Architecture of the 1920s - 3 CE credits for MN REALTORS
05/18/2017 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Hennepin History Museum
2303 3rd Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Why were so many Minnesota homes built in the 1920s? We’ll dig into that question and examine the variety of architecture created here during the “roaring twenties.” Architectural features (think built-in buffets and three-season porches), construction trends and societal context will help to explain this decade-long housing boom. Students will learn about common and popular house styles, who was building them, the neighborhoods they formed and what distinctive elements made these dwellings desirable to buyers.
Taught by architectural historian Alyssa Auten, this Old Home Certified class is worth 3 CE credits to licensed Minnesota Realtors®. If you are not a realtor and are interested in taking this course please register for the evening session.
Registration and Refunds
Online pre-registration is mandatory; we are unable to take walk-ins.
Refund and cancellation policy: No refunds or credits will be granted for non-attendance. Refunds are provided up to seven days prior to the class. Please email email@example.com if you wish to cancel your registration and would like a refund. Preservation Alliance of Minnesota will refund the cost of the class within 7 days of your cancellation.
Late Arrival/Early Departure Policy
DOC rules state that all attendee’s receiving continuing education credit must arrive and stay during the scheduled class time. If you are not on time or cannot stay for the whole class you will not be able to receive your CE credits.
Brought to you by the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, this course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 3 hours for real estate continuing education. It is open to all.