WEBINAR: Shift to the 21st Century: Don't Let Your Marketing Violate Ethics
Instructor:  Romy Jurado Esq
Rworld Campus via MyRealtorDash

Did you know you can violate the Realtors® Code of Ethics and Standards of practice for misleading advertising and marketing?

This course will attempt to create an understanding of the different implications of the law with your information content about a property, the real estate pictures and more!
Topics Covered Include:
>Focus on the consumer's needs and market your services accordingly
>Basic rules of advertising according to the law
>Abiding by Realtors® Code of Ethics and Standards of practice Article 12
>Defining fair use of advertisement
>Avoiding areas of false advertisement
>Adapt to the new innovation and technologies to best advertise your property
>Utilize technology with the protection of the law
>Define when you need copyrights for advertising your properties with as little liability as possible
>Get the most out of social media, the safest way

Virtual Learning provided by:

JURADO, Attorneys at Law
12955 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 328, North Miami, Florida 33181
T: 305.921.0440 | F: 305.921.0438
Business Law | Immigration | Real Estate | Probate

To CANCEL your class registration, please email class name, date, and location to 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.

By registering for this class/event you hereby consent to the photographing of yourself and the recording of your voice and the use of these photographs and/or recordings singularly or in conjunction with other photographs and/or recordings for advertising, publicity, commercial or other business purposes. You understand that the term “photograph” as used herein encompasses both still photographs and motion picture footage.