The overall goals of the Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABRŪ) Designation course are to:
Prepare real estate professionals to represent buyer-clients in real estate transactions and provide the quality of service and degree of fidelity to buyers that sellers have customarily enjoyed.
Offer ideas and methods for building a buyer representation business.
Develop a self-customized tool for conducting a buyer counseling session.
Upon completion of the two-day course and successfully passing the exam, you will have achieved ABR candidate status, a three-year period during which you must fulfill the educational and experiential requirements to earn the Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR) Designation awarded by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council, Inc.
Understanding Types of Agency Relationships
Creating an Agency Relationship
Client and Customer Relationships, Duties, and Responsibilities
How We Work with Buyers
The Buyer Counseling Session
Offers and Negotiations
Building a Buyer Representation Business
Real Estate BUYER’S AGENT Council, Inc.
Classroom 2 days; Online 12 hours
Required course for the ABRŪ Designation
The ABR Designation counts as two credits towards the RSPS certification.
The ABR designation counts as 16 elective credits towards the CRS designation.