Subscribe to Answers
No sir, they do not. There is no monthly fee with our agency
Nina Hollander, Broker
Sometimes there are classes for CEU's I mostly take them online or at our local Real Estate Association
Here, I don't know of any companies that offer the required CE classes. Seems like all Agents either do it online or go to the local Association that offers them.
As part of our Association membership this year, continuing ed classes are offered "for free". It is a nice added-value-feature!
yes, they offer CE credit classes periodically throughout the year....no charge.... held in the office for convenience...
We currently do not; however, looking into that now. That is a good benefit to provide.
yes & it only costs a significant chunk of my commission.
No, they do not offer CE classes through my brokerage.
For most, no charge....
Nope they don't.
I am my compnay so no extra fees, but i also pay for my own classes. I could take the free one, but i like online rather than sitting in a class all day
We sure do. Probably 2-3 classes with CE credit per month. No charge. Part of our very low monthly office fee.
I have never been associated with a company who provided free CE. There are companies that do so arond the country.
No offerings here, interesting idea here thanks.
Not sure, Paul. I have to take CE for brokers-in-charge and that is not the normal annual update class so not something my company would offer. I pay no monthly fees, so if there was a class offered, it would probably be a separate charge. In Charlotte, many of our builders offer free CE classes.
Sunny Isles Beach, FL
We go to Gold Coast RE school.
Sunny Isles Beach, FL
Occasionally but not as often as I would like - I need about 27 more hours by May. No such classes on the calendar.
No. However, they are offered nearby.
No. And no monthly or desk fee either!
Have to pay board myself to take them.
KW offers lots of training but not for CE. I get that in person from our Board or on-line.
Our company offers free CE classes, lots of them. But I prefer to go to the ones the title company sponsors. They have food and drink.
Yes, often offered for free, but they pay me to teach the CE classes.
All continuing education is self-managed and part of my annual expenses.
CE is something you foot your bill.
We did not offer to do that. We had experts on legal matters, and commercial real estate related issues once a month. The required CE have nothing to do with the commercial real estate industry except for Ethics. A
No. CE for the renewal is a joke in CA. I'll go to the board for some of their classes every now and then. Went to a good one on multi-family unit investing and brokering last week.
I do my own as mandated by the Department of Real Estate. If it was informative, productive and had "in-hand" value, I wouldn't mind. Right now, I see it as a "tax" on agents to generate income for the industry
Keller Williams University is part of each market center, training is abundant and mostly free or subsidized here.