We've gathered a dream team of professionals in architecture, real estate, historic preservation and more to share targeted info in this groundbreaking course. Serve your clients better by gaining expert insights about the homes you work with daily. Get Old Home Certified, and you’ll get 12 hours of CE along with invaluable info you simply won’t find offered elsewhere.
Achieve a marketing edge and point of distinction in a competitive market. Enrich and leverage your knowledge of old homes and dig deep to discover why they matter to your clients, your business and your community.
This two-day course is team-taught and covers a range of topics, from area architectural styles to finding old home resources to the origins of Twin Cities’ housing and neighborhoods. From social influences on development to marketing and more, you'll get a 360-degree understanding of our local built environment. These fast-paced classes include:
Architecture of Minnesota
Why Old is Green: Sustainability in Older Homes
Marketing Old Houses
Understanding Historic Districts
Old House Vocab: From Banisters to Balustrades, Porticos to Portieres
... And more!
Old Home Certified is a Realtor® designation developed by the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota. Minnesota Realtors will earn 12 CE credits for this course, but it is open to anyone. To maintain their designation, certified agents must take 6 credits of Old Home Certified CE during the two years following completion of the Old Home Certified course.
This course is held at Keller Williams Integrity in Uptown Minneapolis on April 20 and 21. It is open to all Minnesota agents of any brokerage. Class starts at 8:00 a.m. each day, and ends by 3:45 p.m. There is a daily 1-hour lunch break.
Parking is available in the Mozaic Ramp; class attendees must pay for parking.
Refund and cancellation policy: Please email email@example.com if you wish to cancel your registration and would like a refund. Preservation Alliance of Minnesota will arrange to refund the cost of the class. Refunds are provided up to seven days prior to the class.