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Broker CE Live Course Calendar

Texas Broker CE Live Class Calendar

Live Class Calendar
Date(s) Class City &
State
Class
Type
Credit Hours Price   Details
Feb 06 – Feb 06 Navigating Minefields: Preventing Real Estate Disaster Class (4-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Day
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

No two transactions are the same; therefore, licensees need extensive knowledge to troubleshoot any circumstance encountered.

Nothing can match the dynamic discussions you’ll find in our Live Classroom setting. Interact with your peers, get your questions answered directly, and let our experienced instructors guide you to success!

In this class, you’ll see how some of the most common issues are also the most time-consuming and carry the greatest risk for your client and yourself. You’ll have an opportunity for lively discussion as you are guided through the obstacles, dilemmas, and hurdles that you are likely to encounter in your real estate transactions. By identifying the potential minefields and possible remedies in various situations, you’ll be prepared to guide your clients to a smooth and memorable real estate experience.

Key Benefits

  • Discusses issues from the perspective of the buyer and the seller
  • Allows for ample discussion—you’ll get to hear interesting problems others have faced and how those issues were resolved, as well as share your experiences with others
  • Addresses topics that can only come from experience in dealing with people—the more you know about what other professionals have faced, the better prepared you can be when you’re in a similar situation
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, February 06, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Feb 06 – Feb 06 Constructing Fact from Fiction: New Construction Today Class (6-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Day
Broker 6
$59.00  Add to Cart 

A keen understanding of new construction and the ability to educate your clients has never been more important!

In this course, you’ll learn about the opportunities, costs, features, advantages, and challenges of new construction today. Whether you have a buyer determined to build or investigating building versus buying an existing home, this course will equip you to answer and advise your clients with confidence. Learn what’s changed in the last few years as new construction has made a comeback: land prices have increased steadily and building materials have sky-rocketed, while labor shortage is at an all-time high.

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • What factors do you need to assess before you consider building?
  • What are the options for building? Type of structure, square footage, location, technology enhancements, and more!
  • How much will upgrades cost versus what clients see in model homes? Including assessing builder grade versus desired upgrades—the potential range may determine feasibility of build
  • What are change orders?
  • What are the soft costs that may be hidden?
  • How do building codes affect the cost of new construction?
  • What is the difference in financing a new versus existing home for your client?
  • How do you explain lot and homestead tax to your client?
  • What does a new construction contract look like?
  • How are commissions paid for representation on new construction and to whom?
  • What are the options for affordable housing with new construction?

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, February 06, 2020, 1:30 PM - 7:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Feb 13 – Feb 13 Navigating Minefields: Preventing Real Estate Disaster Class (4-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Day
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

No two transactions are the same; therefore, licensees need extensive knowledge to troubleshoot any circumstance encountered.

Nothing can match the dynamic discussions you’ll find in our Live Classroom setting. Interact with your peers, get your questions answered directly, and let our experienced instructors guide you to success!

In this class, you’ll see how some of the most common issues are also the most time-consuming and carry the greatest risk for your client and yourself. You’ll have an opportunity for lively discussion as you are guided through the obstacles, dilemmas, and hurdles that you are likely to encounter in your real estate transactions. By identifying the potential minefields and possible remedies in various situations, you’ll be prepared to guide your clients to a smooth and memorable real estate experience.

Key Benefits

  • Discusses issues from the perspective of the buyer and the seller
  • Allows for ample discussion—you’ll get to hear interesting problems others have faced and how those issues were resolved, as well as share your experiences with others
  • Addresses topics that can only come from experience in dealing with people—the more you know about what other professionals have faced, the better prepared you can be when you’re in a similar situation
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, February 13, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Feb 13 – Feb 13 Constructing Fact from Fiction: New Construction Today Class (6-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Day
Broker 6
$59.00  Add to Cart 

A keen understanding of new construction and the ability to educate your clients has never been more important!

In this course, you’ll learn about the opportunities, costs, features, advantages, and challenges of new construction today. Whether you have a buyer determined to build or investigating building versus buying an existing home, this course will equip you to answer and advise your clients with confidence. Learn what’s changed in the last few years as new construction has made a comeback: land prices have increased steadily and building materials have sky-rocketed, while labor shortage is at an all-time high.

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • What factors do you need to assess before you consider building?
  • What are the options for building? Type of structure, square footage, location, technology enhancements, and more!
  • How much will upgrades cost versus what clients see in model homes? Including assessing builder grade versus desired upgrades—the potential range may determine feasibility of build
  • What are change orders?
  • What are the soft costs that may be hidden?
  • How do building codes affect the cost of new construction?
  • What is the difference in financing a new versus existing home for your client?
  • How do you explain lot and homestead tax to your client?
  • What does a new construction contract look like?
  • How are commissions paid for representation on new construction and to whom?
  • What are the options for affordable housing with new construction?

