Sponsored by: Reina Ramos with City National Bank of Florida, Karol Diaz with Max Home Inspections
The Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource (SFR®) certification is for
REALTORS® who want to hone the skills that will allow them to help
buyers and sellers of distressed properties.
What You Gain:
A framework for understanding how to
Direct distressed sellers to finance, tax, and legal professionals
Qualify sellers for short sales
Develop a short-sale package
Negotiate with lenders
Tap into buyer demand
Safeguard your commission
Customizable marketing materials and press release
Periodic free Webinars
Members-only Ning community
Differentiation at nar.realtor and REALTOR.com®
Usage of SFR® logo and name
How to Earn It
Complete the core course online(link is external) or in a classroom(link is external).
Professional Affiliation: Member in good standing of the National Association of REALTORS®
your course provider(s) have submitted proof of your successful
completion of the courses, an invitation will be sent to you via email
to complete an on-line application form(link is external).
Application fee: $175
Annual Dues: None
To CANCEL your class registration, please email class name, date, and location to email@example.com or call 561-353-9190.
Class cancellations for “Specialty” courses (Designations/Certifications/license renewal) received within 3 business days of the class start day will be subject to a $20 cancellation fee, which would result in a partial refund of the paid registration fee. If the aforementioned registration was not paid, an invoice for the $20 cancellation fee will be applied.
Members who “No Show” a class without notice of cancellation prior to class will not be eligible for a refund of the registration fee.
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