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.
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.
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 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 opitons.