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Maine Real Estate Continuing Education - Live Streaming "Zoom" Classes

Below is a list of our upcoming Live Streaming Continuing Education Classes via the Zoom Platform. 

****IMPORTANT NOTICE:  We cannot provide technical support for Zoom the day of the class*****

The Zoom software is free and easy to use!  Click the following link IN ADVANCE of the scheduled class to test your zoom ability:  https://zoom.us/test

The link below is a short video with instructions on how to join a meeting.

https://bit.ly/ZoomJoinAMeeting.

Your video/webcam MUST be turned on so that we can see you through the entirety of the class (REQUIRED - NO EXCEPTIONS!)

Once you've completed the live streaming portion of the class, you will be re-directed to your student center to complete the final quiz.  Upon passing the quiz and completing the required class evaluation, a course completion certificate will be available for you to download and/or print for your records.

Come join us for a lively interactive class from the comfort of your office or home! 

We intend for this class to be treated exactly the same as a live class!  If you cannot do it in a live class, we ask that you not do it in a zoom class.  For example - no driving, exercising, gardening, talking on your phone, walking the dog...  We really appreciate everyone's cooperation so that we can make this a favorable learning experience for everyone attending.  Thank you!

Upcoming Classes:

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Core Course for Brokers & Associate Brokers 4 Communication (Livestream)
Zoom Livestream Dec 2nd 9am-12pm

The single most important element of a smooth real estate transaction is EFFECTIVE communication. Not that long ago, licensees worked mainly from an office and most often communicated with consumers face to face, by telephone or through the United State Postal Service. Offers were mailed out or faxed for initials and signatures and it could take days to get a fully executed contract. Technology advances have changed the way business is done. Offers can be emailed, electronically signed and returned in a matter of minutes. A potential down side of this faster-paced transaction is a lack of thorough communication.
Transactions involve numerous people, any of which may drop the ball and forget to pass along a message, submit a document or set up an appointment. When everyone involved in a transaction keeps in contact with each other chances are there will be a clearer understanding of that transaction and proper expectations.
A common thread found in the investigation of Real Estate Commission complaints is INEFFECTIVE communication. Whether it be about appointed agency, disclosed dual agency, performance/service, earnest money disputes, incomplete property information or other brokerage issues, communication is often a factor when an issue arises.

Instructor: Geoff MacLean
ME 3 clock hours
$20.00

Core Course for Brokers & Associate Brokers 4 Communication (Livestream)
Zoom Livestream Dec 10th 9am-12pm

The single most important element of a smooth real estate transaction is EFFECTIVE communication. Not that long ago, licensees worked mainly from an office and most often communicated with consumers face to face, by telephone or through the United State Postal Service. Offers were mailed out or faxed for initials and signatures and it could take days to get a fully executed contract. Technology advances have changed the way business is done. Offers can be emailed, electronically signed and returned in a matter of minutes. A potential down side of this faster-paced transaction is a lack of thorough communication.
Transactions involve numerous people, any of which may drop the ball and forget to pass along a message, submit a document or set up an appointment. When everyone involved in a transaction keeps in contact with each other chances are there will be a clearer understanding of that transaction and proper expectations.
A common thread found in the investigation of Real Estate Commission complaints is INEFFECTIVE communication. Whether it be about appointed agency, disclosed dual agency, performance/service, earnest money disputes, incomplete property information or other brokerage issues, communication is often a factor when an issue arises.

Instructor: Geoff MacLean
ME 3 clock hours
SOLD OUT
$20.00