BROKERS PRELICENSE

BROKERS PRELICENSE

If you are at the stage of your career where you have met the required time and experience requirement and feel this is the natural next step, we can help you achieve your goals.

The Brokers Course is not technically about real estate. That’s what Prelicense is for.

While we do spend a good bit of time reviewing key real estate fundamental concepts from the prelicense course, this program is more about Leadership and Management because that is what being a Broker is all about.

TWO DIFFERENT HATS…

The skill sets required to be a good real estate salesperson are not necessarily the same skill sets required to be a good, effective Broker!

A Qualifying Broker is considered the Leader of his/her firm. Brokers are responsible for the overall performance of the firm’s affiliated licensees and therefore acts in a leadership capacity. They have oversight over their firm’s policies and procedures, as well as hiring, training and managing affiliated licensees. It is also the Broker who is in charge of handling trust accounts, ensuring the firm is compliant with all laws and regulations, and ultimately establishes the unique culture of that office/firm.

It’s a big job, but we have faith in you…

Are you ready?

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OUR COVID DRIVEN RELATIONSHIP WITH CAPITUS LEARNING IN ATLANTA

Why do we teach for another school?

Well, as instructors, we can teach for whomever we want. And we have to admit, having ties to the oldest and largest (and most recognizable school) in Atlanta is nothing to scoff at.

With the shift into virtual classrooms, Capitus needed a Broker Course Instructor to pinch hit and sub for their scheduled Brokers Course and reached out to us. Ordinarily, we would be restricted by geography and not be able to teach an on-going class in Atlanta… but with Zoom… voilá!

Our instructor/director, Midi Shaw, has since become a regular instructor with Capitus and we’ve decided to route all live Brokers courses through Capitus and let them deal with the administration side of things!

Hey, it works.