We will be adhering to Covid Safety Protocols set forth by the state and will make socially distancing in the classroom a priority. We also encouraging all attendees to wear a mask to protect all.
New Cancellation Policy – PLEASE READ
All cancellation requests must be made in writing. An 50% refund will be granted when the cancellation request is received 7 business days prior to the scheduled class/event. No refunds will be granted if the request is received later than 7 days prior to the scheduled class/event. Registrations are non-transferrable.
No-Shows Policy – Registrants who fail to attend the class and do not contact RACM Staff prior to the class/event start date with a cancellation request in writing (see above), will automatically forfeit all registration fees and/or be subject to a $25 No-Show fee.
CREST Classroom Rules and Regulations:
All cellular phones must be turned off or in silent mode, so as not to disturb the class.
No more than 10 minutes of each class may be missed in order to still receive CEU credits. Late arrivals will not be given CEU credits for the class.
Both the Sign In and Sign Out sheets for each class attended must be signed in order to receive CEU credits.
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RACM Annual Meeting: Thursday, Oct 21, 2021
October 21, 2021 @ 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
- 2022 Slate of Officers & Directors
- Bylaw Revision
PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS FOR THIS YEAR’S CRUCIAL VOTES:
The presentations will consist of:
- 2022 RACM Budget
- 2021 Committee Update
- 2021 MAR Update
- 2021 NAR Update
- 2021 Milestone Awards
- 2021 Milestone Recipients
- Commitment to Excellence Endorsed Members
- 2021 President’s Award Recipient
- Legaz is a REALTOR®, retired NYPD Police Sergeant, 2021 NYSAR President, and 2020 NAR REALTOR® Safety Advisory Committee Chairperson will explain how real estate professionals can reduce the risk of being targeted by predators. Dave will discuss various predatory behaviors, and steps agents can take to reduce the likelihood of getting into an unsafe situation while on the job.
After a successful career as one of New York’s Finest, Dave retired as a Sergeant in 2002 after responding to the 9/11 World Trade Center tragedy and losing his partner. Dave combines his two decades of law enforcement experience and 25 years of real estate practice to teach real estate professionals internationally how to reduce their risk of being targeted by a predator.
In 2019, as a Graduate of the NAR Leadership Academy, Dave petitioned NAR’s Leadership Team to create a REALTOR® Safety Advisory Committee and was appointed its first Chairperson for 2020. He is also the Education Chairperson and a Board of Director with the Beverly Carter Foundation whose mission is dedicated to improving agent safety. Dave also co-authored an agent safety book named, “Safe Selling: A Practical Guide for Preventing Crime without Sacrificing the Sale.”