By Manzanillo Sun Writer from the October 2014 Edition
Global Mexico Real Estate Institute was recently formed by a group of high profile Mexican REALTORS. It is a bi-lingual, biultural organization dedicated to delivering international education to the Mexican real estate industry. The four founders have a combined experience of more than 120 years in the international real estate arena.
Having searched for courses in Mexico that would help REALTORS® better serve international clients the group met and decided to create the institute. Its Mission is to provide courses in markets across Mexico so that attendees will not have to incur major expenses to travel to other countries..
Global Mexico Real Estate Institute will focus on course s offered by the National Asociation of Realtors® (NAR), but not be limited to NAR courses. NAR has forty designations recognized around the world. A course schedule has been created for 2015. Other courses may be added.
The Institute will kick of the new training season with the Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) class. This two day event will be held in Los Cabos and delivered by Tom Hayman from the Real Estate Negotiation Institute, in Phoenix Arizona. In 2010, he was named instructor of the Year by the Seattle King County Association of Realtors. That was the first time the award was given to someone outside Seattle. Fifty students have registered for this Cabo class.
For a full list of course to be offered in 2015, please see www.globalmexico.org
About the author: John Glaab is Vice President International Marketing at Mexico’s oldest title and escrow company, The Settlement Company® He is a Certified International Property Specialist and was named International Realtor Member of the year in 2012, by NAR. John is a Founding Director of the Global Mexico Real Estate Institute.
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.globalmexico.org
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