Get Ready for the Boomers

Today’s Seniors: Meeting Their Needs – 4 hour Continuing Education Elective Course

The senior population is one of the fastest growing segment of real estate clientele. Today’s Seniors: Meeting Their Needs introduces brokers to the unique aspects of working with the senior community. Learn to effectively communicate with seniors and gain a better understanding of their particular real estate needs. Whether selling their home of 50 years, relocating closer to family, or just downsizing to meet their current lifestyle, today’s senior expects a lot from their real estate broker. Register today and get your unfair share of the ever growing senior market.

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Seniors Real Estate Specialist Designation Course (SRES) – 2 day designation course

The Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) designation is awarded to REALTORS® who have successfully completed the required education course. SRES® designees learn how to lead senior clients through real estate transactions and draw on the expertise of a network of senior specialists, such as CPAs, estate planners, lawyers, clutter and staging experts as well as community resources and services. The SRES® designation is the only one of its kind recognized by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. More than 15,000 REALTORS® have earned the SRES® designation.

This course is approved for 4-hours of CE elective credit through NCREC.

And now, as a special incentive, receive a voucher for one FREE 4-hour CE course with the completion of your SRES Designation Course!

Complete your SRES Core Course, receive 4 hours of elective credit, and use the free Voucher for your Mandatory Update class, all for only $295.

Hurry…offer expires Dec. 31, 2012.

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Here is what some of Stormie’s Students have to say:

I just wanted to say Thank You for taking the time after class to talk with me about different career opportunities in Senior Care. I enjoyed the class very much and you did a very good job. Thanks again,
“Thanks so much for the very informative class yesterday. It was interesting to see that most of the attendees were near or over 50 years of age. I attended the class for professional and personal information. Unfortunately it would have helped immensely with decisions and assistance for my own parents in the past 2 years also, so I hope that agents of all ages will attend the class before they suddenly find themselves trying to meet Seniors needs.

As I mentioned during the break, I read a book entitled What to Do for Senior Health by Albert Barnett, M.D. and Nancy Rushton, R.N. It is very easy to read and discusses most of the issues/needs that seniors are facing.

It would be a great gift for residents as they consider housing options.-Kathy”