Classes Ranked By Experience Level

What classes are best for your experience level? 


Customize your learning by catching the courses that are right for you. Please note that courses are scheduled based on many variables and they’re not all offered all the time. Also, there are courses not listed that may be offered on a surprise basis, so check the course schedule often.

You are welcome to attend anything of interest, but cover Level #1 first! 

  

Level #1

 

When you’re newer (under 18 months or have less than 6 closed transactions) finish these and move right into the next group to expand your knowledge. If you are returning to real estate after a few years absence, start right here. A lot has changed since you were active before. You register for CE courses like these under "CE Class Registration" on this website.

  • New Member Orientation (For all new KCRAR members. This is not the MLS Orientation.

  • "Core" Class (While you may be not renewing your license for a while and don't need this quite yet, it's a cery comprehensive course, covering a multitude of issues and problems faced on a daily basis.)

  • KCRAR Forms

  • New Home Construction

  • Selling HUD Foreclosures

  • This New House

  • Stellar Seller Services

  • Negotiations

  • That Doggone Mold

  • Renovation Financing

  • New Agent Toolkit: A training guide to help newcomers get on track and making sales quickly. 

Level #2

 

For when you’ve covered the basics and are ready for more detail:

 

  • KCRAR Forms – these change every year.
     
  • Mastering REO Sales
     
  • Radon and Real Estate
     
  • Auctions

  • RPR - Advanced REALTOR Property Resource

  • Historic Properties
     
  • Understanding Appraisers
     
  • Selling HUD Foreclosures
     
  • Advanced Short Sales 

Certifications/Designations for everyone:

 

  • EHO, Expanding Housing Opportunity -   for the Workforce Housing Specialist (WHS) certification.
     
  • EAH, Employer Assisted Housing  

Workshops (Non-CE)

 

Although a topic may be very important for you, it’s not always one that involves 3 hours of content and therefore doesn’t qualify as a license-renewal continuing education course. These are for “Get Smart” credit and everyone should catch them all. The one you miss is likely to be the one you need. You register for these under "Events" on this website. These are one-time only offerings.

 

Questions?

Contact Jan Pringle, KCRAR Education Director or Sherry Young, KCRAR School Registrar at 913-661-1600.