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Courses

Whether you are starting your commercial real estate career or continuing your commercial real estate education, the Greater Harrisburg Realtors® Institute offers courses to take your commercial real estate knowledge further.

All scheduled GHRI commercial courses can be found in the Education Calendar.

Upcoming GHRI Commercial Courses

Commercial Module (required for new licensees) (7 hours)

One of two required classes for new licensees’ first two year renewal cycle.   This seven hour module is designed to enable the salesperson licensee to provide the highest level of professional services to consumers in commercial transactions. Real Estate Professionals will learn: Agreement of Sale, Letter of Intent, Environmental Issues, Leases and Clauses, Property Management, 1031 Exchanges…

Commercial Module
Dates:
Instructor:
Jim Helsel, SIOR, CPM, CCIM, GRI, CRB, CRE,C2EX

REALTORS® Breaking Bad (3.5 hours)

Course will cover NAR’s Code of Ethics requirement for the January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2021 Ethics cycle, PA RELRA laws, Arbitrations, the Ethics enforcement process, Professional Standards Hearings for Ethics and Arbitrations, and Commercial Case Study reviews. Approved for NAR’s 2019-2021 Ethics requirement. Please download course materials. Cost $45…

Dates:
Instructor:
Jim Helsel, SIOR, CPM, CCIM, GRI, CRB, CRE,C2EX

Buyer Agency in the Commercial Transaction (3.5 hours)

This course will cover: Defining the Legal Duty of a Buyer Agent, limitations on duty, Specific Applications such as the Agency Relationship, Documenting the Relationship, Dual Agency, Assessing Client’s Needs vs. Desires, Dealing with the Agreement of Sale, Due Diligence, Title and Zoning, Quantum of land Boundaries and much more. Course is approved for 3 ½ hours CE for the 2020-2022 cycle…

Dates:
Instructor:
Brett Woodburn, Esquire

Landlord and Tenant Law A to Z (Commercial and CE) (3.5 hours)

This commercial course will discuss such topics as: applicability of the landlord and tenant laws, preleasing/qualifying a tenant, important lease terms, issues during tenancy, lease assignments and subletting, landlord’s rights to premises, terminating the tenancy, default and remedies, security deposit issues, abandonment issues, how to handle a tenant bankruptcy and more. Course is approved for 3 ½ hours of CE for the 2020-2022 Ce cycle…

Dates:
Instructor:
Steven Williams, Esquire