Ohio Realtors

Education Webinars

Webinar

Commercial Brokerage Due Diligence in the Sale of Real Estate
Instructor: Robert J. Nahigian, FRICS, SIOR, CRE, MCR
January 21 & 23, 2020; $38

This program is geared to the commercial real estate broker, covering the proper due diligence of the purchase or sale of commercial real estate. Such due diligence items include environmental, physical, financial and legal considerations. 

Win-Win or No Deal; Collaborative Negotiation Strategies
Instructor: Evan Fuchs, ABR, AHWD, CRB, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, PSA, RENE, RSPS, SRS
January 28, 2020; $19

In this webinar learn how to build an effective working relationship with the other agent in your transaction and put together a deal that "sticks." Leave the client and other agent with a positive experience, so they want to work with you in the future. Achieve a win-win outcome via the application of communication strategies and principled negotiation.

Overview of Commercial Real Estate
Instructor: Robert J. Nahigian, FRICS, SIOR, CRE, MCR
October 15 & 17, 2019; $38

This introductory program is directed to the beginning residential and/or commercial real estate broker to help understand the differences between residential and commercial real estate leasing and sales. The course is an overview to the real estate broker that exposes him/her to various types of commercial properties and explores how tenants evaluate real estate.

What You Need to Know About Electronic Notarization in Ohio
Instructor: Monica Russell, Esq., Erie Title Agency
September 11, 2019; $19

Senate Bill 263 Codified Electronic Notarization in Ohio and updated the Notary Statute. The bill, along with rules promulgated from the Secretary of State's Office, are set to take effect on September 20, 2019. This webinar will provide an overview of SB263, the difference between an electronic-notarization document and a remotely electronic-notarization document, and how remote closing will work. Prepare yourself and your brokerage for these upcoming changes.

Mandatory Elder Abuse Reporting Requirements
Instructors: Tamara J. Miller, Policy Developer, Bureau of Child/Adult Protection, Ohio Department of Job & Family Services (ODJFS) and Karen Quinlan, JD, Tuscarawas County Department of Job & Family Services (TCJFS)
July 18, 2019; $19

Effective September 29, 2018, Ohio expanded its list of elder abuse mandatory reporters to include licensed real estate agents and brokers. Mandatory reporters are required to report when they have a reasonable belief that an adult is being abused or is in a condition that is the result of abuse. Join us for this webinar as we provide instruction to real estate agents and brokers on what constitutes elder abuse, signs of elder abuse in their working environment, what should be reported and how. 

Transaction Management
Instructor: Joseph Rand
May 30, 2019; $19

This webinar covers the fundamentals of sound transaction management: how to take a client from the point of an accepted offer through all the pitfalls of the inspection; contract formation; mortgage; title; walkthrough; closing; and insurance process. A hypothetical of a very difficult transaction is used throughout the session as an illustration of the types of issues that can come up while trying to get a deal through closing. Participants will learn how to be proactive to avoid transactional delays in their deals, and how to resolve them when they come up.