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, February 13, 2020, 1:30 PM - 7:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Mar 07 – Mar 07 iBuyers and the Future of Real Estate Class (4-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Weekend
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

iBuyers are quickly becoming a force in the market…understand what that means for the future of real estate.

Instant home offers make iBuyers an intriguing option for many home sellers. These companies are emerging across the country and marketing to sellers as a quick, easy, hassle-free sale, but what’s really in the fine print of those purchase contracts? Is it really in a homeowner’s best interest to sell to an iBuyer? How does this type of home sale impact the future buyer and the industry as a whole? How can you position yourself compared to the online, fast sale concept? This class will break down the advantages, disadvantages, and potential warnings, and delve into the impact of iBuyers on the future of real estate.

Key Benefits:

  • Understand what iBuyer means and how the iBuyer process works
  • Learn how to represent buyers in the iBuyer process
  • This class discusses the future of iBuyers and how to compete with them
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, March 07, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Mar 28 – Mar 28 iBuyers and the Future of Real Estate Class (4-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Weekend
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

iBuyers are quickly becoming a force in the market…understand what that means for the future of real estate.

Instant home offers make iBuyers an intriguing option for many home sellers. These companies are emerging across the country and marketing to sellers as a quick, easy, hassle-free sale, but what’s really in the fine print of those purchase contracts? Is it really in a homeowner’s best interest to sell to an iBuyer? How does this type of home sale impact the future buyer and the industry as a whole? How can you position yourself compared to the online, fast sale concept? This class will break down the advantages, disadvantages, and potential warnings, and delve into the impact of iBuyers on the future of real estate.

Key Benefits:

  • Understand what iBuyer means and how the iBuyer process works
  • Learn how to represent buyers in the iBuyer process
  • This class discusses the future of iBuyers and how to compete with them
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, March 28, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Mar 28 – Mar 28 Constructing Fact from Fiction: New Construction Today Class (6-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Weekend
Broker 6
$59.00  Add to Cart 

A keen understanding of new construction and the ability to educate your clients has never been more important!

In this course, you’ll learn about the opportunities, costs, features, advantages, and challenges of new construction today. Whether you have a buyer determined to build or investigating building versus buying an existing home, this course will equip you to answer and advise your clients with confidence. Learn what’s changed in the last few years as new construction has made a comeback: land prices have increased steadily and building materials have sky-rocketed, while labor shortage is at an all-time high.

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • What factors do you need to assess before you consider building?
  • What are the options for building? Type of structure, square footage, location, technology enhancements, and more!
  • How much will upgrades cost versus what clients see in model homes? Including assessing builder grade versus desired upgrades—the potential range may determine feasibility of build
  • What are change orders?
  • What are the soft costs that may be hidden?
  • How do building codes affect the cost of new construction?
  • What is the difference in financing a new versus existing home for your client?
  • How do you explain lot and homestead tax to your client?
  • What does a new construction contract look like?
  • How are commissions paid for representation on new construction and to whom?
  • What are the options for affordable housing with new construction?

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, March 28, 2020, 1:30 PM - 7:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Apr 02 – Apr 02 iBuyers and the Future of Real Estate Class (4-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Day
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

iBuyers are quickly becoming a force in the market…understand what that means for the future of real estate.

Instant home offers make iBuyers an intriguing option for many home sellers. These companies are emerging across the country and marketing to sellers as a quick, easy, hassle-free sale, but what’s really in the fine print of those purchase contracts? Is it really in a homeowner’s best interest to sell to an iBuyer? How does this type of home sale impact the future buyer and the industry as a whole? How can you position yourself compared to the online, fast sale concept? This class will break down the advantages, disadvantages, and potential warnings, and delve into the impact of iBuyers on the future of real estate.

Key Benefits:

  • Understand what iBuyer means and how the iBuyer process works
  • Learn how to represent buyers in the iBuyer process
  • This class discusses the future of iBuyers and how to compete with them
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, April 02, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Apr 02 – Apr 02 Constructing Fact from Fiction: New Construction Today Class (6-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Day
Broker 6
$59.00  Add to Cart 

A keen understanding of new construction and the ability to educate your clients has never been more important!

In this course, you’ll learn about the opportunities, costs, features, advantages, and challenges of new construction today. Whether you have a buyer determined to build or investigating building versus buying an existing home, this course will equip you to answer and advise your clients with confidence. Learn what’s changed in the last few years as new construction has made a comeback: land prices have increased steadily and building materials have sky-rocketed, while labor shortage is at an all-time high.

