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3 Fair Housing Education Resources REALTORS® Can Use This Month

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Though REALTORS® are responsible for upholding Fair Housing law all year, Fair Housing Month can serve as a reminder for real estate professionals to remain vigilant against bias and discrimination. Resources are available through the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and other organizations to help real estate professionals educate and test themselves on their understanding […]

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Code of Ethics Required Training Deadline Approaching

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For more than 100 years, the REALTOR® Code of Ethics has set the standard for the consistent business practices of REALTORS®.  The promise of upholding this Code is what differentiates REALTORS ® from non-member licensees. It also ensures that not only will consumers be well-served, but that a spirit of cooperation and mutual respect is […]

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KCRAR Education Department Prepares for Post-COVID Education

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As the real estate industry and the world learned to adapt to safety practices and social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the KCRAR education department was no different. In 2020, the education department, led by Director of Education Alison Trevor, made quick and necessary changes to how they ordinarily offered education to Kansas […]

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At Home With Diversity Virtual Course to Bring Multicultural Education to KCRAR

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KCRAR is once again bringing back the At Home with Diversity Certification course at a discounted rate for its members, but this year, the course will be held virtually via Zoom on April 13, providing an additional level of convenience and the opportunity to accommodate a higher number of students. At Home with Diversity is […]

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CIPS Designation Courses Available to KCRAR Members in April

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KCRAR is partnering with Pinellas & Central Pasco REALTOR® Organizations to offer its members the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation courses at a discounted rate. The five courses will be taught virtually between April 8 and April 14, and KCRAR is covering $100 of the cost for each of its members, bringing the registration […]

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‘The Commercial Experience’ Course to Bring Specialized Commercial Training to KCRAR

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“The Commercial Experience” is returning to KCRAR, and this year, the two-day course will be offered virtually on March 29 and 30. This class is targeted to new commercial agents or residential agents looking to expand their practice into the commercial market. “I have taken many commercial classes but this was one of the best classes […]

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New Agent Toolkit Now Available Online

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The KCRAR education department and Professional Development Committee have developed an online resource for agents who are new to the business. This new agent toolkit is divided into six modules designed for newcomers learning the basics of working in real estate. Modules include: Getting Started Working with Buyers Working with Sellers Scripts Contracts Professionalism Users […]

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KCRAR Partners with KAR for New Online CE Platform

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KCRAR introduced this week a new platform on which it will be offering online CE classes at no cost to its members. These new class offerings are available on Keynote, which is managed by the Kansas Association of REALTORS® (KAR) and offers classes for both Missouri and Kansas CE credit. These classes are normally priced […]

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KCRAR to Host Virtual Supra Latte & Learn

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KCRAR will be hosting another Latte & Learn session on Dec. 11 at 9 a.m. to share some tips and tricks on the Supra Lockbox and Key system. During the online session, Supra Account Manager Kory Soo Epperson will discuss features that are available now and coming in the future. Topics covered will include: eKEY […]

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KCRAR to Host Informational Session Covering CDC Eviction Moratorium

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On Sept. 4, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ordered a nationwide eviction moratorium through Dec. 31, 2020. This unprecedented use of CDC authority was equaled by the unparalleled fines and penalties in place for violating the moratorium, including criminal penalties to individuals of up to $100,000 to $500,000 per event and one […]

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