (CE) per year and are offered many different classes to help them learn more about the aspects of the real estate business.  This helps ensure that the agent’s knowledge is up to speed with the current standards and practices of the industry.  I go above and beyond and take more than the required course hours to help continually fine tune my business practices.  On average, I take over 28 hours of CE per year.  Here are the continuing education courses that I have recently completed:

  • A Look Behind the Curtain: CREC Case Studies
  • ABR Designation Course: For Real Estate Buyer’s Agents
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2017)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2016)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2015)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2014)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2013)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2012)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2011)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2010)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2009)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2008)
  • Annual CREC Commission Update Course (2007)
  • Advanced Contracts
  • Avoiding Pitfalls in Real Estate
  • Buffini and Company – Referral Workshop
  • CFPB: Are You Ready?
  • CHFA: Creating Homeownership in Colorado
  • Close Like a Professional
  • Colorado Real Estate Commission Form Changes (2011)
  • Colorado Real Estate Contract Forms and Disclosures
  • CRS – 210 Building an Exceptional Referral Business
  • CRS – 201 Listing Strategies for the Residential Specialist
  • CRS – 202 Effective Buyer Sales Strategies
  • CTM eContracts Class
  • Fair Housing Refresher Course
  • FHA 360 – Sell More Homes with Government Loans
  • Financing the First Time Home Buyer in Today’s Market
  • GRI – Real Estate Technology
  • GRI – Taxation and Investments in Real Estate
  • GRI – Finance in Real Estate
  • GRI – Pricing in Real Estate
  • GRI – New Homes and Construction in Real Estate
  • GRI – Sales Contracts
  • GRI – Listing Contracts
  • GRI – Brokerage Relationships & Risk
  • GRI – Law I
  • GRI – Law II
  • GRI – Water Issues in Real Estate
  • GRI – Environmental Issues In Real Estate
  • GRI – Working With Buyers
  • GRI – Working with Sellers
  • Home Inspection Issues
  • Homebuilding From the Ground Up
  • Increase Buying Power – Understand Credit Scores
  • NAR Mandatory Ethics Course
  • New Home Construction 101
  • New Negotiating Edge
  • Risk Management For the Individual Licensee
  • Short Sales, Loan Fraud and Current Issues
  • Taking Back Control of the Appraisal Process
  • The Ethical and Professional Practices of Realtors
  • The Seven Trends Changing Real Estate Today
  • Title 101
  • Understanding & Selling Denver’s Historic Homes and Neighborhoods
  • Understanding Title Commitments
  • What’s It Worth? How to Understand & Estimate the Value of a Home
  • Writing Winning Offers
  • 10 Court Cases Every Real Estate Broker Should Know
  • 2012 Contract Changes and Their Effects on Your Title Work

Updated: 3/26/2017