Plan Your 2018 CE Vacation

Why not include your family and meet your business requirements at the same time. Plan your 2018 vacation to be taken in Orange Beach or Gulf Shores, enjoying the beautiful Alabama beach, eating wonderful seafood while fulfilling your continuing education all at the same time.

Your Family Vacation

It’s just common sense. You have to complete your state required continuing education before September 30, 2018 anyway. So why not schedule a week vacation for you and your family. While the family is playing on our beautiful beach, you can take only two days of your vacation time to complete your CE requirements. Since the classes are held during the day, you still have the evenings to dine out with the family, and you still have five days of your vacation time to fish, play golf, or soak up the sun with the family.

Huge Tax Deduction

By doing this, you earn a huge bonus. Since this is also a business trip, your vacation becomes a business expense. Why not let the government finance your vacation? It is such a smart decision, some people make two trips a year and only takes one day of classes on each trip. This is a win-win situation for both you and your family.

CE Deadline is Sept. 30, 2018

2018 is license renewal year and all licensees must complete 15 hours of continuing education. I have taken the guesswork out it for you. Attend our two-day sessions and receive all required CE credits, regardless whether you are a salesperson or a broker. The courses taught and the dates offered are listed below.

Courses Taught in each two-day session

  • Risk Management Avoiding Violations
  • Risk Management for Salesperson
  • Risk Management for Brokers
  • Mining for Gold Nuggets
  • Code of Ethics (NAR Rquired)

Dates for each two-day session in 2018

  • March 21-22
  • April 18-19
  • May 23-24
  • June 13-14
  • July 18-19
  • August 22-23
  • September 19-20

LOCATION: All classes will be taught at this location.

Orange Beach Community Center

27235 Canal Rd.

Orange Beach, Al. 36561

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New CE Requirements

All licensees must complete Risk Management Avoiding Violations and either Risk Management for Salespersons or Risk Management for Brokers. All brokers must complete Risk Management Avoiding Violations and Risk Management for Brokers.

Since most people want to complete all their CE requirements at the same time, we have made that possible by offering all required courses on the same day.

We are very excited about the one-of-kind elective course “A Day In Court.” It promises to be fun, exciting, educational and one that will form memories for a lifetime.

Day One A Day In Court 9am-4pm 6 Hrs. CE Credits $60  
Day Two Risk Management…. Avoiding Violations 8am11pm 3 Hrs. CE Credits $30  
Day Two Risk Management for Salesperson 11am-3pm 3 Hrs. CE Credits $30  
Day Two Risk Management for Brokers 3pm-6pm 3 Hrs. CE Credits $30  

10 Minute Break Each Hour and One Hour Lunch Break Both Days

Special Note: Salespeople taking Risk Management for Brokers will help a salesperson realize the legal liabilities that are placed on the qualifying broker. Additionally, by taking three different Risk Management classes, the salesperson should be well prepared to limit their liabilities while protecting their clients best financial interests.

Class Dates

July 9-10 July 23-24 Aug. 6-7 Aug. 20-21 Sept. 3-4  Sept. 17-18

To register for these classes send an email to Jame@AlabamaRealEstateInstitute.com and give the name, date your cell phone number. You can pay and register the day of class.

NOTE: Make sure you bring your real estate license number to class because I can’t issue your CE credits without it.

 

Location: Class will be held at the Orange Beach Community Center, 27235 Canal Rd. 36561

For additional information call James Anderson (251) 979-2530. I look forward to seeing you in class.

Alabama Real Estate Institute–PO Box 2115, 416 E. Laruel Ave., Foley, Al. 36535

 

 

Requirements For and How to Get Alabama Real Estate License

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I have been asked to simplify the licensing requirements and explain the process so I will give you a bullet point explanation of the basic requirements. For a complete list of all the requirements, contact me or refer to the Alabama License Law.

  • A person must be 19 years of age.
  • A citizen of the United States or have documentation from the federal government establishing a permanent resident status.
  • A resident of the State of Alabama or agree to other provisions; which can be explained upon request.
  • Must not have been convicted of or pleaded guilty or nolo contendere to a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude. Note: Criminal records are checked.
  • Must be a high school graduate or the equivalent.
  • Must complete a 60-Hour Salesperson Prelicense Course (your choice of online or classroom) prior to making application for a temporary license.

