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I originally posted this back in July on the Active Rain Real Estate Network. At that time I was pretty excited about becoming an ABR and SRES instructor. I wrote the post and inserted lots of links that take you to other articles I’ve written. It’s sort of like a journal and a passage of sorts. I look back at some my early blog posts and cringe a bit…but hey that’s me…my words and my feelings.

I’m off teaching NHAR’s Quick Start program for the next two days and then Jay and I are driving to Pennsylvania for the Penn State/Ohio State game. Plus the RedSox are going to the world series! What a weekend it will be for us!

See you next week!

It’s Offical I’m an ABR and SRES Instructor!

July 2007

 As some of you know I’ve been working my way through the instructor certification process required by REBAC to become an ABR and SRES instructor.

It took a while but I have completed both the required one day course in DC and the two day course in St Louis and the dreaded tests.

Thankfully I passed both tests and now I’m finally “certified”…YIPPEE!

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It’s Offical I’m an ABR and SRES Instructor!

 As some of you know I’ve been working my way through the instructor certification process required by REBAC to become an ABR and SRES instructor.

It took a while but I have completed both the required one day course in DC and the two day course in St Louis and the dreaded tests.

Thankfully I passed both tests and now I’m finally “certified”…YIPPEE! 

ABR and SRES are both National Association of REALTORS designations.  They are multi-day courses and are offered across the country.

I’m very willing to travel and my rates are great…so keep me in mind if you’re looking for a REBAC instructor.

I’m pretty excited about this as I already teach some of the GRI courses for my state as well as their 4 day new agent training program called Quick Start

I have been involved in real estate training for many years at many levels. In fact earlier this year Jay and I opened our very own small training center in Hampstead NH.

I think walking the walk…working in real estate sales these past 23 years has really helped me in my teaching. I can relate to what my students go through and what they need to do to survive in real estate on a daily basis.

My practical skills bring a real world touch to all my classes, while Pie in the sky is nice and pretty, real world makes the real difference.

Being able to add ABR and SRES to my list of course offerings is really exciting for me. I’m ready to expand beyond the New England States.  How very exciting that is!

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