This is our flagship course. It's designed to teach the basics & beyond of the commercial leasing process and is also Part 1 of our 'Boot Camp.' The course is taught from both the Tenant's & Landlord's point-of-view. Topics include: components of "rent," understanding triple nets, types of insurance, renewal negotiating tactics, common documents required by lenders, the construction process and much more! Business owners, landlords and real estate professionals are welcome to attend.
TREC Course #35265
Virtually demanded by our students who took "Commercial Leasing 101," our contracts course was designed as a logical follow-up class and comprises Part 2 of our 'Boot Camp.' Students learn about the varying types of leasing contracts used in lease negotiations. The course reviews both TAR forms as well as forms used by commercial leasing industry giants. Some of the forms discussed include letters of intent, construction riders, work letters and commission agreements.
TREC Course #35266
The full name of this CE course is actually Commercial Property Management 101 - Apartments Not Included. If you think managing apartments qualifies as managing commercial property, then you need this course! Worth 4 hours of CE credit, the class covers everything from what happens inside the building, outside the building and at the manager's desk in areas including CAM billing, landscaping, roofing, tenant evictions, and more. Coming back in 2019!
TREC Course #36269
You asked for it and it's coming your way! Brand new in 2019, we're bringing you a 3-hour CE course all about how to write letters of intent for both commercial leases and commercial sales transactions. This hands-on class will do two things: thoroughly walk students through the TAR LOI Form as well as review LOI's offered by non-TAR entities. This class is most commonly offered with How Not to Accidentally Practice Law in another Boot Camp-style course.
TREC Course #36268
The full title of this course is "How NOT to Accidentally Practice Law Using TAR Commercial Forms," but the rules apply to all residential forms, too! Licensed agents and brokers are exceedingly cautious to not accidentally “practice law” when utilizing commercial forms. Yet, contracts still need to be altered sometimes. This course is designed to show licensees how to properly alter TAR contracts and not break the law while doing it! And it's good for 2 hours of CE credit!
TREC Course #36267
The Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) symbol is the mark of a real estate professional who has made the commitment to provide a high level of professional services by securing a strong educational foundation. While this 12-day Texas Association of REALTORS designation is not offered through our school, it IS taught by our school's owner. If your brokerage or organization meets certain criteria, this course can be brought to you anywhere in Texas. Call us today to find out how!
This class gets to the "root" of Texas laws in comparison to federal laws regarding the farming, production and sale of hemp products. This course will illustrate how to work with commercial tenants selling CBD oil-based products, differentiating between hemp and marijuana for farming, and how to write proper contracts when dealing with these unique new clients. These laws are too new to leave your business dealings to chance. Join us and learn the new laws!
TREC Course #36967
With nearly 20 years of commercial real estate experience in leasing & property management, Instructor Michica 'Mish' Guillory - Broker, GRI, ITI, TRLP - brings an unmatched level of transactional skills to the classroom. Her history of working almost exclusively with Landlords makes her uniquely qualified to deliver these courses. BUT BE WARNED: As an experienced and highly praised instructor, she's earned her reputation in the real estate education industry. Mish is known for bringing lots of FUN to the classroom with her sense of humor. Moreover, she's known for being a straight shooter -- the training wheels and the gloves are OFF in her classroom! Are you ready?
(Don't worry: She doesn't bite!)