Join GAAR on Friday, December 2nd for a day of virtual classes with proceeds benefiting the Real Estate Community Political Action Committee (RECPAC). RECPAC is comprised of GAAR and CARNM Trustees who educate City and County officials on local issues that affect home buyers, sellers, and the real estate industry.
CE for RECPAC
Friday, December 2nd
8:00 am - 7:30 pm
$75 GAAR/CARNM Members
$125 for Non-Members
A la carte Menu — earn up to 10 CE credits for one price!
8:30 am - 12:30 pm: 2022 NMREC Core (4 CE/Core)
8:30 am - 12:30 pm: Fair Housing (4 CE/Core Elective)
8:30 am - 5:00 pm: Understanding and Using NMAR Forms (8 CE/Core Elective)
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm: 2023 NMREC Core (4 CE/Core)
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm: NAR Code of Ethics and Enforcement (4 CE/Ethics Elective)
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm: Basics of Title in New Mexico (2CE/Core Elective)
GAAR/CARNM Member Registration $75
- Go to your GAAR Member Portal. Look for Upcoming Courses, and click All. On the calendar, click December 2. Pay the all-inclusive fee.
- Call Membership to select which classes you will attend: 505-842-1433, option 3 or 5.
- Mention if you are with CARNM to receive special pricing.
Non-GAAR Member Registration $125
- If you have a GAAR Member Portal - pay your fee.
- Otherwise, call GAAR Membership to pay the all-inclusive fee & select which classes you will attend: 505-842-1433, option 3 or 5.
NMREC 2022 Core Course (4 CE/Core)
Instructor: Bob Treece
This course meets the 2022 NMREC Core Course requirement. This course replaced the NMREC Mandatory Course and needs to be completed annually to maintain your license.
"Back to the Basics" is the theme of the 2022 NMREC Core Course. Topics for this course include the broker duties of reasonable care and disclosure of adverse material facts, Associate Broker responsibilities, Transaction Coordinators and disclosure, avoiding the unauthorized practice of law, and more. Brokers will dissect real estate scenarios to deepen their understanding of how the basics should be applied to real-life scenarios. Hot topics in real estate will be covered as well, reflecting the changes and challenges of the industry including information from NMAR Legal Counsel Ashley Strauss Martin.
Understanding and Using NMAR Forms (8 CE/Core Elective)
Instructor: Lou Tulga
Learn how to understand and use:
- Listing Agreement and Listing Agreement Amendment forms.
- FIRPTA and Property Tax Estimate Forms.
- Lead-Based Paint Disclosure.
- Purchase Agreement.
- Back Up Offer and Counteroffer Forms
- AND MUCH MORE
NMREC 2023 Core Course (4 CE/Core)
Instructor: Bob Arguelles
This course meets the 2023 NMREC Core Course requirement. This course replaced the NMREC Mandatory Course and needs to be completed annually to maintain your license.
NAR Code of Ethics and Enforcement (4 CE/Ethics Elective)
Instructor: Jenn Cody Martin
Be proactive in completing this requirement. The Code of Ethics is the foundation of the REALTOR® organization and provides the standards of practice and professionalism that customers expect and deserve.
Basics of Title in New Mexico (2 CE/Core Elective)
Instructor: Scott Florez
The purpose of this course is to familiarize the New Mexico Real Estate Broker with the basics of the title process in New Mexico – starting with the title search/examination; issuance of the title commitment and issuance of the Owner’s Title Insurance Policy.
Fair Housing (4 CE/Core Elective)
Instructor: Bill McCoy
Discrimination can be subtle or overt and sometimes unintentional. It is crucial that real estate practitioners are aware of and compliant with the laws that govern housing discrimination. This course looks at the history of The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was the first major legislation that applied to residential housing. The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 broadened the coverage, increased the enforcement policies of the Act, and stiffened the penalties invoked for violation of the Act. The course will also examine: The New Mexico Human Rights Act and detail the additional classes that it offers protection to. Specific advertising policies are investigated and illustrated. The procedure for filing a complaint of discrimination is studied in detail. Plus, there are lots of hints on how to stay clear of discriminatory practices in sales, rentals, and financing of real estate.