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‘The Commercial Experience’ to Return to KCRAR in 2023

February 9, 2023 in Education

KCRAR is bringing back a popular two-day CE class for new commercial agents or residential agents looking to expand their practice into the commercial market. The Commercial Experience will be held in the KCRAR Leawood Office and virtually on April 24-25, providing attendees with a solid foundation of technical knowledge, skills and strategies for practicing commercial real estate.

“I have taken many commercial classes but this was one of the best classes I have taken,” said Steve Kornspan, a previous student of the Commercial Experience course. “Everyone that has ever worked with a real estate investor will gain value from the information. I have presented the material to many real estate investors and they are impressed that I am able to provide a complete financial picture of a property.”

Offering nine hours of elective CE credit in Kansas and Missouri, the class will introduce attendees to different commercial property types, how they’re evaluated, marketed, financed, taxed, sold or traded – incorporating simplified analysis methods. It will also go over details of real estate tax laws that are often overlooked by investors, lenders and residential real estate agents.

The course will be taught by Marty Rueter, the Executive Vice President of Coldwell Banker Commercial Metro Brokers, one of Atlanta’s largest commercial real estate firms with over 100 independent contractors.

Register for the in-person or virtual session in the KCRAR Member Portal by Feb. 28 for the early bird discount.

Pamela Chambliss-Williams • January 31, 2024 at 1:49 am

Will they be offering the class in 2024?

Please advise!


    Amber Vandegrift • February 1, 2024 at 11:33 am

    Hi Pamela! Yes, The Commercial Experience will be returning in 2024. Those dates will be announced soon.

    — Amber @ KCRAR


Angela Hart • April 11, 2023 at 8:48 pm

I would like to sign my team of 4 up.


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