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Regret Letting Your Real Estate License Expire? We Have Your Back!

Life Happens! You Let Your Real Estate License Expire:

If you have let your Real Estate license expire, you are not alone! The Manfred School has been a source of education and guidance for many people who have allowed their license to expire over the years.

There are so many different reasons why licenses expire. There are even more reasons to get back in the game, especially now! We understand, life happens! That is why we are dedicated to equipping you with the correct information and the right education to make your comeback!

Why Is This a Great Time to Renew Your License?

Despite the corona-virus crisis and headlines in the news the real estate market continues to be cyclical roller coaster, what part of the movie do you want come in at? There will always be people looking to buy and sell homes. One way to ensure a steady income and flourishing career is to become an expert in an industry that will never fade away. Real Estate is not just a fad. It is here to stay and in some...

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Staying Compliant: Continuing Education for Brokers and Salespeople & Upcoming Changes

By Sydney Roy, Marketing Advisor @Manfredschool

Continuing Education is Required to Renew Your License

Every two years, real estate salespeople and brokers are required to complete 22.5 hours of approved continuing education including at least 3 hours covering the topics of fair housing and/or discrimination and one hour of Law of Agency (two hours if it is the licensee’s first licensing cycle).  Beginning July 1, 2021 the Department of State will require that your 22.5 hours of continuing education will also include 2.5 hours of ethical business practices and at least 1 hour of recent legal matters governing the practice of real estate brokers and salespersons in New York.  

Also notable is that the Department of State will no longer recognize the 15-year real estate broker continuing education exemption.  Beginning July 1st, 2021 all brokers who are currently exempt will be required to complete continuing education.  The new requirements are...

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Are You a Manfred Member? Why Not?

How do you know what you know? What is the litmus test? It’s the ability to take what you learn and teach it to someone else, who then teaches it to another person. As real estate professionals we need to keep in mind is that we are in fact teachers for the consumer/client, your knowledge base is a key to your success.

Here a Manfred we learn success from success, our courses, online and classroom are specifically designed by real estate professionals who are considered experts in the topics they teach and are activity listing and selling in today’s market. They recognize the balance of technical skills along with compassion, critical thinking and effective communication skills.

Our Manfred Mission is to provide our students the tools and support they need to excel in their career goals. We provide them with real value and go above and beyond all the others. We are the only real estate school that doesn’t benefit from your failure, our primary goal for our students...

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What Does it Take to Become a Real Estate Broker?

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Some agents in the Real Estate industry take continuing education to meet a state minimum requirement and then there are those who better equip themselves for change, have recognized in their own businesses that because of the lack of educational advancements in the real estate industry, there is significant room for career advancements so choose to go above and beyond to advance their own careers by attending every classroom opportunity. Opportunities to grow are all around you, all it takes is your willingness to take the first step! Ready 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, GO! Thanks to The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

Many students inquire on a regular basis on what it takes to become a real estate Broker in New York State. Chances are if you are interested in becoming a Real Estate Broker, you already have previous real estate education. Having completed such education is a prerequisite in this process to upgrade your license. Manfred would like to take the time now to give you...

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