Current Issues in WA Residential Real Estate-3.5

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10 Oct

Current Issues in WA Residential Real Estate

Current Issues in WA Residential Real Estate

Thursday, October 10, 2019 (9:00 AM to 12:30 PM)
3.5 CE Hours
Windermere Real Estate, Puyallup, Puyallup, Washington

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The Washington State Real Estate Commission and the Department of Licensing have adopted rules that require the completion of a minimum 3.0 clock hours of prescribed core curriculum. The mandatory clock hours must be included in the 30 hours required for all active licensees. 2014-2015 topics include: legislative & legal updates, dual agency, seller’s disclosure, agency Law, referrals, signatory authority, and distressed properties.

Windermere Real Estate, Puyallup
Windermere Real Estate, Puyallup
12114 104th Ave E
Puyallup, WA 98374

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Mark Kitabayashi, AHWD, CIPS, IMS, CSP, ASP, SRES

Mark Makoto Kitabayashi

Managing Broker (CIPS, AHWD, SRES, ASP, CSP)


Mark has been REALTOR in Washington State, since 2000. He has been involved REALTOR education since 2012 for Washington REALTORS, Seattle-King County REALTORS, Windermere Professional Development, and teach classes in nationwide and global bases. His experience in International Business and REALTOR Leadership (Past Local & State President, Past Regional VP for NAR) brings extra dimension to his teaching. Mark especially enjoy teaching Code of Ethic, Diversity/Global classes such as AHWD (At Home With Diversity), CIPS (Certified International Property Specialist). His motto of “Global is Local” has help many REALTORS improve their business skills to assist diverse clientele in their local Market, and his passion to assist fellow REALTORS to elevate their professionalism shows on his style of teaching. He was winner of Hugh Hawkins Award for 2016 (Instructor of the year) for Washington REALTORS. Instructor of the Year for Seattle-King County in 2017.