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UVI-CPD TO OFFER REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON'S COURSE

July 10, 2003 – The University of the Virgin Islands' Community and Personal Development Unit will offer the Real Estate Salesperson's Course every Saturday from July 26 to Aug. 23 on the St. Croix Campus. Sessions will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The course is designed to prepare individuals to sit for the Real Estate Salesperson's Licensing Exam or to introduce individuals to a career in real estate. It also helps participants become more knowledgeable property owners, buyers and sellers.
"Buying real estate is probably one of the most significant purchases an individual will undertake," CPD Director Ilene Heyward Garner said. Students enrolled in the course will be taught by experienced real estate agents and will be "provided with the necessary tools to assist home buyers in their decision making," Garner said. Students will be instructed on real estate law, financing, appraisal, contracts and mathematics.
The cost of the course is $450 which includes 38 hours of instruction, manuals and registration fees. There are no prerequisites for the course. However, individuals interested in taking the exam must be sponsored by a real estate broker and must register for the exam with the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs.
Register through July 23. For more information, call UVI's Community and Personal Development Unit at 693-1100 or e-mail dpeters@uvi.edu.

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