If you’re an agent living and working in a resort, recreational, and/or vacation destination, you no doubt have a number of clients looking to buy or sell second homes in your area. Increasing your knowledge of the recreation and lifestyle market, gaining insights into the motivations and expectations of second-home buyers, and increasing your awareness of the financing and tax considerations they face when purchasing or selling a vacation or investment property will help you better serve these clients and build your real estate business.
COURSE GOAL AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The goal of the Resort & Second-Home Property Specialist Certification Course is to help real estate practitioners adapt and apply their core real estate skills, develop business and branding strategies, understand the issues and trends that impact the second-home market, and help buyers choose properties that meet their vacation or investment second-home goals. Participants will gain
knowledge of the essentials of buying and selling second-home properties for recreation and investment and build a second-home business.
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