Company Name: High Peaks Real Estate LLC
Street Address: 2007 N. Starling Way
ZIP Code: 86004
Company Phone: (928) 699-3992
January 3, 2013
|I belong to:||Northern Arizona Association of REALTOR®|
|I Teach Courses in the Following Categories:||Agency, Commissioners Standards, Contract Law, Fair Housing, and General|
|Do You Own All Courses You Listed Above? If Not, Who Does?||TBA|
|Do You Own a Real Estate School?||No|
|Are You an Approved Instructor Through The Arizona Department of Real Estate?||Yes|
|# of Years Approved to Teach in AZ:||TBA|
|Name of The Last School You Taught for:||Advantage Solutions Group|
Below are the C/E Categories I teach
The Social Agent – A review of agency issues in social media. Subjects to be discussed include: The virtual world IS part of the real world, implied agency, expressed agency, fiduciary duties, limited representation and social media, a review of READE form, using forms online, and how to be social online without becoming an implied agent.
Broker Manager Clinic
Etiquette for the Age of Engage – Explaining ethics and etiquette in the age of engage enabling its students to ensure that the standards set forth in the Code of Ethics and Commission’s Standards are upheld regardless of the medium used.
Advertising 2.0 – A three hour continuing education course for the purpose of reviewing national and state guidelines ensuring that the advertising standards set forth in the Federal Fair Housing Laws, Code of Ethics, and Commission’s Standards are upheld regardless of the medium used. Subjects to be discussed include: The virtual world IS part of the real world, what is Advertising 2.0, a review of the 3 social media sites, various advertising options on each site, how to be in compliance on each site, managing a blog or forum, and website compliance.
Contracting Confidence – explaining the residential purchase contract giving its students the confidence to explain it to clients and how that confidence can translate into higher profits. Subjects to be discussed include: Utilizing the design of the contract, an explanation of clauses, a review of contract contingencies and negotiable terms, inspection period issues, often over looked details, contract trends and how the right attitude can increase your income.
“We’re All in the Same Boat Now” – A three hour continuing education course for the purpose of exploring Fair Housing Laws to ensure online compliance. Subjects to be discussed include: a history of rights, protected Classes, additional protected classes vary by state, redlining, limiting liability through consistency, and how to stay out of trouble with all of these topics online.
Facebook – A review of the site and a hands on class aimed at getting your profile set up.