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Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) Live Virtual Course

Explore every aspect of residential real estate transactions from a buyer’s perspective. Learn how to attract more buyer-clients and elevate your services to ensure you are meeting all your fiduciary responsibilities when representing buyers. 

Recently updated with input from top subject matter experts, the ABR® Live Virtual Course features new information and research relevant to the state of the current market. The Live Virtual Course will be presented by one of the buyer representation industry’s top educators, Lynn Madison.

By registering for this course, you are taking the first step in receiving your ABR® Designation. Learn more about the benefits and resources you'll gain access to when you become an Accredited Buyer's Representative.

June 7 – 8, 2022, 10am – 5pm CDT
Instructor: Lynn Madison 
Cost: $169

Please note: No CE credit will be given for this virtual course.

Refer-A-Colleague Promotion: Refer someone to the ABR® Live Virtual Course and be entered to win a $100 VISA gift card. Simply fill out this form with your information and the information of the individual you referred. (No purchase necessary. For details and alternate method of entry, see Official Rules. Void where prohibited.)

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About the Instructor: Lynn Madison

Lynn is the owner of Lynn Madison Seminars, a full-service training and development company devoted to the advancement of professionalism in real estate. 

Formerly Lynn was Vice President and Director of Career Development for The Prudential Preferred Properties in Chicago, a 25-office firm with over 900 associates, where she authored and trained their New Agent Institute. Before that she held the same position with First United Realtors, a local independent with 28 offices. She was manager of two different offices for First United. Prior to that, she was an award-winning salesperson – receiving their Salesperson of the Year honors. 

Lynn speaks annually at the NAR conventions and is an ABR, BPOR, GRI, SFR, SRES, and SRS instructor and has conducted classes in over 30 states. Lynn's involvement with REBAC goes beyond instructing. She conducts the trainer recertification program for REBAC instructors annually and has authored or co-authored the SFR, ABR and BPOR courses. 

At the National level, Lynn currently serves on the NAR Professional Development Committee the RPAC Participation Council and has served on Equal Opportunity and Cultural Diversity as well as Professional Standards and Risk Management. Lynn has been honored with two NAR Hall of Fame memberships - RPAC and REBAC. 

Lynn is ITI certified, a member of the Real Estate Educators Association, was a National Educator of the Year award winner, has received the Educator of the Year award from AIREE, the Illinois real estate educator of the year and REALTOR® of the Year honors from her local association in 2003 and was named the Illinois Association REALTOR of the Year for 2011.

Important Notes: 

  • Registration ends June 3.

  • No CE credit will be granted for this virtual course.  

  • Please note that you must be in attendance for the entirety of the course in order to receive credit. If you miss the day, log in late, or leave early, no course credit will be awarded. No partial credit will be granted. No exceptions. 

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