Thank You Mader-Bagley State Farm Insurance Agency for the donation of backpacks for our Fill the Bus Project!Craig and Kim dropped by the Greater Metro West Association of REALTORS to drop off backpacks for the school supply drive today! ... See MoreSee Less
Mark Your Calander!! Saturday, July 16th come enjoy a Pancake Breakfast at Flames Seafood Restaurant in Weatherford, TX. $10.00 a ticket. All proceeds will benefit Stars & Strides Stables. Invite your Momma, Daddy, Friends and your Neighbors! Pancakes for Everybody! 😀 ...... See You There!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Still time to register for tomorrows NEW TREC Approved course: Make it through the Appraisal course taught by Candy Cooke from 1-3 pm.
Also, registration is still open for next week’s Courses: Couse descriptions are below Seven Deadly Sins of Pricing Property Credit Scoring: Best Practices for your Clients Commercial Leasing 101 Commercial Leasing Contract 101 – Satisfies your 3 hours of contract related CE hours Letters of Intent 101 - Sales & Leasing – Satisfies your 3 hours of contract related CE hours How to NOT Practice Law Using Commercial & Residential Forms
These classes are remote courses offered through Texas REALTORS® You will have your choice to broadcast the CE/SAE courses from home or at the GMWAR office.
Trying to Make it Through the Appraisal Course #42218 When: May 6, 2022 Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Instructor: Candy Cooke Cost: $20.00 2 CE Credit Hours Today’s market has put a strain on interactions between different real estate professionals. One of the most tense is the relationship between the agents/brokers and the appraisers. All of these parties need to understand the other party’s position. To help the consumers, agents and appraisers need to work together. Each party has a specific job. This course will provide information and knowledge to make the transaction proceed more smoothly through the appraisal function.
Seven Deadly Sins of Pricing Property Course New, Approved #PENDING When: May 9, 2022 Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Instructor: Brent Lancaster Cost: $30.00 3 CE Credit Hours Pricing property is the single most important aspect of listing real estate. Even in today’s market, failing to price property correctly can cost your seller thousands. This course covers the most common mistakes agents (and sellers) make when pricing property.
Credit Scoring: Best Practices for your Clients Course New, Approved #PENDING When: May 9, 2022 Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Instructor: Brent Lancaster Cost: $30.00 3 CE Credit Hours Upon completion of this course, the student will be familiar with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. This course will identify the differences and similarities between the three credit reporting agencies to know what is included and excluded in a free credit report. We will also review how to properly read a credit report, how to spot errors, and who to contact to get those errors corrected. Finally, we will investigate the truth behind many credit myths agents and borrowers have such as, “why all debt is not treated equal” and “closing old accounts will help my credit score.”
Commercial Leasing 101 Course #39819 When: May 10, 2022 Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Instructor: Michica Guillory Cost: $30.00 3 CE Credit Hours This course by Michica Guillory is for the residential real estate professional interested in commercial real estate. Learn the basics and beyond. From working with landlords and property managers to leasing office and retail space. The course covers basic vocabulary and basic mathematics. It also discusses some basic principles of how to communicate most effectively with landlords and property managers, the build-out process and what truly are the real estate professionals’ responsibilities in the commercial leasing process. The course is designed to remove the mystery of the build-out process and to illustrate why staying out of this part of the move-in process is crucial. By completing this course students can gain a tactical advantage in negotiations by illustrating how to best utilize certain clauses of the lease. Other topics of discussion include insurance needs and some tricks of the trades that landlords and property managers don’t like to share.
TREC Approved Contracts Course - Commercial Leasing Contract 101 Course #39824 When: May 10, 2022 Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Instructor: Michica Guillory Cost: $30.00 3 CE Credit Hours This course by Michica Guillory is designed to walk real estate professionals through a variety of commercial leasing contracts. Using the TAR commercial lease contract as a guide, the course will focus on discussing how each clause in the contract is used. A variety of TAR commercial lease-related clauses will be covered, how they fit in with the lease contract and when exact language of a clause, such as the subrogation clause, requires consultation of a real estate attorney. Other topics include additional rent, letters of intent, construction riders, commission agreements and more. The objective of this course is to inform real estate license holder about the sales contract forms available for use in commercial transactions, the proper way to complete the forms without engaging in the unauthorized practice of law, the purpose of specific contract clauses, and negotiation strategies to use to their best advantage in completing the sales contract.
TREC Approved Contracts Course - Letters of Intent 101 - Sales & Leasing Course #40539 When: May 11, 2022 Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Instructor: Michica Guillory Cost: $30.00 3 CE Credit Hours This course by Michica Guillory is an interactive, 3-hour CE course all about how to write letters of intent for both commercial leases and commercial sales transactions. This hands-on class will do two things: thoroughly walk students through the TXR LOI Form as well as review LOI’s offered by non-TXR entities. Students will learn how to effectively negotiate and what terms are best for their clients.
How to NOT Practice Law Using Commercial & Residential Forms Course #40540 When: May 11, 2022 Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Instructor: Michica Guillory Cost: $20.00 2 CE Credit Hours This course by Michica Guillory “How NOT to Accidentally Practice Law Using TAR Commercial Forms” covers the rules that apply to all residential forms. Licensed agents and brokers are exceedingly cautious to not accidentally “practice law” when utilizing commercial forms. Yet, contracts still need to be altered sometimes. This course is designed to show licensees how to properly alter TAR contracts and not break the law while doing it! ... See MoreSee Less