This 7 hour continuing education package for real estate practitioners in Arkansas will satisfy the requirement for license renewal in 2020. The Arkansas Real Estate Commission and Association of Real Estate License Law Officials dictate licensees be updated and refreshed on certain vulnerable and morphing areas of the real estate industry.
This package includes:
- Required Advertising Review Course
- Arkansas 1 Hour Required Safety CE
- Arkansas Best Practices in Real Estate Cooperative Brokerages
Our course will begin with an exploration of advertising basics and how to develop an internal policy on advertising, followed by a 10 question exam. Next are examinations of various creative advertisements and case studies, as well as some tips for creating your own ads. Another 10 question exam will commence to test comprehension.
Section three of the 3 hour advertising review course will focus on online advertising and how to avoid common pitfalls. A 10 question exam will conclude the core requirement. There is one activity to complete that expects the student to apply information learned so far.
After the advertising review segment is the 1 hour course on safety, which will walk the licensee through general safety considerations both before and during a showing of property. There are two short quizzes in this course, each 5 questions long.
For the elective credits, licensees will analyze the complexities of agency in cooperative transactions, then complete a 10 question quiz. The next two areas which brokerages with cooperating licensees must be aware of are: compensation arrangements and parameters of multiple listing services. Quiz 2 will take about 5 minutes, then the final section will cover open house policies, the cooperative transaction process, and referral fees.
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- Course ID(s): CE--20--3--888AR, CEDE-19-1-692S, CEDE--20--3--889
- Approved By: State of Arkansas Real Estate Commission
Chad started his Real Estate career as a Salesperson in 1970 and worked in residential sales for about 2 years. He then became Principal Broker and Property Manager in 1972. From there Chad's career has been everything Real Estate in Arkansas.
Chad acted as the Director of the Housing Authority of Fayetteville and redeveloped the downtown square and supervised the building of 50 public housing units. Having acted as a broker in some capacity (Sales Manager to Regional Director) for nearly 30 years for multiple brokerages across Arkansas Chad moved into also teaching new real estate professionals.
Now with over 45 years of experience in the Arkansas Real Estate market, Chad additionally acts as an instructor here at AYPO for Arkansas real estate professionals. Chad's wealth of knowledge and years of teaching experience have allowed us to teach some of the best courses offered in Arkansas!