BCE- Risk Management

10 Sep

BCE- Broker Risk Management - 09/10/2018

BCE- Broker Risk Management - 09/10/2018

Monday, September 10, 2018
4 hours Broker CE Management CE Hours
DAAR-2, Ashburn, Virginia

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Developing a plan to reduce liability is called Risk Management. In this first section we will discuss what positive steps a broker can take to minimize their risk of liability through controlling it by establishing written policies, training and taking steps to stop problems before they arise. We will discuss risk shifting through the issuance of insurance policies and the importance of educating all of the company’s work force in how to handle and reduce risk. The course will review the mandatory disclosures in Virginia and discuss the different types of misrepresentations that arise in our industry. Finally, the class will review the different types of complaint procedures that are available to consumers. Brokers must understand that managing risk is not just for the broker’s benefit but for the consumer’s benefit as well. We must remember that what happens to the broker also affects consumers. - This is a 4 hour course for Broker Continuing Education.

*Registration is required.  No-shows will be charged $20.  Walk-ins will be charged $5

DAAR-2 - Classroom 2
DAAR-2 (Classroom 2)
21720 Red Rum Drive, #177
Ashburn, VA 20110

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Allan Marteney
Allan Marteney is a native of the Washington, D.C. area and has held a real estate license since 1978. He is now celebrating 40 years as a full time professional in his field.

He obtained his broker’s license in 1986 and has vast sales and management experience plus exceptional knowledge of the local real estate industry.

Allan has over 3 decades of teaching experience instructing in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. and has developed numerous courses for various state approvals and has served many times as a course reviewer for a major publishing company.

He has taught pre and post license real estate courses as well as new and advanced agent training to thousands of students in the Washington metropolitan area and helped several local real estate firms develop their training programs.

His professional teaching manner is both informative and entertaining. Outside of the classroom, Allan has over 20 years of real estate management experience and owned and operated a multi office DC area Real Estate firm and has received numerous industry awards and recognition.He currently holds the professional designation GRI.

DAAR members receiveFREE CE, any registered member that does not attend and does not notify DAARwithin 48 hours of the class, will receive a no-show fee of $20 to theiraccount.  Walk ins will be charged a $5 fee.  Full DAAR SchoolPolicies