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Train the Trainer

Legacy Emanuel Hospital 501 N Graham Street, Portland

Train the Trainer presented by the African American Alliance for Homeownership

GRI: Risk Management

EMAR 501 NE Hood Ave, Suite 210, Gresham

Taking and managing risk is the very essence of business survival and growth. The focus of this class is to help you develop, implement, recognize, and monitor plans to address issues long before problems arise that may adversely affect you, your clients, and your real estate career.

POSTPONED – GRI: Business Communications

RMLS 16101 SW 72nd Ave Suite 200, Portland

In this course you will exercise your writing, speaking, and overall delivery skills as well as study assertiveness and the art of persuasion. This course will enhance your abilities as a communicator and sharpen your skills. After learning communication skills and tools, you will learn how to practically apply them to your business communication.

Commercial Impact Summit (COAR)

Oregon State University Cascades 1500 SW Chandler Avenue, Bend

Join the Central Oregon Association of Realtors® on March 19th for a full day of timely topics in commercial real estate, including: disruption, adaptive reuse, splitting profits, legislative issues impacting the industry, developing a build-to-suit pro forma and more. Hear from national speakers – CCIM and SIOR instructors, as well as NAR and OAR staff and […]


How to Thrive in Real Estate in Turbulent Times

You must get ahead of a problem or a problem will overtake you. Stay clear and focused during these uncertain times by using these proven templates, tools and activities to help you generate two listings or sales in the next 30 days. Join real estate coach Darryl Davis for this free online seminar!

Zero Energy Homes: Updates and Cost Effective Approaches

A rapidly increasing number of architects and builders in Oregon are ahead of the curve and building homes to Zero Energy (ZE) and Zero Energy Ready (ZER) standards, and have been doing so for many years. Oregon also recently announced a proposed zero energy ready standard for the 2020 code. The question is, how can this be achieved cost effectively?

Join us for this free 1-hour webinar and gain valuable info on the latest developments and construction approaches to ZE & ZER construction.