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Monthly Membership Committee Meeting held the second Tuesday of each month:
Time: 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Location: WHAR office at Pottery Terrace
75-5995 Kuakini Hwy., #221,
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
75-5995 Kuakini Hwy., #221,
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
TMK 3-7-6 to 3-7-7
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to create consistent monthly marketing for lead nurturing? Have you struggled to create, write and send out monthly email newsletters? We have a solution for you. Join a monthly accountability writers group at WHAR the last Tuesday of each month for 90 minutes from 11:30 am-1 pm.
365Kona blogger and author, Julie Ziemelis, will lead the group and provide content ideas and links to complimentary WHAR and industry real estate articles for your use and provide ideas for local content in the monthly workshops. She will also be available to help you create email campaigns using an e-newsletter program if you are not currently using an email newsletter/CRM provider. You can also learn how to track open rates and fine tune your campaigns. Best of all, you will send out a campaign each month.
All content you create in the workshop for the newsletter can also be utilized for social media and other marketing materials.
This workshop is a complimentary member benefit being held in the WHAR conference room each month. Seating is limited.
Technology Committee meets the third Tuesday of every month at 9:00 am at the WHAR office
PR Committee meets at 10 am the second Wednesday of each month at the WHAR office.
The Public Relations Committee promotes a positive REALTOR® image and provides relevant information to the public through print, social media and local real estate related events. The Committee meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month @10 am in the WHAR conference room.
Take an immersive virtual tour of a house. See how a smart home works. Learn how cyber thieves are plotting to steal your client’s identity. Examine how virtual teams are changing the modern workplace. We will explore six exciting technology trends that are currently influencing the real estate industry: 1. Big Data.
2. The Internet of Things
3. Virtual/Augmented Reality.
4. Virtual Collaboration.
5. Cyber security and Cyber safety.
6. Mobile Technology.
We will examine each trend: How it works, its effects and where it’s headed. Instructor: Robin Sagadraca, Old Republic Title.
The NAR REALTOR® Code of Ethics reflects the high standards of business practice and professional conduct that the public and fellow practitioners can expect of all REALTORS®. The obligations established in the Code of Ethics in many instances are higher than those mandated by law. Effective since January 1, 2001, all members of the National Association of REALTORS® are required to complete training on the NAR Code of Ethics.
REALTORS® must complete this training each three-year period. The current three year training cycle “Training Cycle 6” is from January 1, 2019 until December 31, 2021. Therefore, the current NAR REALTOR® Code of Ethics training requirements must be taken and completed during this timeframe.
Existing Members of HBR who have not taken HBR’s New Member Orientation course between January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2021 will need to complete the NAR Code of Ethics Training by December 31, 2021.
Join instructor Kelly Shaw while she teaches all sections of the Hawai‘i Association of REALTORS® Exclusive Right-to-Sell Listing Contract and gain a better understanding and proper usage of this form.
48 hours cancellation is required; otherwise a $55 charge will be assessed.
Representation, Practical Ethics, & Fair Housing Representation
48 hours cancellation required for refund
Join instructor Sharon Brown while she explains how to complete the Purchase Contract document to represent your clients effectively, and to anticipate, identify and resolve potential “red flags” to minimize legal risks. By days end you will be able to comprehend each section and its' use.
This course provides 6 CE units
48 hours cancellation is required; otherwise a $110 charge will be assessed.
Join instructor Kelly Shaw to better understand the scope of work involved prior to meeting with Seller; the due diligence in research & verification of property information, and the seller’s psychology in selling.
A well-organized Listing Packet may pre-determine the course of listing to the sale & closing, and can increase the probability of Seller’s selection of an Agent.
Property Management & Landlord/Tenant
Residential Tax Rules, 1031 Exchange, and Foreign Investors
Learn to recognize the tax benefits in the acquisition, ownership, and disposition of real property. Includes discussion on four different real uses of real property, principal residence, rentals, investment, second homes. Gain a general understanding of how tax basis is computed including adjustments for improvements, section 1031, and depreciation.
From Contract to Closing:
This course evaluates the progression of a real estate transaction from contract to closing and outlines the various roles, procedures and timelines affecting Escrow, the Seller, the Buyer, and Lender. It explains the duties of a real estate agent throughout the transaction and how to use HAR’s Standard Forms to facilitate the transaction process.
6 CE credits
Counts towards GRI designation
West Hawaii Association of REALTORS®75-5995 Kuakini Hwy., #221, Kailua Kona, HI 96740Phone (808) 329-4874 Fax (808) 329-5191
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