ABR® Designation Course

The ABR® Designation Course

The Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) Designation Course is more than just the first step towards earning your designation, as it aims to provide you with valuable insights and information to make you a better real estate professional.

Course Goals

Be fully prepared with your ABR®

Be fully prepared for future real estate transactions.

Enhance communications

Enhance client communications

Build a successful business

Build a successful buyer representation business

Develop templates for buyer consultation

Develop your own template for a buyer consultation session

Earn at least 80% on the exam

Earn at least an 80% on the final exam (online course takers)

Choose Your Course

There are dozens of ABR® designation courses available online or in a live classroom format to choose from and the list is always being updated. Explore the options below to find a course that best fits your schedule.     

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Why I earned my ABR®

  • Every day, I use the skills I learned in the ABR® training.

    Marc Drabkoski, ABR®, CRS, RENE
    Cape May/Southern Atlantic Counties, NJ
    Marc Drabkoski, ABR, CRS, RENE

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