Certified International Property Specialist CIPS Institute in Mexico
When: June 2 to 6, 2014
Schedule: 9am to 5 pm every day
Price: $700.00 (early bird)
Where: Los Cabos, Mexico
Instructor: Linda Jones Neil (CIPS, ABR, PIC, TRC)
Venue: CANACO building located at 20 de Noviembre S/n, Cabo San Lucas, Downtown
Payment: Major credit cards accepted & payment plans.
Bonus: Lunch included every day
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CIPS Institute schedule:
MONDAY, June 2, Global Real Estate, Local Markets
This introductory course offers you an overview of the international real estate business environment, including capital flow, currencies, government regulations and cultures. Topics such as international brokerage, networking, marketing, and selling will also be discussed.
You must take this course before taking any other CIPS courses. Upon completion of this course, you will receive elective credit towards the ABR and CRS designation
TUESDAY, June 3, The Business of US Real Estate
This course provides international real estate practitioners with knowledge of the role of real estate in the U.S. economy and society. The course will describe the role of real estate in the U.S. economy and society as well as knowledge of the U.S. real estate marketplace. The course materials provide information on the requirements, regulations, and laws associated with working as a real estate professional in the U.S. and skills for facilitating real estate transactions in the U.S. market. You must take this course before taking other CIPS courses on specific regions.
WEDNESDAY, June 4 Asia/Pacific & the International Real Estate
This course addresses real estate practices in Asia and the Pacific with emphasis on cultural influences, economic trends and assessment of investment opportunities. An extra chapter on working with the Japanese is also included.
THURSDAY, June 5 Europe & International Real Estate
This course provides you with insight in regards to working with clients in Western and Central Europe. Topics include: the European Union and its impact on international real estate, economic and real estate trends, networking and relationship building, and marketing and selling practices.
FRIDAY, June 6 The Americas & International Real Estate
This course offers you practical information on working with Caribbean, North, Central, and South American investors. Historical and cultural influences, regional relationship, and investment opportunities are covered along with a special focus on Mexico.
*Minimum of 20 students per class must be registered not later than May 10, 2014 in order for the institute to proceed.
*Any real estate practitioner may enroll and attend the classes. Membership in AMPI is required prior to receiving the CIPS designation.