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Coronavirus Notice: Capitus Classes are going virtual/online

In light of growing health concerns related to the spread of the coronavirus, our Board of Governor's has approved a change to move from "live" classes to "virtual" classes for the next 30 days effective Monday, March 16, 2020.

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Your Virtual Class Information - Please Read in Entirety

Your virtual class will maintain the same class standards and requirements as if you were physically sitting among your classmates and instructor. The same policies for attendance and participation apply.

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Coronavirus Notice: Statewide Testing Information

For those of you preparing to take the school exam for either Sales, Broker or CAM Prelicense, please note the change to Capitus' testing policies at this time.

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Why You Should Start Binging Real Estate Training

The coronavirus pandemic brought much of the spring buying and selling season to a grinding halt, which means many buyers and sellers will have to pick things up later—in late summer or early fall, according to industry experts. With this pent-up demand, real estate agents will need to hit the ground running when the world goes back to normal.

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From the Capitus Director, Cherie Jolley

I'm in the market for a house. Quite frankly, I have been in the market for a house for many months. And, I am working with a REALTOR®! But due to low inventory, low interest rates, and a robust economy (pre Covid-19), it has been a difficult journey. [...] So, while inventory still remains low, and interest rates are still low, it may mean that my search for a new home will take a little longer than I'd expected. But it also tells me that this is a great time to launch a career in real estate, brush up on new skills, and knock out some continuing education hours. Get started on your career goals with Capitus this summer!

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Community Association Management (CAM)

Prelicense / Postlicense / 24 Hour CE Series | January 28, 29, February 1, 2
Learn everything you need to know to manage a community association, including: the transition process and turnover from declarant control to an owner-elected board of directors, the responsibilities of officers of community associations, the laws regulating enforcement issues, how to deal with common contract pitfalls, and much more. Students will also be introduced to the numerous books and records a corporation is required to keep pursuant to Georgia law as well as learn to create operating and capital reserve budgets.

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The Georgia Institute of Real Estate is now CAPITUS Real Estate Learning Center!

New Name. New Look. Same Expert Real Estate Education.
We've spent more than 50 years as the premier real estate school in Georgia — it's how we know the real estate industry is changing now more than ever. We have continuously advanced our offerings to be more dynamic and flexible so that you can build the real estate career you want. Now, we've evolved our look and feel as well, to reflect the transformation of our Industry.

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6 Hacks to Ace Your Real Estate Exam

Stressed about your upcoming test? We get it — a lot is riding on making sure you pass the exam. But don't worry, we've got the study tips to make sure you're being as impactful with your exam prep as you can be.

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5 Insider Tips for New Real Estate Agents

You've made it past the hard part — the exam. Now it's time to get on the fast track with your career. Here's what you need to know to get started with a bang, including expert tips you need to get started.

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Stay Safe in 5

Realtors® often find themselves in vulnerable situations that can leave them open to attack… think open houses or meeting clients at vacant homes.The Atlanta REALTORS® Association (ARA), in conjunction with the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) are proud to present a new video series, 'Stay Safe in 5.'

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