I'm not planning on writing about every night I go to Realtor school but I thought it was worth mentioning my thoughts on my first class of Realtor School.
I'm attending ASREB, I think it stands for Arizona School of RE & Business or something like that.
The little 20 minute whatever you call it before they stick you in a class wasn't bad at all. No big hype and upsell going on. I appreciated that.
They don't start you off from the very beginning, its more like a cycle of classes and you just get thrown in and the class you just missed will basically be your last class, if that makes sense. I was cool with that I guess.
I can understand them doing that so that every class schedule basically had a full(er) class instead of just the 4 of us newbs tonight.
The topic of tonights class was something like Residential Financing. Basically discussing FHA,VA and Conventional. Interesting, it always has been to me.
What I didn't get though was why a Realtor was teaching the class considering some of the things that were being taught. Now, I understand and agree with why its important for agents to know these things, I just thought a Mortgage Professional should be the one instructing, not a Realtor ya know.
Either way, it wasn't too bad. If you guys/gals have any questions feel free to ask. Again, I won't be discussing every one of my classes, just randomly and certain interesting things that might come up.