What All Brokers Need to Know
Being in charge of your office is more complex in today's market and with the addition of agents and other staff members, you have assumed more responsibility and risk. Therefore, we hope you will consider attending.
Key learning objectives in this class:
- Review of the Broker Manual.
- Creating a business plan.
- Considerations when opening an office: location, size, forms, equipment, marketing, and records.
- Staffing concerns: recruiting, IC vs. employee, full-time vs. part-time, job descriptions, and more.
- Working with salespeople: policy and procedure manual, contracts and forms, training, staff meetings, key security, sexual harassment, etc.
- Expanding company services: appraisals, intra- company referrals, mortgage brokerage services.
- Regulations including DBPR, Department of Revenue, escrow account requirements, and the Landlord/Tenant Act.
Charles (Chuck) Bonamer, CRB, ITI, GRI, is the president of TRANS-EQUITY, Inc., REALTORS® and has been a managing broker for more than 30 years. His brokerage firm renders litigation support and lecture services to the brokerage and law industries.
- Florida Real Estate Brokerage Management Manual
- NAR Real Estate Brokerage Essentials 3rd Edition Book
- Boxed Lunch
- Copyrighted versions of the Brokerage Management Manual and
Policies and Procedures Manual available on CD for $39.99 (can be customized with company name/logo with instructor's authorization).
May 05, 2014
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Check-in & lunch begins at 12:30 p.m.
ORRA Members: $79
On-site: + $15
A valid broker's license is required. Broker associates welcome.
Business casual attire requested for educational programs.
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