Adapting to the Changing Real Estate Landscape – AM Session

***This class is information only and is not for CE credit.***

Please do not register for both sessions – choose the one that’s right for you!

It’s time to change the way we operate in the real estate industry. As the industry undergoes a profound shift, agents must not only adapt but also thrive through these changes. At the core of this transformation lies the imperative need for transparency and clarity in compensation discussions, an aspect that has long been overlooked.

In this session, agents will be equipped with the tools and insights to navigate compensation conversations ethically and compliantly. By participating, you’ll not only gain practical strategies but also the inspiration to implement them immediately in your practice.

Learn how to initiate transparent discussions about compensation, whether you’re representing a buyer or seller. Discover how to integrate buyer representation agreements into your business model effectively. Above all, grasp the importance of adhering to our code of ethics and maintaining compliance as you navigate these crucial discussions while upholding your client’s best interests.

Key Takeaways
● Learn how to explain compensation properly, what you charge, and how you are paid whether you are speaking to a seller or buyer.
● Master the art of communicating compensation details in an ethical and compliant way while fostering transparent and trustworthy client relationships.
● Discover how to use and integrate buyer representation agreements effectively into your business operations, providing clear explanations of their purpose and benefits.
● Learn how to navigate the complex compliance landscape of the real estate industry with confidence.

Speaker: Barb Betts

Location: Will Rogers Theatre (4322 N. Western Ave, OKC, OK 73118)

Date

Sep 13 2024

Time

9:00 am - 11:30 am

Location

Will Rogers Theatre
4322 N. Western Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Organizer

Derek Binsfield
Phone
4058401493
Email
education@okcmar.org