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Help Your Professionals Become Luxury Experts
The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing is the premier independent authority in training and accreditation for real estate agents working the luxury residential market.
Our luxury sales and home marketing training is hosted by local real estate associations and brokerage companies. Hosting our two-day training course allows you to:
- Ensure that your agents have the best training and are equipped to capture a larger share of their luxury market
- Minimize agent travel time and expenses by hosting locally
- Structure the course to offset meeting costs or to generate revenue
For more information on scheduling and hosting a two-day Live Training, please email Kevin Rochlitz, Education and Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-485-3000 Ext 109
Continuing Education and CRS credit
The National Association of Realtor's Council of Residential Specialists (CRS) has approved The Institute's two-day live training for 16 units of elective credit (eight credits per day) toward the CRS designation. For more information about the CRS designation, visit crs.com.
The following states have approved The Institute's live training for Continuing Education (CE) credit.
- California – 12 hours of general CE credit (California licensees only) sponsored by McKissock - CalBRE Sponsor No. 3834
- Colorado – 8 hours of general CE credit (Colorado licensees only)
- Florida – 11 hours of FREC credit (Florida licensees only) sponsored by Miami Association of REALTORS
- Georgia – 12 hours of general CE credit (Georgia licensees only) sponsored by The Georgia Institute of Real Estate
- Minnesota – 10 hours of general CE credit (Minnesota and North Dakota Licensees)
- Nevada – 10 hours of general CE credit (Nevada licensees only)
- North Carolina – 4 hours of general CE credit (North Carolina licensees only)
- Texas – 15 hours of TREC credit (Texas licensees only)
Approval for additional states may be pending. Please note that some states require agents to complete any training in their state to qualify for CE credit. State licensing agencies may update their terms and CE requirements without notifying The Institute. The information provided here should be used as a guide for making your professional development decisions. We encourage you to contact your state licensing entity for the most up-to-date information before selecting a training option.