Welcome to The Peninsula Real Estate School a subsidiary of the
Virginia Peninsula Association of REALTORS®
We feel that Education is the foundation of your career development and success. Therefore, we strive to always provide you with the very best opportunities to further your product knowledge, professionalism and risk reduction in your real estate practice.
If you have any questions regarding education please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 757-599-5222 Ext. 302, Jo Daly
VPAR is pleased to announce partnership with NAR for online education, continuing education, designation courses and education resources.
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Are you lacking just an hour in Agency or Legal Update to complete your continuing education? Does your schedule prohibit you from attending classroom courses for license renewal? VPAR now offers online education to suit your needs! You can complete it online at your convenience at a very reasonable rate. Click here to receive more information or to register now.
2014 VPAR Education Courses
Standard Agency Guidance Document On Necessity For Brokerage Agreements Click HERE
To register for any events, classes or to manage your account at VPAR please log in at members.vpar.org
Tuesday April 8th– 8 Hour Required Continuing Education Course
8 Hour Required Continuing Education $50 members, $60 non-members 8: 30 A.M. -5:00 P.M.
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Register at members.vpar.org
Tuesday, May 20th - 8 Hour Elective Subjects CE Course
The Eight Hour Elective Course is for both for CE and PL elective credits! Earn eight hours of elective subject credits. Instructor is Pat Snyder. Cost is $50 for members and $60 for non-members.
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VPAR Quarterly General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, April 15th
You can help plan Hampton Road’s future! Join us for this interactive session with the Hampton Roads Planning Commission in which you get to help decide thru active discussion and work groups the future of our area in its many facets. We need your participation and the Commission is very interested in understanding what REALTORS® think! This will be a fun and interesting exercise for all of us! Cost is $15 per member. Sponsored by Atlantic Bay Mortgage and Lytle Tile & Escrow L.L.C. Register at members.vpar.org. Breakfast will be served. Starts at 8:30 a.m. Support your Association in this endeavor!
Lunch & Learn on April 17th from 12-1 with City of Hampton Rental Inspector
Join us from 12-1 p.m. for a free seminar with the City of Hampton Rental Inspector Phil Russell - he will go over what the city ordinance requires, how it is working and if any changes are coming. Great for all agents and especially property managers!
VPAR Social gets Springing Again on Monday, April 21st at Al Frescos
HMS Warranty is our sponsor so come out to Al Frescos in Newport News off Jefferson Avenue in Oyster Point. Get your Italian on from 5-7 p.m. Appetizers and specials – don’t’ forget to bring your business card for the door prize drawing!
Fair Housing Month Special: Mally Mason to instruct DPOR”S Fair Housing Course on Thursday, April 24th
Join us from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 pm. for a special class in honor of Fair Housing Month – get three hours of DPOR approved Fair Housing CE & PL credit for only $15! Mally will update you on the Fair Housing Law, go thru the protected classes, discuss the exemptions in the law, review discriminatory practices and give actual Fair Housing Case examples for you. If you are a salesperson, Broker, Property Manager, Appraiser or Lender – you need to have current Fair housing training. Register at members.vpar.org or call the Association office at 599-5222.
He’s Back – Chip Dicks is teaching the VRLTA on Friday, April 25th at VPAR!
If you manage just one property YOU NEED THIS CLASS! If you manage more than one you should be at this class every year and it is that time again! The VRLTA guru Chip Dicks spends the day at VPAR on Friday, April 25th from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Learn and understand the recent changes to the Virginia Landlord Tenant Act. Lease applications are thoroughly reviewed. Consider this class as a how-to guide for broker-agent compliance. You need to protect yourself and your business and Chip is Virginia authority on this subject. Sponsored by National Exterminating. Lunch is served. This course is pending CE and PL approval by class date
Poquoson is The Place To Be on Tuesday, May 6th
Residential REALTOR Event Discover Poquoson, 9AM-1:30PM
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In need of Continuing Education ASAP?