Next is the process for completing the requirements that are controlled by state law. I will address the educational requirements from the point of view that benefits our school which is Alabama Real Estate Institute so put www.AlabamaRealEstateInstitute.com into your browser so you can quickly follow my directions. [Read more…]

Alabama Real Estate CE Class Schedule for 2018 (Classroom)

CE Requirements

All licensees must complete Risk Management Avoiding Violations (level one requirement) and either Risk Management for Salespersons or Risk Management for Brokers (level two requirement). All associate brokers and qualifying brokers must complete a minimum of 3-hour of Level One and 3-hours of Level Two Risk Management.

 

Since most people want to complete all their CE requirements at the same time, we have made that possible by offering all required courses on the same day and elective courses on the second day.

 

We are very excited about the one-of-kind elective course “Mining for Gold Nuggets.” It promises to be fun, exciting, educational and one that will form memories for a lifetime. This year we have included “Code of Ethics” which fulfills the new NAR requirement.

 

Day Class Title Time Credits Cost

Day One

Risk Management…. Avoiding Violations

8am11am

3 Hrs. 

 

$30

 

Day One

Risk Management for Salesperson

11am-3pm

   3 Hrs. 

 

$30

 

Day One

Risk Management for Brokers

3pm-6pm

   3 Hrs. 

 

$30  |

 

Day Two

Mining for Gold Nuggets

9am-12pm

   3 Hrs. 

 

 $30

 

Day Two

Code of Ethics

1pm-4pm

  3 Hrs. 

 

$30

 

The above prices are for individual classes. We offer both days for $150 which includes a FREE copy of the Alabama License Law book. People taking individual classes will not receive a book.

10 Minute Break Each Hour and One Hour Lunch Break Both Days

Special Note: Salespeople taking Risk Management for Brokers will help a salesperson realize the legal liabilities that are placed on the qualifying broker. Additionally, by taking three different Risk Management classes, the salesperson should be well prepared to limit their liabilities while protecting their clients best financial interests.

Class Dates for 2018

Mar. 21-22 April 18-19 May 23-24
June 13-14 July 18-19 August 22-23
Sept.19-20    

 

Pre-registration is required to ensure seating, book and food. To make reservations simple call James Anderson (251)979-2530 or you can email me at James@AlabamaRealEstateInstitute.com and I will email you a registration form.

 

NOTE: Make sure you list your real estate license number on the form because I can not issue your CE credits without it. Prepayment by PayPal is available but non-refundable.

 

Location: Class will be held at the

Orange Beach Community Center
 27235 Canal Rd. 36561

For additional information call James Anderson (251) 979-2530. I look forward to seeing you in class.

Alabama Real Estate Institute

PO Box 2115, 416 E. Laruel Ave.,

Foley, Al. 36535

Why Salespeople Should Smile

DO YOU SMILE WHEN ON THE PHONE

In my training classes I teach people the importance of smiling and I’m always interested in the facial expressions of my students during my presentation. Much of the time most students will have a blank look on their face; which tells me they don’t believe what I’m saying. When I entered the sales field in 1969, my brother told me something I’ll never forget; “Look like a professional, dress like a professional, and act like a professional and you will become a professional.” I didn’t appreciate what he was telling me at the time, but as I began maturing, I began to understand the message he was sharing. I can attest that he was right. I have shared the same sentiments with thousands of sales people in hopes they too would learn the real meaning behind the words.

When you think of a salesperson, what do you see? What is their appearance like? What type of personality do they have? How do they act around other people? What is their demeanor?  All of us have met people that we somehow knew they were in sales before we were formerly introduced.  They were well dressed, spoke proper grammar, and had such an outgoing personality; they had to be in sales. We have all heard the preverbal phrase, “A natural born salesperson.”  In reality there is no such birth. [Read more…]

Alabama Reciprocal Real Estate License

Alabama Reciprocates Real Estate Licenses with Most Other States

States nearest Alabama

States Most Commonly Reciprocated With Alabama

I get calls every week from out-of-state Realtors® looking for a 6-hour Alabama License Law class so they can get Alabama Real Estate License.
Let me explain Alabama’s Reciprocal License process. First of all the Alabama Real Estate Commission Requirements are 6 hours of class time that focuses on Alabama License Law. There are individual courses directed at both the salesperson and brokers. The schools that offer these courses design a special course to meet the Commission’s requirements for each position.

Special Reciprocal Class Requirements

Alabama Real Estate Institute offers a Reciprocal Salesperson class and a Reciprocal Broker’s class. [Read more…]