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Retail Expert Series

Class Time: Daytime

ACBR Member Registration: 100.00

Non-Member Registration: 175.00

Location: Atlanta REALTORSĀ® Center

Duration: 08/15/2024-08/15/2024

Instructor: Expert Panel

Class Schedule
Dates
Day
Time

08/15/2024

Thu

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Class Description

And just like that - the ACBR Retail Expert Series is back! This is your chance to gather together with leading voices in this industry for our 2024 program:

This Annual Event is one of the best ways to get six (6!) Hours of CE credit while experiencing a fast-paced, highly dynamic roster of the top leaders in the Southeastern Region for Commercial Real Estate. This program will include:

Six (6) terrific panels focused on the major trends and innovations coming to the commercial retail real estate industry.

Instructor Bio

Expert Panel

We have Industry leaders and experts, comprising 2 panels and one featured speaker that will provide insights into how our businesses will need to change and adapt to be successful.

Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS)

Cost: $147.00

Credit Hours:

Course Description

The Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation is the exclusive global designation of NAR®. This premier designation is awarded by NAR's Commercial and Global Services department to REALTORS® who complete the coursework and meet practical experience criteria that demonstrate knowledge and familiarity with global clients.

How to earn the CIPS Designation?
  • Successfully complete two core courses and three elective courses (options and requirements vary for US and non-US applicants)
  • Designees must complete the designation application form with at least 100 elective credits. Elective credits can be earned in 13 different categories such as: speaking other languages, possessing additional NAR® designations, attending international conferences and international transactions, experience abroad, and others.
  • Be a member in good standing of NAR (or NAR cooperating international association)
Is there a fee to become a CIPS Designee?

There is a one-time application fee of $75 for US and Canadian REALTORS® or $300 for International REALTORS®.

How much are the annual membership dues?

Dues for the CIPS Designation are $220 annually for US and Canadian REALTORS® and new applicant dues are pro-rated quarterly based on the date of application.

For International REALTORS®, you remain an active designee by paying the International REALTOR® dues of $75.

Course Bundles are available.
This online course does not provide any CE credit in the state of Georgia.

Commercial Land I

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Overview of the land acquisition process, the players, property descriptions and discussion of the most common offer forms for the sale and purchase of raw land.

Commercial Land II

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Discussion of land development issues including zoning, variances, permitting, environmental concerns and the practical usage of sales comparison data.

Commercial Leasing I

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Detailed explanations of types and structures of commercial leases, including office and retail retail leases and practical examples and definitions of quoted rates and other leasing terminology.

Commercial Leasing II

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Discussion and explanation of various clauses common in different commercial leases and their practical application. Clauses include subordination, assignment, CPI and other escalators.

Commercial Real Estate I

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Overview of types of commercial real estate, specialization in the industry, economic issues and trends and laws pertinent to the practice of commercial real estate.

Commercial Real Estate II

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Discussion of listings used in commercial real estate, buyer agency, suggestions for obtaining and marketing commercial real estate in addition to discussions of practical applications.

Commercial Real Estate Terms I

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Review and explanation of various terms and definitions used in commercial real estate practice described in a practical nature.

Development of Residential Subdivsions

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

The process of developing a new residential subdivision project is covered from a practical perspective. Topics include negotiating the purchase contract, rezoning, permitting, actual development of the land and ethical considerations in selling lots. The financial aspects of planning for a successful project using a Cash Flow model, various types of funding are also discussed.

Environmental Concerns in Real Estate

Cost: $35.00

Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

Discussion of environmental issues as they relate to real estate including: environmentally sensitive properties such as flood plains and wetlands, contaminated properties, risk assessment such as Phase 1 & Phase 2 audits, as well as laws and regulations, terminology and acronyms used in the practice of real estate.