If so, we have a great ONLINE option for you!
Simply Visit: http://vpar.theceshop.com/
IT’S SO EASY! Enroll Today!
Broker Licensing Classes – Where are you taking your career? Get on Board the Broker Train!
Been in the business at least 2 ½ years . . . now is the time to get your Broker License or Take the Advanced Courses that you have an interest in! Instructor Pat Snyder has been teaching Broker Classes for over 35 years and has designed a Broker Licensing course that gives you great information as well as prepares you for the Broker’s License. We have divided the Broker’s Course into four modules:
Property Management March 3rd, 6th, 10th and 17th
Real Estate Law March 31st, April 7th, 14th, and 21st
Brokerage April 28th, May 1st, 5th, and 7th
Appraisal - May 12th, 15th, 19th and June 2nd
FREE Cram Course - June 9th
If you have already taken the four brokers course modules with us, but have not yet taken the exam feel free to take the cram course for FREE! If you took the classes somewhere else, you can take our brokers cram course for $50.00.
You can start with any module as this “train” keeps coming back around at least twice a year. Cost of the modules are $200 each or $750 if you register for all (4) four. Textbooks are $20 per module or $75 for the series. To view the upcoming Broker licensing schedule, click here. Generously sponsored by Monarch Mortgage.
The Accredited Buyer Representative Course will be held on September 4th and 5th, 2014
THE gold standard in real estate - and September is a discount month! With early bird pricing members pay only $255 for the 2 day designation course. Approved for 12 hours of CE/PL Credit. member.vpar.org
DPOR License Look-Up Education Credits Here
VPAR presents the new REQUIRED 30-HOUR POST LICENSING COURSES which all agents licensed on or after July 1, 2008 must complete the 30 hours within their first year of licensure, as a condition of renewal.
New salespersons may complete the eight courses (30 hours) here at VPAR. We provide all the credits needed by the 1st anniversary of licensure.
The new PLE curriculum consists of eight courses, approved for a specific number of hours as follows:
2 hrs. Fair Housing
3 hrs. Escrow Management
3 hrs. Ethics
8 hrs. Real Estate Law
3 hrs. Agency
6 hrs. Contracts
3 hrs. Risk Management
2 hrs. Current Industry Trends
VPAR only provides the Single-Track System for PLE Credits.
1. New Real Estate Salespersons initially licensed by the Virginia
Real Estate Board (the Board) on or after July 1, 2008, must complete
the 30-hour Post License Education Curriculum within one year of obtaining
this Salesperson license. If a New Salesperson fails to complete this
30-hour post license education requirement within one year of initial
licensure, then the Board will automatically place his/her license
on "Inactive" status. A licensee cannot practice real estate
in Virginia with an Inactive license. A New Salesperson licensee can
activate an Inactive license only by: 1) Completing the 30-hour post
license education requirement; and 2) Filling out and submitting an
Activate/Transfer Application form with a $60 fee to the
2. The Virginia Salesperson License is valid for two years, this
includes New Salespersons. Although New Salespersons licensed on or
after July 1, 2008, must complete their post license education within
one year of initial licensure, they will not receive any credit from
the Board for any Continuing Education courses they complete before
their first two-year licensure term ends. Some New Salesperson licensees
may be inclined to think that since they completed their 30-hour post
license education requirement, they can then immediately get started
on completing the 16-hour continuing education hours that will be
required of them during their second two-year licensure term. This
is not so. New Salespersons must wait until their first two-year licensure
term ends, then they can begin to take Continuing Education courses.
This is addressed by 18 VAC 135-20-101 of the Real Estate Board's
Regulations (Qualifications for Renewal; Continuing Education Requirements),
which states: "All active salespersons... shall be required to
complete a total of 16 instruction hours DURING EACH LICENSING TERM."
The licensee must complete the Continuing Education hours DURING the
LICENSING TERM, not BEFORE the LICENSING TERM begins.
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If you have any questions please contact Jo Daly, email@example.com or 757-599-5222