INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Commercial Board of REALTORS® (ICBR) is offering six hours of continuing education toward Indiana real estate license renewal by expanding upon its current education offerings.
ICBR’s Discovering Commercial Real Estate (DCRE) course, first offered in late 2014, is returning to Indianapolis Thursday, October 29, at the Renaissance Indianapolis North. This course offers four hours of continuing education and offers a broad overview of the basics of commercial real estate and how it differs from residential. Attendees will gain an understanding of the commercial broker’s role and discover the different types of commercial properties, terms, valuation methods, marketing and resources for further education. The class begins at 8 a.m. and includes breakfast.
For those outside the Indianapolis area, DCRE will travel to South Bend, Indiana, Tuesday, November 3. Greater South Bend-Mishawaka Association of REALTORS® will host the class at their facility. The course begins at 10 a.m. local time and includes lunch.
Early bird registration is available for as little as $60. Additional registration information can be found at www.myICBR.org/discovering-cre.
Adding an additional opportunity for two hours of continuing education is ICBR’s new on-demand education course, Due Diligence Done Right. This course was presented at the Indiana Commercial Real Estate Conference in June, and provides a brief topic overview before progressing through the due diligence process of a sample property.
The recorded session can be taken at the attendee’s leisure and is accessible through the association website, www.myICBR.org. Those interested in registering for access to the class should email admin@myICBR.org.
As the only statewide commercial REALTOR® board in Indiana, ICBR is dedicated to furthering the industry and providing its professionals with the tools they need to succeed. These new opportunities are just the first steps in more to come, and lead in nicely to the 2016 Indiana Commercial Real Estate Conference, May 5-6, at the Ritz Charles in Carmel, Indiana, where attendees can earn all 12 required continuing education hours for this license year.
ICBR is a commercial overlay board for commercial real estate professionals. Its members are dedicated to serving the needs of commercial clients in aspects of brokerage, leasing, appraising, property management, and development. ICBR has a statewide membership base of more than 600 professionals. For more information, visit the ICBR website at www.myICBR.org.