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CARNM Education Opportunities

Commercial Association of REALTORS® New Mexico (CARNM) offers high-quality educational seminars in order to accomplish the mission of enhancing professionalism, competency, and integrity of commercial REALTORS®.

CARNM Courses

2017 Continuing Education Opportunities

Commercial Leases

April 27, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
CNM Main Campus SRC 0204 | 525 Buena Vista SE
Register Online | Print Flyer | 4 CE Credits Pending
This course will aid the commercial real estate professional to appropriately understanding and conveying the facts related to leasing commercial real estate.

NMREC Core Course

June 15, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | 4 CE Credits Approved
CNM Workforce Training Center | 5600 Eagle Rock NE, Room 101
Register Online | Print Flyer
The NMREC Core Course has replaced the NMREC Mandatory Course. This course needs to be completed annually to maintain your license. Here’s what you will learn: • E&O claims review and how to reduce them • Interactive case study of broker duties • Latest legal updates on federal, state & local level • NMREC Rule changes • QB/AB relationship via the independent contract agreement

APOD (Investment Analysis) and LOI (Commercial Letter of Intent)

June 30, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | 4 CE Credits Approved
San Juan College | 4601 College Blvd, Room 9008, Farmington, NM 87402
Register Online | Print Flyer
APOD (Investment Analysis): Learn the tools and jargon used in doing a preliminary analysis (underwriting) of an investment property and learn the “numbers” that determine the value of a property.
LOI (Letter of Intent): Review the function and anatomy of the Letter of Intent and the process of arriving at a “meeting of the minds” with respect to leasing or purchasing real property.

September | Date TBD | Core Course

October 19 | Intersections: Connecting Inspiration, Ingenuity & Commercial  Real Estate | 6 CE Credits Pending | Four National Speakers:  Mike Lipsey, Spencer Levy, Marilee Utter, and AmyK

November | Date TBD | Core Course

CARNM Courses

 

 

Continuing education opportunities will be announced throughout the year.

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National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Education Opportunities

Access FREE on-demand education by downloading monthly webinars.

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NAR Code of Ethics Requirements

The REALTOR® Code of Ethics requirement for Cycle 5 (January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2018) completion deadline is December 31, 2018.

  • To access the FREE online courses for both new REALTORS® and existing REALTORS®, click here.

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Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) New Mexico

Regional:

Local:

  • Compelling & Persuasive Presentations 2.0
    June 7, 2017 | 9:15-11:15 a.m. | 2 CE Training Credits Pending
    CNM Workforce Training Center | 5600 Eagle Rock NE, Room 101
    Register Online | Print Flyer

    • During this hands-on, results-orientated workshop, participants will define effective as well as ineffective presentation practices. Outcomes of this session are: increased self-awareness of how information is presented, experiment with proven, effective delivery methods, and learn self-management tips to control internal self-talk which interferes during presentations.

Online:

(Click here for a full listing of courses):

Click here to learn more about CCIM.

 

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Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Education

When you register, be sure to select IREM New Mexico as your referring chapter! See more information below.

IREM HRS402 | August 9-10, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Bank of Albuquerque | 100 Sun Ave NE | Register Online
*When registering, please list IREM New Mexico as your referrer.*
Recruiting, selecting, managing, and evaluating a property management team can be a challenge for even the most experienced leader. Lucky for you, this course will walk you through a day-in-the-life experience helping you to better understand your leadership strengths and areas for development so that you can maximize the productivity of your greatest asset – your team.

ETHICS 800 | Register Online

Announcing the 2017 Online Course Rebate Program

Take online courses and earn cash for your chapter!

Starting January 1, 2017, IREM NM will earn $100 for every student who registers for a qualifying online credentialing course and lists IREM NM as the referrer at the time of registration. (In 2016 and for several years prior, chapters earned a flat $25 rebate for every online course registration by students from that chapter.)

Here’s how the 2017 program works:

IREM education is available in both classroom and online formats. Remember, IREM courses are not just for those seeking an IREM credential – it is valuable education for any real estate management professional, whatever their career goals!

When you take online courses, list your chapter as the referrer when they register on www.irem.org – there is a drop down box from which you can choose your chapter.
Each time that happens, IREM NM earns $100. It’s that simple. The chapter listed as the referrer will receive credit for the rebate, regardless of the student’s location or assigned chapter.

