Course

AUG. 16 • 1 PM - 4 PM

Conflict Resolution, Rights and Remedies - CORE B

3 C.E. Hours

**This course does not fulfill the NAR Biennial Ethics Requirement**

When conflicts arise, resolution efforts begin with an understanding of the rights and responsibilities licensees have as outlined in the Code of Ethics, Illinois License Law and the local MLS rules and regulations.  The REALTOR® options for informal and formal dispute resolution systems will be discussed: complaint filing with IDFPR, Ethics and Arbitration hearings, Mediation, Ombudsman, and the Citation Program.

 

Sponsored by: Illinois REALTORS® #2018-083

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Continuing Education Type

Core

Course Code

COR1638

Date & Time
Thursday, August 16, 2018
01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
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Location
Downers Grove Office Classroom A
6655 Main St
Downers Grove Illinois 60516
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Format

In-Person

Price

$30 Member

$50 Non-Member

Instructor

Chris Read
CRB, CRS, GRI, ABRM, AHWD, CIPS, CNC, SFR, BPOR, SRS, SRES, CRETS

Chris Read of CR Strategies has been training and coaching Real Estate for over 30 years.  She is the Managing Broker for CR REALTOR® and is a licensed CE and Pre-Licensing Instructor.  She has authored numerous courses and education resources and was a contributing editor for the Dearborn * Edition of "Modern Real Estate Practice in Illinois." In her path of keeping abreast...

Chris Read of CR Strategies has been training and coaching Real Estate for over 30 years.  She is the Managing Broker for CR REALTOR® and is a licensed CE and Pre-Licensing Instructor.  She has authored numerous courses and education resources and was a contributing editor for the Dearborn * Edition of "Modern Real Estate Practice in Illinois." In her path of keeping abreast with trends and issues she has achieved the designations of CRB, CRS, GRI, ABRM, AHWD, CIPS, CNC, SFR, BPOR, SRS, SRES and C-RETS.  

Chris brings to the classroom experiences from many leadership roles with the local, state, and National REALTOR® associations which include: Mainstreet Organization of REALTORS®, Chair of Illinois REALTORS® Professional Standards, Buisness Issues, Illinois License Law Rewrite, the Education Task Force, Broker/Lawyer and Multi-Board Contract work group.  She has served on the MLS Board and currently is a NAR Director, an appointed member of the Illinois Real Estate Administrative Discipliary Board, a Mediator, an Ombudsman, and the 2016 Illinois REALTOR® of the Year.

Chis is passionate about the need for agents to keep abreast with the ever-changing skills and knowledge required to be the "Trusted Advisor" today's consumers want and expect.  Proactively positioning clients for "Success on Purpose" is a predominant theme in her courses and presentations.