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • What factors do you need to assess before you consider building?
  • What are the options for building? Type of structure, square footage, location, technology enhancements, and more!
  • How much will upgrades cost versus what clients see in model homes? Including assessing builder grade versus desired upgrades—the potential range may determine feasibility of build
  • What are change orders?
  • What are the soft costs that may be hidden?
  • How do building codes affect the cost of new construction?
  • What is the difference in financing a new versus existing home for your client?
  • How do you explain lot and homestead tax to your client?
  • What does a new construction contract look like?
  • How are commissions paid for representation on new construction and to whom?
  • What are the options for affordable housing with new construction?

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Thu, April 02, 2020, 1:30 PM - 7:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
May 16 – May 16 Navigating Minefields: Preventing Real Estate Disaster Class (4-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Weekend
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

No two transactions are the same; therefore, licensees need extensive knowledge to troubleshoot any circumstance encountered.

Nothing can match the dynamic discussions you’ll find in our Live Classroom setting. Interact with your peers, get your questions answered directly, and let our experienced instructors guide you to success!

In this class, you’ll see how some of the most common issues are also the most time-consuming and carry the greatest risk for your client and yourself. You’ll have an opportunity for lively discussion as you are guided through the obstacles, dilemmas, and hurdles that you are likely to encounter in your real estate transactions. By identifying the potential minefields and possible remedies in various situations, you’ll be prepared to guide your clients to a smooth and memorable real estate experience.

Key Benefits

  • Discusses issues from the perspective of the buyer and the seller
  • Allows for ample discussion—you’ll get to hear interesting problems others have faced and how those issues were resolved, as well as share your experiences with others
  • Addresses topics that can only come from experience in dealing with people—the more you know about what other professionals have faced, the better prepared you can be when you’re in a similar situation
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, May 16, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Jun 13 – Jun 13 Texas Complete Salesperson CE Package 1 (18-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Weekend
Broker 18
$119.00  Add to Cart 

18-Hour MCE  Live Class Package

The Texas Real Estate Commission requires you to complete 18-hours of MCE for each license renewal. This all-inclusive package fulfills the requirements for your second and subsequent salesperson license renewal. Our expert instructors will guide you through the courses in a dynamic classroom setting.

 

 

Includes:

2018/2019 Texas Real Estate Commission Legal Update I MCE (4 Credit Hours)—In this course, you will explore up-to-date information concerning current legal issues and understand of the proper procedures to appropriately manage these issues. You face changing, and increasingly competitive, marketplace in which quick accurate decisions make the difference in cultivating successful transactions. This mandatory course will provide the knowledge you need to stay current and competitive in the Texas real estate industry.

2018/2019 Texas Real Estate Commission Legal Update II MCE (4 Credit Hours)—You face a changing, and increasingly competitive, marketplace in which quick accurate decisions make the difference in cultivating successful transactions.  This TREC Legal Update course is designed to help you increase your knowledge of the ethics requirements pertaining to Texas real estate transactions. This in-depth review will confirm your understanding and help foster proper administration of many hot topic concerns such as CSST lightning safety awareness, bonding of the gas supply system, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Home Owner’s Associations, and transfer on Death Act.

Liars, Cheaters, and Thieves: Averting Client Catastrophe (4-Credit Hours)—Can you name three of the top ten legal issues real estate professionals face today? This course enlightens you to all top ten issues, plus helps you navigate through the murky waters that can prevail when a clear understanding of real estate laws, statutes, and rulings is loosely or vaguely interpreted. Prepare for real-life real estate and avoid risky business mistakes in this essential course.

Market Pulse: What's Trending Now? (6 Credit Hours)—Our expert instructor will identify the demographics most significantly impacting real estate values, appeal, and sales. You’ll learn about the homebuyers changing appetite for alternative types of housing throughout a lifetime. Also, how to identify options, challenges, and potential solutions to address home sellers and buyer’s needs in these emerging situations. Plus, you’ll learn what technology advances your clients expect and how they want to do business with you. This course will help you become a more knowledgeable and adaptive industry leader.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, June 13, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Jun 13 – Jun 13 Navigating Minefields: Preventing Real Estate Disaster Class (4-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Weekend
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

No two transactions are the same; therefore, licensees need extensive knowledge to troubleshoot any circumstance encountered.

Nothing can match the dynamic discussions you’ll find in our Live Classroom setting. Interact with your peers, get your questions answered directly, and let our experienced instructors guide you to success!

In this class, you’ll see how some of the most common issues are also the most time-consuming and carry the greatest risk for your client and yourself. You’ll have an opportunity for lively discussion as you are guided through the obstacles, dilemmas, and hurdles that you are likely to encounter in your real estate transactions. By identifying the potential minefields and possible remedies in various situations, you’ll be prepared to guide your clients to a smooth and memorable real estate experience.

