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Real Estate Education Center Improves Work Ethics with Availability of New CE Course


RealEstate Education CenterImproves Work Ethics with Availability of New CE Course

 NEW YORK, NY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012 —Real Estate Education Center is excited to reveal their brand new continuing education course—Doing the Right Thing. This course enables real estate agents and brokers to identify unethical scenarios in the industry, and then apply their newly found skills to steer clear or navigate through them.

Creating new methods of interactivity while raising awareness of the ethical system is the core focus of Doing the Right Thing. Students will read from Deborah H. Long’s “Doing the Right Thing”, and will be given “How Would You Respond” questions and Case Study exercises. In addition to colleague interaction, an objective, professional perspective will be provided, setting forth valid techniques to avoiding immoral scenarios altogether.

"We aimed to recreate real-life scenarios that agents will actually encounter in the field," said CEO of Real Estate Education Center, Alexander M. Frame. "We wanted to thoroughly prepare them for whatever challenges that will be thrown their way.”

The main objective of this course is to guide students to boost their sales, build client trust for future transactions, and maintain a long and prosperous career. They will obtain the skills and knowledge required to master the art of decision-making in the real estate business.

The course will be held on November 14, 2012, and students will receive 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education credit upon completion.

About Real Estate Education Center (REEDC)

For 27 years, Real Estate Education Center has been a leader in providing New York real estate licensing classes and continuing education to NY real estate agents, brokers, and individuals seeking real estate careers. REEDC offers innovative training techniques to keep students ahead of their competition without straining their time and budget. Approved by the Department of State, their courses are designed to help students develop their genuine passion for sales and desire to thrive in a high-demand industry.

For more information on Doing the Right Thing, please contact:

Keith Lefkof

212.465.1008 x414

11/06/2012 - 14:44


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