Maryland Association of REALTORS®
2017 Spring Commercial Symposium
Open to all Real Estate Practitioners
May 3, 2017
WHERE: American Visionary Arts Museum (Jim Rouse Visionary Center, 3rd floor), 800 Key Hwy., Baltimore, MD Click here for directions. To learn more about the American Visionary Arts Museum, click here.
Online Registration Open Until April 27th.
8:00 - 9AM: Registration & Networking Breakfast
9:00AM - 12:00PM: "Commercial Agency" (MD 3 hours, MREC Category "H", Course #856-1604; and, DC 3 hours, Elective, Course #13212)
Presenter: Chuck Kasky, CEO, Maryland Association of REALTORS
This required commercial agency course is the ideal place to start or brush up on your duties to both clients and customers. The class will cover several topics, including: the definition of an agency relationship; how such a relationship is created and terminated; the duties owed by an agent; sub-agency; and dual agency including a section on undisclosed dual agency and the types of remedies and damages a real estate broker's client may claim in a lawsuit.
12:00 - 1:00PM: Networking Lunch
1:00 - 2:30PM: Baltimore's Renaissance - Moderator: Anirban Basu (MD 1.5 hours, MREC Category "F", Course #857-1604)
We have assembled a panel of experts to discuss Baltimore's current and proposed commercial projects and infrastructure projects happening in Baltimore right now. Port Covington and the Howard Street Tunnel will be topics of discussion also.
Panelists: Mike Gill, Secretary of Commerce, State of Maryland
William H. Cole IV, President and & CEO of Baltimore Development Corporation
2:30 - 3:00PM: Afternoon Break
3:00 - 4:30PM: Legislative Update (MD 1.5 hours, MREC Category "A", Course #859-1604)
Presenter: Bill Castelli, Esq. Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Maryland Association of REALTORS
Mr. Castelli will be providing a 1.5 hour Legislative/Legal
update with an emphasis on issues affecting commercial real property.
4:30 - 6:00PM: Happy Hour Networking Reception
Abundant metered parking available on Covington Street and Key Highway. The parking meters pricing ranges from $.50 per hour to $2.00 per hour. Handicapped accessible. Paid Parking is also available in the Public Parking Lot at The Rusty Scupper Restaurant on Key Hwy. $18 for 12 hours at the Rusty Scupper Parking Lot. All parking is first come, first served.
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