HOLIDAY NOTICE

OUR OFFICE IS CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAY ON DECEMBER 23RD & 24TH AND JANUARY 1ST. THERE WILL BE A SLIGHT DELAY IN ENROLLMENTS ON ANY COURSES PURCHASED DURING THAT TIME. THOSE ORDERS WILL BE PLACED ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

DEADLINE FOR ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES: 

KREC COVID EXTENSIONS: It was announced that the State of Emergency is planned to end on January 15, 2022PLE, CE and CORE Requirements - extended the deadlines until the State of Emergency is concluded, plus thirty (30) days. State of Emergency is lifting on January 15th, 2022 the new deadline will be February 14, 2022.

If you are a licensee that took advantage of the extensions, you will want to make sure you are caught up on your 2020 and 2021 education requirements. You can click here or login into your KREC eServices portal to see what you still need.

 

ENROLL IN FAIRHAVEN TODAY!

If you are an active REALTOR Member, register for FREE, and get FREE CE & PLE!

If you are not a member, no worries, you can still register and get CE and PLE credit, but you need to pay the course fee, by clicking here.
 

Fairhaven: A Fair Housing Simulation is an online interactive simulation training in which agents will confront discrimination in real estate transactions from the point of view of both agent and client. The simulation portion was created and is copyrighted by NAR. KRI is proud to have partnered with NAR to provide this education.

In the training, agents work against the clock to sell homes in the fictional town of Fairhaven, confronting various scenarios in which discrimination gets in the way. Agents make choices about how to handle each scenario, advancing through the simulation based on their answers. At each step, the course provides actionable feedback to give agents the tools to prevent and address discrimination in their daily business transactions.

In an innovative approach, the course also puts agents in the role of a client experiencing discrimination. The client point-of-view scenarios are paired with powerful video testimonials illustrating the impact of housing discrimination in real people’s lives. The course’s use of storytelling and experiential learning is intended to drive deep introspection, willing acceptance of the principles of fair housing, and lasting behavior change.