MAINE CEU COURSES | ONLINE & IN-PERSON
The courses below are approved for Continuing Education credit by the Director of the Maine Real Estate Commission.
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Buyer Relationship Core Course - 3 CEUs
This course explores each type of relationship an agent can have with a buyer, identifying: when the relationship begins, responsibilities to the buyer, and how your responsibilities differ based on the relationship.
Intro to Commercial Real Estate - 3 CEUs
Commercial Real Estate can be challenging but rewarding. In this course, the student will learn several fundamentals around the practice of Commercial Real Estate Sales and Leasing. This will provide an overview that will enable the student to determine if Commercial Real Estate is a path they wish to pursue in their career.
Residential Homebuyer Loans: Understanding Financing Options for Your Clients - 3 CEUs
Financing Programs can be complex and sometimes even confusing…we understand! In this course, we’ll review the different types of loan programs, interest rate vs. APR, credit scores, and much more!
What Agents Need to Know About Green / High Performance / Solar Homes - 3 CEUs
Gain the most valuable knowledge for your clients and the environment with tools to take into the field. Learn how to recognize Green Construction Features, the value these features provide the home and your clients, the cost benefits of these upgrades, and much more.
Helping Clients Through the Mortgage Process - 3 CEUs
Designed to give realtors a deeper understanding about mortgages and the mortgage process. While there is no expectation that realtors will be able to answer all, or even most, mortgage-related questions, a firm grasp of financing concepts and considerations will help solidify the realtor-client relationship and ultimately lead to a better buyer experience.
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