In class I teach the information one needs to pass their exams and for a firm foundation as they enter into a new career. I seldom have the opportunity to pass on info that will assist the new real estate professional in actually selling real estate and this may not help anybody.
The last eight students from Winn School of Real Estate passed both their state and national portions of the state exam the first time. This is good news for the school but even better news for present and future students. We know that what is being taught is also what is on the state exams. I am very proud of all my students!
Everything I've read over the weekend indicated that interest rates are edging up. This is a case of "the glass is half empty or half full". It is true that higher interest rates may keep some buyers from buying... or maybe they will just buy less house. On the other hand, just the indication that rates are on the rise, will create urgency, and the buyers that are on the fence about buying will do so to get the lowest rate possible. No matter what happens with rates, people have to live somewhere and whether your glass is half empty or half full, real estate is dynamic industry. So hold to your glass... and get ready for a wonderful ride in your new career!
Today Bill O'Leary presented Leases, Landlords, Tenants and the Law. We had thirty-three (33) students! About a third of the students were from the public trying to get a grasp on the laws that surround this real estate specialty. Maybe they will hook-up with a property manager during the class. For more special continuing education classes visit our website frequently. www.WinnSchoolofRealEstate.com
Many of my students that just graduated at the end of May have already passed their Arizona State Exams and are on there way to starting their new careers as licensed real estate agents. I am very proud of all my students and wish them the very best.
The March class graduated this past week. I am still helping a few of the students to pass my final. The new class starts on Wednesday and it is my biggest class to date. We will be starting with 15 new students and 4 students from the past class. (They started mid-term). It is very exciting to see the school grow and become successful. Thank you to all my past students and good luck to all in your new careers.
My smart phone died this weekend and business would have come to an unpleasant halt if my husband had not saved my old smart phone. After a visit to Verizon my old phone was restored and a so called new phone was on the way to me. I received said phone yesterday only to discover that it was not a new phone it was a recycled one. The phone that died was only three months old. You'd think a large company like Verizon could afford to send a new phone out. But, not so. Needless to say, I am not happy with Verizon and let them know exactly how I felt. Of course, my ranting did no good. I am stuck with a used phone... it works fine... but that is not the point. Oh, well business goes on and all is well.
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Teaching is having a conversation with a group of people. You are sharing all that you know about the subject and they are reacting and responding. It is like a dance where the teacher leads and the students follow. When the dance is over the students leave implementing their newly found knowledge into their personal and professional lives. Good luck to all my students who have passed their exams and are now engrossed in their real estate careers!
Monday, May 13th is the start date for the daytime agent pre licensing course. This classes sessions will also serve as make up sessions for the night time students. The daytime students can double up with the nighttime sessions and finish the 90 hours even faster. I am so glad I am full time with my school.