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- Education Credits for multiple professions: brokers, planners, architects, attorneys & accountants can earn up to FOUR Continuing Education Credits (check status)
All real estate professionals will benefit from this “crash course” (which was particularly designed to help NJ Licensed Brokers & Real Estate Salespersons meet continuing education credit requirements before the April 30 deadline of the current cycle). For just $95, NAIOP NJ members can earn up to 4 continuing education credits: 2 Ethics and 2 Core for brokers.
8:30 AM to 10:30 AM C20160134 Social Media & Technology CORE Course 2 Credits. Randi Kochman of Cole Schotz (instructor) will be joined by: Ilene Jablonski (Mack-Cali Realty Corporation), Maria Semple (The Prospect Finder) and Jonathan Scharff (M Public Affairs). Love it or hate it, Social Media in all its forms is a must for any business, including commercial real estate. From “free” advertising and customer relationship building to news aggregation and reputation management, YouTube (the second largest search engine after Google), Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter can be powerful tools. Our experts will tell you what you need to know about the good (enhanced brand, stronger web presence, more traffic on your website), the bad (risks, ethics, liability) and the ugly (accepting that privacy is a relic of the past, managing negative attention). Plus: new guidance just released by the National Labor Relations Board regarding employee rights. You will also hear how commercial real estate firms are using Social Media to market properties, support their tenants and communities, and promote the industry.
The ETHICS portion of the morning program runs for two hours between 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM as follows:
10:30 AM to 11:30 AM C20160563 Real World Ethics for CRE Brokers ETHICS Course, 1 Credit.
Jay Rhatican of Wolff & Samson (instructor) will be joined by: Jonathan Meisel, JLL; Thomas Romano, Colliers International; and Christopher Marx, Savills-Studley. An interactive discussion on common ethical dilemmas for commercial real estate brokers using real world examples that will include dual agency, disclosures/representations, commissions and working with other agents along with legal standards of conduct, tenant landlord issues, guidance and code of ethics.
11:30 AM to 12:30 PM C20161602 Comprehensive Ethics for CRE Brokers ETHICS Course, 1 Credit.
Jay Rhatican (Wolff & Samson) and Barry Goodman (Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP) are the instructors. A stimulating discussion on more complicated and sometimes less common ethical dilemmas including confidentiality agreements, offering process, career transitions, mergers, buyouts and takeovers, internet, preparing comparative market analyses, broker price opinions, how to avoid practicing law without a license (bulk sales law, zoning/redevelopment, ADA).
Registration, networking & breakfast at 7:45 AM, program starts 8:30 AM at the Renaissance Woodbridge (directions).
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