Upcoming events

    • 06/07/2019
    • 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Abbington Distinctive Banquets, 3S002 IL-53, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
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    We look forward to seeing you at our annual event, which provides an opportunity for you to learn valuable information from industry professionals. 

    This full-day program has been approved by the IDFPR for AIREE to provide six hours of instructor development credit that may be used by:

    • Pre-License Education Instructors who are required to complete a course for their license renewal
    • Continuing Education Instructors who are required to complete a course for their license renewal
    • Candidates for approval as Continuing Education Instructors.

    PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
    June 7, 2019  |  8:45 am to 4:00 pm
    Abbington Distinctive Banquets, Glen Ellyn, Illinois (map)

    Teaching Across Generations
    Dr. Vickie S. Cook is the Executive Director of the Center for Online Learning, Research and Service (COLRS) and Associate Research Professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois Springfield. She holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration and an M.S. in Adult Education.   

    Dr. Cook's presentation has been designed to help you effectively bridge communication and facilitate learning in a multi-generational training environment.  She will discuss characteristics of each generation, the potential impact of these traits on the teacher/learner relationship, and ways to enhance the learning experience and engage the younger generations when creating and offering online courses.   She looks forward to this fun and informative presentation.


    IDFPR Division of Real Estate
    Mario Treto, Jr., recently named Director of the DRE, along with members of his staff, will join us to share timely legislative updates and the information about the implementation of Administrative Rules that have a significant impact on state licensed schools, courses, and instructors.  This valuable session will include a Q&A opportunity. 


    Focus on Fair Housing

    Lon D. Meltesen, Esq. is the Fair Housing Division Manager at Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) His presentation will include an overview of Fair Housing laws, including Federal, State and Local, that apply to not only Sellers and Buyers but also Landlords and Tenants.  Lon will also provide updates on recent fair housing decisions and any significant changes in the fair housing laws, as well as provide insight on any trends in discrimination his Department is seeing.

    Attendees will learn about the process of filing a complaint, who can file a complaint, what happens when a complaint is filed, where to file the complaint, the grounds for filing a complaint, the potential consequences, and best practices for avoiding complaints against you.  

    Lon will also touch on Accessible Housing and how the lack of Accessible Housing can affect consumers and the housing market in general.
     

    Business E-Mail Compromise & Fraud in Real Estate Transactions
    Lin DeRue, from the Fidelity National Title Group, will help attendees to understand the types of fraud most often attempted in real estate transactions.  This in-depth presentation will include:
    • A summary of fraud applications in real estate transactions
    • FBI reported findings and losses
    • How to recognize attempted fraud before it's too late
    • How real estate professionals and their clients can stay safe
    • What to do if someone in the transaction becomes a victim

     Don't Delay, Register Today! 


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    This event offers sponsors excellent exposure and opportunities to interact with attendees.
    Click here to learn more about sponsorship opportunities or contact Molly Ferstel at 847-423-5019.

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