Rebates will be processed and paid at the beginning of each month for the previous month.
The following courses qualify for rebates:

  • Managing Condominium and Homeowners Associations (CID201)
  • Leading a Winning Property Management Team (HRS402)
  • Budgeting, Cash Flow, and Reporting for Investment Real Estate (FIN402)
  • Financing and Loan Analysis for Investment Real Estate (ASM603)
  • Performance and Valuation of Investment Real Estate (ASM604)
  • Asset Analysis of Investment Real Estate (ASM605)
  • Managing Maintenance Operations and Property Risk (MNT402)
  • Managing Residential Properties (RES201)
  • Marketing and Leasing Strategies for Retail Properties (MKL404)
  • Marketing and Leasing Strategies for Multifamily Properties (MKL405)
  • Marketing and Leasing Strategies for Office Buildings (MKL406)
  • Leading a Successful Property Management Company (BDM603)

Click here to learn more about education opportunities from IREM.

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NMREC License Renewal Requirements

Read the Revised Rule Booklet here (effective January 2017).

Click here to view White Paper Rules Changes
New Mexico Real Estate Commission

  • Click here for more information on NMREC requirements.

From the New Mexico Real Estate Commission (NMREC):

36 hour CE Requirement: In accordance changes to the Real Estate Commission Rules, as of January 1, 2017, all active and inactive associate brokers and qualifying brokers shall successfully complete thirty-six (36) credit hours of continuing education in courses approved by the commission during each 3-year licensing cycle. Click here for an Approved Course Catalogue

The new rules which became effective on January 1, 2017, and apply to any and all who renew after that date. The new rules require the following:

Composition of the 36 Hours: 36 total hours instead of 30 hours. Of those 36 hours, you must have the following:

  1. 4 hour NMREC Core Course OR the 8 hour NMREC Mandatory course which is no longer offered after Dec 31, 2016. Remember that the 4 hour NMREC Core is to be an annual requirement.
  2. 4 hour ethics elective (There are online options)
  3. 4 hour “core elective” [not to be confused with the NMREC Core Course]. These are courses in our catalogue of approved courses which have received a “core elective” designation by the NMREC. (There are online options)
  4. For the Core Course Schedule and other course schedules and online offerings, please click on the following link (be patient; it takes a while to load up)  Core Course Offerings
    For access to the Catalogue of approved courses including active links to online options, please click on the following link: Approved Course Catalogue
Online Courses: Some of the approved schools and sponsors have on-line offerings. You can see on line offerings by clicking On-line Offerings

Exemption from Continuing Education: The only exemption to the continuing education requirement applies ONLY to brokers who have attained sixty-five (65) years of age AND have attained twenty (20) years continuous years of licensure in New Mexico prior to July 1, 2011. This is an exemption created in the Statutes of New Mexico.

Qualifying Broker Refresher Applies to All QBs: However, all active qualifying brokers are required to successfully complete a six (6) hour qualifying broker refresher course as a condition of license renewal or as a condition of reinstatement of qualifying broker status regardless of age or years of licensure. Click on the link to see a list of Approved Instructors for the Qualifying Broker Refresher Course. Instructor List for Various Required Courses 

Training Hours vs. Education Hours:  Ten (10) credit hours may be credited toward the continuing education requirement from approved training category courses. Twenty six (26) must be taken from approved education category courses

Prelicensing Courses as Continuing Education: Commission approved pre-licensing courses may count for up to ten (10) credit hours toward continuing education if the course is being used to upgrade from associate broker to qualifying broker.

New Broker Business Practices or CCIM 101 Post Licensing Requirement: By NMREC Rule, either the New Broker Business Practices or the CCIM 101 Course is to be taken by all new Associate Broker licensees within the first year of licensure. The commission approved thirty (30 classroom hour) New Broker Business Practices course may count for up to ten (10) credit hours toward continuing education. See Course Outline: New Broker Business Practices

  1. No commission approved continuing education course will be granted more than ten (10) credit hours of continuing education credit.
  2. Continuing education credit hours cannot be carried forward to the next licensing cycle.
  3. Brokers may receive four (4) approved education course credit hours during each licensing cycle for attending commission meetings, rules hearings, and disciplinary hearings as well as the meetings of the Educational Advisory Committee
  4. Approved Pre-licensing and Continuing Education instructors may use up to ten (10) credit hours during each three-year licensing cycle toward fulfillment of their own continuing education requirements for teaching commission approved courses.


Please Note NMREC Changes and Requirements Including:

For more information, read the complete newsletter here.

It is the responsibility of the licensee to maintain his/her education history. However, you may contact the Commercial Association of REALTORS® NM (CARNM) if you would like a 3-year history of courses taken through CARNM and/or the local CCIM chapter. All other education records are maintained by individual course providers and should be contacted directly for education queries.

  • Click here to read more from the NMREC on License Renewal requirements.

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NAR’s Commercial Affiliates Education Resources

Enrichment: Affiliates in Action
Strengthen Your Expertise and Expand Your Network – Now is the time to enhance your commercial real estate expertise through the variety of education offerings from NAR’s five commercial affiliates.

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