Earn the credits you need to renew your real estate license and learn about leases without having to fight the traffic at the Georgia Association of Business Brokers’ Spring Conference to be held via Zoom Livestream on May 19 and 20th, 2020. The conference will be live-streamed online via Zoom.
We have room for ONE MORE STUDENT for the May 19 program is “Everything is Great Until it Isn’t – License Law” which satisfies the Georgia Real Estate Commission’s requirement that you must have a 3-hour license law class every four years. The class is GREC Course #67741, a three-hour class and is being held through the Georgia Association of Realtors’ Partners in Education program, GREC School Code #271.
But CAN STILL TAKE REGISTRATION for the Wednesday, May 20th, 3-hour class titled “Evaluating Lease Issues when Buying or Selling a Business” through the GABB’s Real Estate School, Class code #71908, GREC School Code #8074. This course will receive three hours of CE credit through the GREC.
Registration for the conference will be $49 for GABB members, and $99 for non-GABB members. Scroll to the bottom of the page to register. Both classes will be held from 9 a.m. until noon.
Requirements for participating in a virtual class:
- Your device must have a video webcam, microphone, and speakers. (Students are required to enable video so that we can monitor attendance.)
- You need to set up a free Zoom account (https://zoom.us/) prior to the class. (Your free 40-minute account will allow you easy access to our ZOOM Classroom account.)
- Students are expected to attend the entire class session (except during the 15-minute break) just as if they were sitting in a classroom.
- After the class, you will be emailed an electronic affidavit and an electronic class evaluation. To receive CE credit, you must complete both.
A link to participate in Tuesday class has been sent to registered students on Monday, May 18. If you did not get it, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-374-3990.
Everything is Great Until it Isn’t – License Law – GREC Course #67741
THIS COURSE SATISFIES THE GREC REAL ESTATE LICENSE LAW EDUCATION REQUIREMENT. Students will review and be able to apply License Law to daily business with a focus on handling transactions as a licensee and a licensee acting as a principal, understand Unfair Trade Practices to improve licensee’s skills in normal business activities, demonstrate advertising compliance in all media, be better equipped to serve and protect clients and customers and improve knowledge and skills in brokerage actions. This is an interactive course suitable for commercial and residential agents. (This course provides both Real Estate Licensee CE credit and Real Estate Instructor CE credit.)
Instructor: Ann Cyphers, President of Cyphers Brokerage Associates, Inc., has been extremely active in the Atlanta commercial real estate sector for many years completing hundreds of sale and lease transactions for local and national companies during her 30-year career. Prior to forming her own company, Ann was Vice President of Jones Lang LaSalle, with responsibilities that included training, new business development and the marketing and leasing of Class A office buildings. Ann has been a GREC-certified instructor for more than 20 years teaching sales and broker prelicensing courses, post license courses and continuing education. She earned her CCIM (Certified Commercial Member) in 1998 and is a graduate of Georgia State University. Ann has served on several real estate boards and received numerous awards including the Commercial Real Estate Women Development of the Year Awards and Shining Light Award.
“Evaluating Lease Issues when Buying or Selling a Business”
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Attendees, all of whom are licensed real estate agents, will learn how about leases, including Georgia law, types of leases, the value of the lease to a business, common lease terms, franchise issues, assets attached to the property, subordination, below-market leases and common lease issues faced by business buyers and sellers.
Wendy W. Kraby, Attorney, GDCR Law. Ms. Kraby is a University of Georgia graduate who was the managing editor of the Red & Black student newspaper, she went on to become a writer and editor at CNN before earning her law degree at Georgia State University’s College of Law. She has been admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals and the United States Tax Court.
Jon Roman, treasurer of the GABB, is the owner of Transworld Business Advisors of Atlanta Perimeter, an award-winning group of five agents, an office manager and a marketing sales specialist. For nearly 18 years, prior to Transworld, Mr. Roman had helped entrepreneurs to obtain funding when acquiring, selling or franchising businesses. He established, acquired, operated and sold his own businesses for more than 20 years. Mr. Roman is a former commercial banker with experience in a multitude of deals. Throughout his career, Jon financed mergers and acquisitions, business expansions, construction and development projects. He evaluated businesses, built and consolidated financial records and shared opinions regarding business plans, and/or exit strategies. Mr. Roman is a lifetime million-dollar member of the GABB and is currently serving as the group’s treasurer. Among other qualifications, Jon is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), a (Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) and a member of the Entrepreneur’s Organization.
NOTE: You may still register for the WEDNESDAY, May 20, class, but we have only ONE SPACE left for the TUESDAY, May 19 class. Please call 404-374-3990 to confirm that we still have space if that’s the class you want.
GABB Spring Conference 2020Form for GABB Fall Conference