Salesperson Prelicense Cram Course

21 Mar

Salesperson Prelicense Cram Course

Salesperson Prelicense Cram Course

Saturday, March 21, 2020 to Sunday, March 22, 2020
0.00 CE Hours
Zoom Video Conference CAPITUS, CRAM

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Practice makes perfect... If you’ve completed your salesperson Pre-license course, Capitus offers a 2-day weekend "super" CRAM course on a monthly basis. This challenging weekend review is designed to assist you in passing the school or state exams. Veteran real estate educators will guide you through a series of lectures, practice tests and Q&As to enhance your knowledge in areas that you find difficult. Over the 2 days, you'll be given numerous quizzes on all the topics that make up the Salesperson Prelicense course. The instructor will review the questions and answers and provide you an opportunity to discuss critical content that you may not understand.

This course is optional for Salesperson students but you are strongly advised to take advantage of this opportunity, designed to push you over the top on your school and state exams. Cram Course classes frequently fill up early and pre-registration is required.

Please note, no educational credit is given for this program. However, it may be used to make up hours that you missed in your classroom course if needed. Please contact Capitus at 404.252.6768 to discuss your options.

THIS CLASS WILL TAKE PLACE VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM: https://zoom.us/j/363937838

Your virtual class will maintain the same class standards and requirements as if you were physically sitting among your classmates and instructor. The same policies for attendance and participation apply.

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Karen Loftus, GRI, SRS, ABR
Karen Loftus holds a BS in secondary education from Mansfield University. After moving South, she obtained her real estate license in 1985 and earned her associate broker’s license in 1994. Karen is a Certified Residential Appraiser, a licensed instructor for the Georgia Real Estate Commission and teaches sales and broker pre-license classes as well as pre-license appraisal. She has also served as a director for both her local board and GAR since 1991. Karen has chaired and served on many GAR committees including the GRI Board of Governors and was the GRI Dean in 2007. She was selected as the Gwinnett County REALTOR® of the Year in 1995 and was the NAMAR candidate for GAR REALTOR® of the Year in 1995 and 2005. Karen received the GAR President’s Award in 2005. She is a graduate of the 2008 GAR Leadership Academy.