Key Benefits

  • Discusses issues from the perspective of the buyer and the seller
  • Allows for ample discussion—you’ll get to hear interesting problems others have faced and how those issues were resolved, as well as share your experiences with others
  • Addresses topics that can only come from experience in dealing with people—the more you know about what other professionals have faced, the better prepared you can be when you’re in a similar situation
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, June 13, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Jun 13 – Jun 13 Constructing Fact from Fiction: New Construction Today Class (6-Credit Hours) Dallas, TX Weekend
Broker 6
$59.00  Add to Cart 

A keen understanding of new construction and the ability to educate your clients has never been more important!

In this course, you’ll learn about the opportunities, costs, features, advantages, and challenges of new construction today. Whether you have a buyer determined to build or investigating building versus buying an existing home, this course will equip you to answer and advise your clients with confidence. Learn what’s changed in the last few years as new construction has made a comeback: land prices have increased steadily and building materials have sky-rocketed, while labor shortage is at an all-time high.

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • What factors do you need to assess before you consider building?
  • What are the options for building? Type of structure, square footage, location, technology enhancements, and more!
  • How much will upgrades cost versus what clients see in model homes? Including assessing builder grade versus desired upgrades—the potential range may determine feasibility of build
  • What are change orders?
  • What are the soft costs that may be hidden?
  • How do building codes affect the cost of new construction?
  • What is the difference in financing a new versus existing home for your client?
  • How do you explain lot and homestead tax to your client?
  • What does a new construction contract look like?
  • How are commissions paid for representation on new construction and to whom?
  • What are the options for affordable housing with new construction?

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Dallas
  • 12005 Ford Rd
  • Ste 200
  • Dallas, TX 75234

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, June 13, 2020, 1:30 PM - 7:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Jun 27 – Jun 27 Navigating Minefields: Preventing Real Estate Disaster Class (4-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Weekend
Broker 4
$49.00  Add to Cart 

No two transactions are the same; therefore, licensees need extensive knowledge to troubleshoot any circumstance encountered.

Nothing can match the dynamic discussions you’ll find in our Live Classroom setting. Interact with your peers, get your questions answered directly, and let our experienced instructors guide you to success!

In this class, you’ll see how some of the most common issues are also the most time-consuming and carry the greatest risk for your client and yourself. You’ll have an opportunity for lively discussion as you are guided through the obstacles, dilemmas, and hurdles that you are likely to encounter in your real estate transactions. By identifying the potential minefields and possible remedies in various situations, you’ll be prepared to guide your clients to a smooth and memorable real estate experience.

Key Benefits

  • Discusses issues from the perspective of the buyer and the seller
  • Allows for ample discussion—you’ll get to hear interesting problems others have faced and how those issues were resolved, as well as share your experiences with others
  • Addresses topics that can only come from experience in dealing with people—the more you know about what other professionals have faced, the better prepared you can be when you’re in a similar situation
Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, June 27, 2020, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.
Jun 27 – Jun 27 Constructing Fact from Fiction: New Construction Today Class (6-Credit Hours) Houston, TX Weekend
Broker 6
$59.00  Add to Cart 

A keen understanding of new construction and the ability to educate your clients has never been more important!

In this course, you’ll learn about the opportunities, costs, features, advantages, and challenges of new construction today. Whether you have a buyer determined to build or investigating building versus buying an existing home, this course will equip you to answer and advise your clients with confidence. Learn what’s changed in the last few years as new construction has made a comeback: land prices have increased steadily and building materials have sky-rocketed, while labor shortage is at an all-time high.

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • What factors do you need to assess before you consider building?
  • What are the options for building? Type of structure, square footage, location, technology enhancements, and more!
  • How much will upgrades cost versus what clients see in model homes? Including assessing builder grade versus desired upgrades—the potential range may determine feasibility of build
  • What are change orders?
  • What are the soft costs that may be hidden?
  • How do building codes affect the cost of new construction?
  • What is the difference in financing a new versus existing home for your client?
  • How do you explain lot and homestead tax to your client?
  • What does a new construction contract look like?
  • How are commissions paid for representation on new construction and to whom?
  • What are the options for affordable housing with new construction?

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for 7.5 hours for contractor continuing education.

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 7.5 hours of real estate continuing education.

Location Details: Session Details:
  • Norris Conference Center - Houston Westchase
  • 9990 Richmond Ave
  • Ste 102
  • Houston, TX 77042

  • Get Directions
  • #1: Sat, June 27, 2020, 1:30 PM - 7:30 PM (local)

Taught By:
  • Instructor TBD
Notes:
Please park on the roof level of the garage. Those who need handicapped or oversized vehicle parking will be the exception and there are designated spots. Management will enforce and ticket vehicles.