PL201 Instructor: Bill Fain and Mary Coutu 45 Hours RI School of Real Estate offers the 45 hours in an accelerated class offered over 4 weekends with classes running for 6 hours, from 10 to 4, on Saturdays and Sundays . All books and other class materials are included. We provide the most up to the minute RI Law materials available. We provide you with study aids and many testing opportunities to make sure you are as prepared as possible for taking the state exam. Our instructors are practicing real estate brokers with years of experience in the field and in [...]
CE110-23 | CORE Instructor: Paul Kuhn/Bill Fain 3 CEH You texted an offer and got a text back with an acceptance... is that an enforceable contract? Learn the fundamentals of contract law in this engaging class! Hear some case law and the rationales behind the decisions...learn how to better protect your clients! $55 value at $0 cost because of KWAOR membership
CE141 Instructor: Beth Markowski-Roop, Ryan Mason 3 CEH Did you know there are different types of hoards? Experiences in people’s lives can cause reactions that lead to unsafe behavior. Real estate agents will learn how to speak non-threateningly and with empathy during this course to help their client respectfully move through the sales process. Develop ways to communicate with insurance companies, adjusters and management companies.
CE138 Instructor: Bill Fain 3 CEH Further Discussions and Case Studies of Fair Housing Issues including Race and Housing: Bias in Real Estate & Marijuana and Real Estate: a Budding Issue. $35 value at $0 cost because of KWAOR membership
CE118-23 Instructor: Deana Bobbin CEH 3: People born between 1980-1998 are millennials and they’re getting into the marketplace. Research has shown them to be hesitant and you need to know why! This course will teach you their knowledge level or lack thereof, emotional drivers and more, based on an extensive national survey.
CE104 Instructor: Deana Bobbin 3 CEH Ever found that perfect house for someone, but they had no vision or money to make it their own? How about that septic that failed or that unsafe electrical system or roof that is at the end of its life? Have you ever had that unique buyer looking for that unique house that just does not exist? This class explores the many options available.
CE138 Instructor: Denise Mann 3 CEH Definitions and past methods of discrimination and to dig deeper into case studies, belief systems and the protected classes. A look at the practical issues of service animals and marijuana. This course fulfills Rhode Island’s Fair Housing requirement.
CE125 | CORE Instructor: Denise Mann 3 CEH Tried and true yet sometimes we want to recreate the wheel. This class can help you jumpstart your business or reenergize it by going back to the proven basics.
CE141 Instructor: Beth Markowski-Roop 3 CEH What, why and who is hoarding. What does this mean in a real estate sense, and how do licensees counsel and market these homes? Includes safety discussions and exercises.
CE138 Instructor: Jeannine Harrington & Deana Bobbin 3 CEH Definitions and past methods of discrimination and to dig deeper into case studies, belief systems and the protected classes. A look at the practical issues of service animals and marijuana. This course fulfills Rhode Island’s Fair Housing requirement.
CE111 | CORE Instructor: Bill Fain, Denise Mann 3 CEH Ahhh, the Golden Rule; Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Learn about real life ethics complaints and how they turned out. See if your analysis is the same conclusion. This class satisfies the triennial NAR requirement. This class requires an internet connected/WIFI device like a tablet or cell phone.
CE145 Instructor: Bill Fain 3 CEH The French say “je ne sais quoi.” It’s that special something that makes some houses just ‘feel right’ and others just languish without attention. Do you wear a power tie to listing presentations or do you dress comfortably? Does it matter where you park? The words you use? Learn how to use Chi to bring balance to your real estate life.