Colorado Division of Real Estate to host Safety Day
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Safety Day at the Division of Real Estate set for April 25th, 2018
Realty Watch Program
This class presented by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department provides education on safety issues and concerns for real estate professionals, HOA board members, and the general public.
Purpose of the Class
Real estate professionals and homeowners are helping the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office to make neighborhoods safer as part of a partnership known as the Realty Watch program. It’s much easier to sell a home, business or property if the area has a low incidence of crime. Homeowners who attend this educational session can gain peace of mind knowing that trained eyes are keeping watch on listed homes. A partnership of law enforcement, real estate professionals, HOAs, and homeowners will make communities safer for all. This class is designed to teach real estate professionals:
- Crime prevention.
- Proper crime-reporting techniques.
- Property and personal protection.
Date, Time and Location
April 25, 2018
10 - 12 pm
Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) 1560 Broadway Ave., Suite 1940 - 19th floor - Building Conference Room, Denver, CO 80202
CE Credit Available
2 CE Credit hours will be available for Real Estate Broker and Community Association Manager licensees that can be used to fulfill the elective portion of Division of Real Estate education requirements to maintain your license.
Licensees must attend the entire presentation in person in order to be eligible for CE credits.
Seating is limited
This event is free to the public but seating is limited to 75.
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