Leasing and the Law

10 Oct

Leasing and the Law

Leasing and the Law

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM)
3.00 CE Hours
Atlanta REALTORS® Center, Atlanta, Georgia

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This program is a workshop for Brokers and Agents who are moving into the business of renting/leasing properties. This is NOT a property management class.

Sales agents often think if they know how to list and sell a million dollar home and generate a $50,000 commission, they can lease a $1,200 rental property without additional education. This may seem a reasonable conclusion based on the size of the commission generated but it's not so. This class will examine the significant differences between the skills and training agents received for sales and the substantial differences there are to leasing. You'll be shocked at what you didn't know about the leasing process and maybe rethink whether or not you want to do leasing. Every Broker allowing his or her agents to do leasing and every Agent thinking about doing leasing, needs this class.

Atlanta REALTORS® Center
Atlanta REALTORS® Center
5784 Lake Forrest Drive
Atlanta, GA 30328

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Robert M. Locke
Robert graduated from Michigan State University in 1969 with a degree in Business and Marketing. Robert got his real estate license in 1973 and has practiced real estate sales, investing and property management ever since.  He and his wife Betty have bought over 150 houses for their own account and have located over 500 houses for their investor clients.
Robert started managing rentals for others in 1980 out of his basement as Crown Management Corporation and over 10,000 tenants have rented from Crown since then. Crown currently manages over 1000 single family rental homes in the Atlanta area. Crown’s clients include private investors, Real Estate Investment Trusts, banks, government agencies, builders, lenders and many other brokers. More >>

Monica Gilroy

Monica K. Gilroy, a founding principal of Gilroy Bailey Trumble, is the firm managing partner and has over 20 years of experience practicing law. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin and a J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law. In addition, Ms. Gilroy attended the Ealing College of Higher Education in a study abroad program. Ms. Gilroy leads the Litigation Department as the focus of her national litigation practice includes all aspects of real estate litigation, including foreclosure and title disputes, broker and agent liability defense, mortgage fraud-related litigation and civil and commercial contract disputes. She also leads the Default Department providing national foreclosure, bankruptcy, loss mitigation and eviction services. More »