Sponsor Code: CalBRE Sponsor No. 3834
This course is iPad compatible.In the ever-evolving real estate industry, the size of real estate offices and the number of salespeople continue to increase. Brokers must be able to undertake the challenge of managing and supervising a large staff, including the associate brokers, representatives, employees, and others in the brokerage. This course is intended for brokers in California who act as supervising brokers. It examines trust accounting, disclosures and relationships, and how to create an effective policy and procedures manual that instructs salespeople of their obligations and teaches them how to effectively perform their job while ensuring the public is protected. Completion of this course will help to ensure that you meet the Management and Supervision Requirement.
Click here for general information about this course This course is approved to fulfill the mandatory subjects Management and Supervision.
The course will examine six specific topic areas: ethics, agency, fair housing, trust fund handling, risk management, management and supervision.
Click here for general information This course is approved to fulfill the mandatory subjects 8-hour Survey or Consumer Service.
Sponsor Code: 3834
This course is designed to provide an overview of potential problems in dealing with customers, clients and competitors in the California real estate market, and to offer ways to avoid lawsuits or lost business.
Click here for general information about this course This course is approved to fulfill the mandatory subject Risk Management.
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This course contains audio and video. As a real estate professional, it’s likely that you have a close relationship with the technology you utilize on a day-to-day basis. However, you may not always take the extra steps to protect these technological investments. Using technology properly and safely is essential to being successful in the real estate industry, particularly in a collaborative work environment. You should educate every member of your team on the potential dangers of technology, for one weak link in your chain can endanger the entire network. The point of this course is to open your eyes to how vulnerable you can be when using technology in your real estate business, and to teach you how to use it safely and effectively. This course will cover a number of topics, including viruses and malware, legal aspects of technology use, general tech etiquette, and safety tips.
This is a non-credit course.
This is a non-credit, professional development course.Are you aware of all of the free and inexpensive Google tools that are available to help you reduce your business operating costs, streamline communication, and improve your work efficiency? In this 3-hour course, we'll introduce you to the best of these tools for your real estate business and show you how to leverage the Google search engine and advertising network to increase your presence in the marketplace to retain and/or attract new business.
This is a non-credit, professional development course.How would you like to generate business from social media in under 15 minutes a day? Whether you are new or well-versed to the world of social media & looking for a way to take it to the next level, this course teaches you why social media has become a force in business, how you can find & connect with potential clients online, plus a behind the scenes tour of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Active Rain, YouTube, Pinterest & More.
This course is iPad compatible. The purpose of this course is to help educate real estate professionals in high-risk fire states about the potential impact that wildfires have on real estate: land, structure, insurance, luxury homes, businesses, water resources, disclosures, safety, marketing homes in high-risk areas, the import of smoke and contaminant testing of wildfire on real estate, and more.
The number of wildfires in the United States has increased dramatically during the last several years. The broad consequences to residences and businesses have made it paramount for real estate brokers, property managers, investors, and others involved in the real estate market to educate themselves and their clientele on the varying effects that wildfires, and the smoke contaminants they produce, can have on the safety and marketability of properties.