Elective Courses

2022 Elective Continuing Education Courses

Course Costs:
2022 Gold Card Holders – Free
2-hour CE Courses: Realtor members $35 | Non-members $55
3-hour CE Courses: Realtor members $50 | Non-members $70
4-hour CE Courses: Realtor members $60 | Non-members $80
6-hour CE Courses: Realtor members $75 | Non-members $95


Calling the Coast Home: Living With Water
September 8 | 10am-12pm | Instructor: Emmi Palenbaum
(CEE3273) 2 hours of elective credit

Attendees will learn about the coastal ecosystem and the services it provides. Coastal South Carolina residents experience different effects from flooding as individuals and as a community. Key resources will be available to share with potential clients and examined during the course. These resources include FEMA flood zones & maps, the Community Rating System, and emergency preparedness.

CTAR Member $20 | Non-Member $40 | Free with 2022 Gold Card

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Historical Properties Specialist Certification
September 27| 10am-3pm | Instructor: Marshall McCart
(CEE3706) 4 hours of elective credit
A Real Estate Practitioner is only as good as the information & knowledge they possess, and this is particularly true when it comes to the concept of Historical Properties. This course will cover concepts such as construction terms and component features; architecture & design styles: Historic property preservation & Government Entities; navigate the process of listing & marketing as well as Real Estate best practices and the legalities involved.
Upon completion of the course participants will receive a Certification Certificate to display in their office as well as the Historical Properties Logo to use in e-mail signatures and marketing, and will have the opportunity to have assistance from our Historical Properties Expert if needed in the future.
Price: $125| $100 with 2022 Gold Card
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The Code of Ethics: Our Promise of Professionalism
September 29 | 2pm-6pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE3011) 4 hours of elective credit
This course will provide detailed information on the NAR Code of Ethics Structure and purpose as well as the pathways to professionalism program. It is intended to enhance the licensees performance and professionalism in all real estate communications and transactions.
Price: Member $60 | Non Member $80 | Free with Gold Card

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Coastal Lifestyle for Clean Water
October 4 | 10am-12pm | Instructor: Abi Locatis Prochaska
(CEE3274) 2 hours of elective credit
Clean water and healthy salt marshes support our coastal lifestyle. Attendees will learn to use online tools to investigate water quality in communities. The course provides a trove of resources and tips to provide to clients about protecting clean water and staying safe and healthy while living the coastal lifestyle..
CTAR Member $20 | Non-Member $40 | Free with 2022 Gold Card
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The New and the Unusual: Mini Houses
October 5 |10am-1pm | Instructor: Kim Matthews
(CEE3158) 3 hours of Elective credit

Mini houses have become the newest trend in real estate throughout the US. Learn about what actually qualifies as a mini house. Can you sell one? How do you finance one? Finish up the class by looking at a few unusual mini houses that are also hitting the hearts of the mini home believers

CTAR Member $50 | Non-Member $70 | Free with 2022 Gold Card

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Haunted Houses, Death and the Emotional Truth: Stigmatized Properties
October 5 | 2pm-5pm | Instructor: Kim Matthews
(CEE2940) 3 hours of Elective credit

Let’s have some fun while learning about stigmatized properties. What are they and how do we sell them? When is the last time you sold a haunted house? This class explores the homes that have a past that only some get excited about and others shy away from. Do you dare to share your ghost story with us?

CTAR Member $50 | Non-Member $70 | Free with 2022 Gold Card

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New Construction Inspection VS Resale Inspection
October 13 | 10am-1pm | Instructor: Rael Levin
(CEE2822) 2 hours of elective credit
Are all inspections created equal? This is helpful for agents so they may educate their clients that choose to have a home inspected during the construction process. It’s important for buyers to know that a resale inspection is a performance based, visual audit and a new construction inspection does not provide the benefit of time. This may also help set expectations for the buyer that expects there to be reports on code violations in a resale inspection or to have cosmetic issues addressed in a new construction inspection. A more informed buyer makes the real estate transaction and the entire experience more enjoyable and the more information they have, the less chance of there being uncertainties in the transaction process.
Price: Member $10 | Non Member $30 | Free with Gold Card

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What’s a BIC to do? – Updated BIC required course
October 18 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: David Jaffee
(CEE2679) 4 hours of credit (mandatory course for BIC license renewal)
This course meets the four hour mandatory BIC requirements for the 2023 & 2024 license renewal. The course covers the Broker-In-Charge duties and responsibilities, where this is stated in current license law and possible penalties for non-compliance to the law.
CTAR Member $60 | Non-Member $80 | Free with 2022 Gold Card
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Foreclosure & Tax Lien Sales for Investors & Agents
November 2 | 1pm-5pm | Instructor: Mike Harper
(CEE2387) 4 hours of elective credit

This course was developed to assist real estate professionals understand and be able to assist clients who wish to explore purchasing real estate at foreclosure Auctions and/or clients who wish to invest in Real Estate Tax Lien Auctions under South Carolina Statutes. The course is ideal for residential or commercial licensees who have had inquiries from clients, but have been unsure as to how to help.

Price: Member $60 | Non-Member $80 | Free with 2022 Gold Card

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Buying & Selling Real Estate at Auction
November 3 | 10am-2pm | Instructor: Mike Harper
(CEE2679) 4 hours of elective credit
This Course is designed for the RE Professional who needs to be knowledgeable about the Auction Method of selling property. It includes information useful to the agent in explaining to his or her client why the Auction Method may be beneficial to them as a seller
CTAR Member $60 | Non-Member $80 | Free with 2022 Gold Card
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Safeguard Your Clients’ Data & Property
November 3 | 2:30pm-4:30pm | Instructor: Lora Able
(CEE2809) 2 hours of elective credit

This 2-hour elective CE course provides licensees with practical steps for safeguarding clients’ data and property.

Price: Member $35 | Non-Member $55 | Free with 2022 Gold Card

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The Code of Ethics: Our Promise of Professionalism
November 10 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE3011) 4 hours of elective credit
This course will provide detailed information on the NAR Code of Ethics Structure and purpose as well as the pathways to professionalism program. It is intended to enhance the licensees performance and professionalism in all real estate communications and transactions.
Price: Member $60 | Non Member $80 | Free with Gold Card
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Always Adversaries? Understanding the SC Landlord Tenant Act
December 13 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Judy Wolk
(CEE1205) 4 hours of elective credit
Property Management conflicts occur every day, but the resolution of many of these difficult situations can be found in a better knowledge and understanding of the SC Landlord/Tenant Act.
Price: Member $60 | Non Member $80 | Free with Gold Card
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Landlords, Tenants & Fair Housing
December 13 | 2pm-6pm | Instructor: Judy Wolk
(CEE3245) 4 hours of elective credit
This four-hour course will examine many of the issues which face agents and homeowners who are involved with rental properties. Compliance with HUD guidelines can be very tricky. Can you evict a criminal? Must you accept any animal as an assistance animal? Can you discriminate against certain groups of immigrants? We will review the status of protected classes and discuss ways to handle various sticky situations which could result in complaints and fines filed against you and/or the homeowner. Fair Housing is never a stagnant topic and its nuances continue to evolve, particularly with focus on “disparate impact”. Remember, it is not always the “intent” of what you do, it is the “effect” of your action.
Price: Member $60 | Non Member $80 | Free with Gold Card
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