How to Navigate Compensation Conversations - In Person - LONG BEACH

Date:
Friday, July 12, 2024

Time:
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location:

Cost:


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Failure to show up for this class or cancel 72 hours prior will incur a $50 CANCELLATION FEE.

Please arrive to class ON TIME as a courtesy to the instructor and your fellow students. You are allowed a 15 minute grace period, after which the classroom doors will be closed to avoid class interruption.
Description:
Cost: FREE for Members / $100 Non-members
Instructor: Barbara Betts

Adapting to the Changing Real Estate Landscape: How to navigate compensation conversations with compliance and integrity

Join Barb in this truly transformative keynote experience, where you'll not only gain practical strategies but also the inspiration to implement them immediately. These strategies will empower you to initiate transparent conversations about compensation, whether you're representing a buyer or seller.

Key Takeaways:
• Learn how to properly explain compensation 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.
• Gain insight into the profound impact of "commission decoupling" on our real estate practices.
• Understand the benefit and importance of buyer representation agreements and how to implement them effectively in your business.
• Learn how to navigate the complex compliance landscape of the real estate industry with confidence.

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