Brokerage Management: Understanding Your Responsibilities
October 17, 2022, 1:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Renaissance - Columbus Westerville-Polaris
409 Altair Parkway
Westerville, OH 43082
Online registration for this program is closed. Please register on-site, there is plenty of availability!
As a broker or manager, it is more crucial than ever that you understand the duties in overseeing your brokerage activities. From trust account requirements to oversight of agents and teams, your license law duties will be discussed. Special emphasis will be given to social media advertising, presenting offers and how to handle multiple offers on a property. This 3-hour course will make sure that you have the information you need to stay on the right side of the Division of Real Estate.
Who needs this course:
- Principal brokers
- Management level licensees (broker or agent)
- Associate brokers
- Brokers on deposit
- Brokers or managers even if over 70*
We're also excited to introduce a Teams Summit that will be held the morning of October 17th, followed by our Broker Summit on October 18th – 2 full days of Broker focused programming!
A Networking Reception will be held from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm on October 17th – register TODAY and come build meaningful connections with fellow Brokers!
Separate registration is required for the Teams Summit and Brokerage Management programs. Register for all 3 programs for a special package rate of just $249!
Instructed by: Todd Book, Esq., Ohio REALTORS VP of Legal and Legislative Affairs, Stephen McCoy, Esq., Ohio REALTORS VP of Legal and Regulatory Affairs
Credit: This course is certified for the required 3 hours of broker/manager credit. Per ODRE requirements, you must present 90% of the program in order to receive credit.
IMPORTANT: This course will meet the continuing education requirement for a separate course on broker responsibility required for principal brokers, managers and associate brokers for CE due after April 6, 2020. It should be noted that this 3-hour course must be included in a licensee's 30-hour CE requirement - not in addition.
*Brokers over the age of 70 will now have four core classes (12 total hours to submit instead of nine hours.)
To view FAQ's on the broker/manager responsibilities education requirements please click HERE. You will be required to log in to the Ohio REALTORS website for access.