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CE credit for new licensees and Code of Ethics training

By Meredith Caruso

Aug. 7, 2017 – In the July 17 Florida Realtors Legal News, I listed educational courses available at the Florida Realtors® Convention and Trade Expo (Aug. 16-17, 2017) on Wednesday. Here are some great options with a legal angle for the next day: Thursday, Aug. 17. One can help with your continuing education (CE) credits, and one fulfills NAR's Code of Ethics requirements.

Come take advantage of these great risk management resources – but hurry!

Online preregistration and the current discounted rate of $160 ends today. You can show up and register at the convention but it will cost $10 more.

Education sessions with a legal focus on Thursday, Aug. 17

  • Newly Licensed, Now What?
    As a newly licensed agent, it's easy to get sidetracked since there is so much knowledge to comprehend, recall and apply. This course has been designed to set you up to succeed by answering some of the most important "What's next?" questions. The course, led by Denise Oyler, provides 3 hours of CE credit.
  • Code of Ethics
    Realtors continuously strive to stay informed about the issues that affect real estate. They identify and take steps, through enforcement of the Code of Ethics and by assisting appropriate regulatory bodies, to eliminate practices that may damage the public or discredit or bring dishonor to the real estate profession. This class, led by Lorri Reynolds, fulfills NAR's mandated Code of Ethics training requirement.
  • Don't forget "Live from the Legal Hotline"
    Meet some of the lawyers who answer the phone on Florida Realtors Legal Hotline, a free member benefit. It's an opportunity to ask association attorneys questions face-to-face. It takes place all day in the Sebastian foyer.

Meredith Caruso is Manager of Member Legal Communications for Florida Realtors

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