December On-Live Classes

On-Live classes are hosted by Bob Brooks School of Real Estate. The link to the class and instructions on how to access the class will be emailed to you the day before the event. If you are having difficulties accessing the class contact their helpline at 225-292-7277. If you do not see the email, check your junk folder.
The registration deadline for On-Live Classes is two business days in advance. If you register after the deadline call 225-761-2000 for the link.

Dec. 7 | 2020 Mandatory Course | 4 hr. Course | 9a-1p

This course will fulfill the requirement for the 2020 Agent Mandatory Course Topic “Fair Housing and Cultural Diversity” as mandated by the LREC.



Dec. 7 | Real Estate Agent Safety | 2 hr. Course | 1:30p-3:30p

We will review safety procedures for buyers’ agents when showing a property and discuss proper conduct should an emergency occur. Upon completion of this course, the agent will understand situational awareness and how to practice it as a part of their everyday business. We will also experiment with different safety gadgets and apps available that can help to create a safer environment for the agents and their clients.



Dec. 8 | Real Estate Negotiations | 3 hr. Course | 1p-4p

In this course, we will review the purpose of a negotiation by reviewing what is required from the client and the agent. We will discuss personal negotiating styles and how to recognize the style of a counterpart and what motivates them. Finally, we will uncover an array of tools, tips, and techniques to help master the art of a negotiation for the real estate transaction.



Dec. 9 | Property Management | 4 hr. Course | 9a-1p

This course will review the roles of both a residential and a commercial property manager and the differences between them. We will review the best practices in tenant relations to improve the agent’s leasing success. Finally, this course will expand on the importance of the property manager’s responsibility to account for funds received and disbursed in the transaction.



Dec. 9 | Virtual Real Estate | 2 hr. Course | 1:30p-3:30p

Discover new ways to virtually communicate with clients and agents during a digital transaction. This course will identify the challenges associated with listing a property virtually and how to solve them. Upon completion of this course, the student will understand the process of taking a buyer through a virtual showing and how to solve the virtual problems that may arise. Finally, the student will know how to explain and prepare their clients for a virtual closing.



Dec. 22 | Agent and Agency Diaster Planning | 2 hr. Course | 1:30p-3:30p

Are you prepared for the next disaster? We show you how vulnerable you are to attacks and data breaches. You will discover solutions you can put in place today to protect yourself from in inevitable hack or data breach.



Dec. 28 | What Do Mortgage Lenders Do? | 4 hr. Course | 1:30p-3:30p

Upon completion of this course, the student will understand the role of the mortgage lender, how to analyze a credit score, and be able to distinguish the difference between Conventional, FHA, VA and Rural Development financing. In addition, the class will cover topics including the top questions agents ask lenders in regard to underwriters, timing, predatory lending, etc.


Dec. 29 | Buyer Bonanza | 2 hr. Course | 1a-3p

This course will give an overview of buyer statistics to help the agent better understand the market. We will cover the Buying Process and ways the agent can improve the experience for both the buyer and themselves. Upon completion of this course, the agent will be able to determine what buyers want and how to get them into the home of their dreams.



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