Company Name: American Institute of Professional Standards and Practices
Street Address: 3190 S Gilbert Road, Suite 5
ZIP Code: 85286
Company Phone: (602) 308-8510
Cell Phone: (602) 410-2686
January 3, 2013
|I belong to:||SouthEast Valley Regional Association of REALTOR® (SEVRAR)|
|I Teach Courses in the Following Categories:||
Agency, Commissioners Standards, Contract Law, Disclosure, Fair Housing, General, Legal Issues
|Do You Own All Courses You Listed Above? If Not, Who Does?||Yes|
|Do You Own a Real Estate School?||Yes|
|Designation/Certifications You Are Approved to Teach:|
|Are You an Approved Instructor Through The Arizona Department of Real Estate?||Yes|
|# of Years Approved to Teach in AZ:||8 Years|
|Name of The Last School You Taught for:||Southeast Valley Regional Association of REALTORS®|
Below are the C/E Categories I teach
Agency Workshop – Have you ever wished there was a real estate job description? There is! Participants in this workshop will better understand the requirements of Agency and in-the-trench applications of those requirements.
Broker Manager Clinic
Broker Manager Clinic
Updated Commissioners Rules – Be abreast of the current Commissioners Standards and understand how their application can assist the real estate practitioner to provide better negotiating power and a better understanding of their duties.
Basic and Advanced Contract Writing Classes – (Residential, Listings, Commercial, Land) – Each class offers specific application techniques and tips to better represent and package your client. Not your average contract writing class. Separate classes available for both the new and experienced agent.
High Fiduciary Representation – Participants will learn the Arizona Fair Housing Law and ways to enhance their fiduciary services to the clients and customers through application of these principles.
Disclosure and The Agent – This class discusses disclosure from the seller, buyer and agent’s perspectives. Student will leave the class better prepared to offer a higher level of service to the consumer.
Code of Ethics for NAR – Specific content for satisfying NAR’s Quadrennial Ethics education. Topics include the Preamble, the filing process, and a discussion of articles pertinent to those issues effecting REALTORS day-to-day business.
Legal Aspects of Title and Escrow – With transaction managers performing many duties during escrow that are agent responsibilities it has never been more important for an agent to understand their responsibilities and duties as it applies to Title and Escrow. Proactive risk reduction and ultimately better service to your client or customer.