ACCREDITED BUYER REPRESENTATIVE Course
ABR Counts as 15 Hrs.
Real Estate Continuing Education Credit or 15 Hr. Broker Pre-Licensing Credit
N.A.R. Realtors Buyer Agent designation ABR accreditation requires an additional 6 hour elective course such as New Home Sales, Investing in Real Estate, Mastering the CMA, Green Day 1, Green Day 2, E-Pro, Intro to Commercial
Some things you will learn in this course:
1 50 items to cover in a Buyer Counseling Session
2 11 steps to decide if you want to represent a buyer
3 6 buyers you should represent
4 Proposed changes to agency law in Michigan
5 How to get a retainer fee & how to make sure you get paid
6 Ways to locate qualified buyers
7 Learn about market value pricing
8 6 Negotiating Opportunities - 9 Successful Negotiating Techniques
Course Title: EFFECTIVE BUYER REPRESENTATION
Day1: "Theory & Practice of Buyer Agency" & "Service
Day 2: "Marketing Practices" & "Office Policy, Negotiations and Relocations"
Day 3: "Elective course" Foreclosure Opportunities/Short Sales, New Home Construction,
Investing in Real Estate, Mastering the CMA, Green Day1, Green Day 2, E-Pro
Each elective class may be taken individually for $75.00 pre-paid or $80.00 walk-in.
This class is approved by REBAC (Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council) and fulfills the educational requirements for the ABR designation.
Pre-paid $290.00 * walk-in $305.00
|July 22, & 29, 2022 (NOCBOR)||Friday & Friday||9:00 am - 5:00pm|
|September 22, 30, 2022 (NOCBOR)||Thursday & Friday||9:00 am - 5:00pm|
|December 9, 15, 2022 (NOCBOR)||Friday &Thursday||9:00 am - 5:00pm|
|February 23, 24, 2022 (NOCBOR)||Thursday & Friday||9:00 am - 5:00pm|
Course includes materials & first year dues to REBAC