Long & Foster course for agents is worth 2 collegiate credits

Industry Watch

May 06, 2001

Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.'s Fast Start training course has received collegiate approval for two undergraduate elective transfer credits to people who complete the course work.

Fast Start is one of the courses in Long & Foster's career development program. The course, which is for new agents, includes about 60 hours of instruction in real estate law, market development, ethics, sales and contracts, as well as negotiating, finance and marketing.

Long & Foster, the fourth-largest real estate firm in the country, said it is the only real estate company to have a new-agent training program that grants students college-transferable credits. For more information, call: 800-543-3365.

News in brief

Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. of Bel Air won several awards recently at the Century 21 Greater Maryland Brokers Council Inc. Annual Awards Banquet, including the Gold Medallion Office Award, The Top Office in Greater Maryland in Gross Closed Commissions Award, Quality Service Office Award, and the Quality Service Pinnacle Award.

On the move

Century 21 Diana Realty Inc. of Bel Air said Debra Fowler joined the company as a sales associate.

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