A Discussion about Issues and Opportunities to Securing Compensation
The real estate industry is changing when it comes to compensation. Brokers and agents need to be ready for what’s coming next to ensure the future success of their business.
One of the recent monsters keeping the industry up at night is the Department of Justice lawsuit against NAR regarding anti-competitive business practices and consumer issues affecting transparency in the real estate transaction. This lawsuit is changing the way brokers and agents need to think about the disclosure of compensation. Are you prepared to navigate this new reality - and are you comfortable explaining your level of compensation to your clients?
CCIAOR invites you to join nationally-recognized instructor and trainer Adorna Carrollfor a spirited, open conversation covering the implications of changes to buyer agent compensation, what’s waiting on the other side, and how you can pivot your business today to avoid problems tomorrow. The knowledge you will gain from this discussion will be essential to help prepare yourself, your agents, and your clients for these impending changes.
This discussion will not be recorded. Please make sure to register and join this essential and timely discussion.
Adorna Carroll currently owns and runs 3 real estate related business and has had a personal team for over 25 years. As the President of Dynamic Directions, Inc., a company with an extensive faculty of consultants, speakers and trainers, Adorna trains REALTORS® all over North America. She has authored numerous residential designation and certification courses for the NAR and REBI – Real Estate Business Institute.
In 1997 she completed her term as the State President for the CT REALTORS®, was the 2001 Region 1 VP, an NAR Liaison in 2002, 2003, and 2007, RPAC Trustee in 2004, the 2005 NAR VP & Liaison to Committees, NAR’s Chief Political Fundraiser in 2006, a member of the RPAC Hall of Fame, the REBAC Hall of Fame, the 2016 President of the REBI – Real Estate Business Institute and is the 79th recipient of NAR’s Distinguished Service Award.
This class does not meet Massachusetts Continuing Education requirements.