On Tuesday, June 25th, Douglas Elliman hosted close to 70 real estate professionals for its first free continuing education class in the Hamptons. The event was held at 230 Elm in Southampton and attendees included a mix of agents from Douglas Elliman and other brokerages. The class topic was “Storm Front: Resiliency to Forces of Nature,” led by Andrew Lieb, Esq. of the Lieb School. The class counts as 3 credits toward real estate license renewal.
“We are extremely proud to offer this level of service not only to our Elliman agents, but to the broader real estate community in the Hamptons. It’s an extension of the free education series we started in Melville two and a half years ago, and we experienced overwhelming interest from the Hamptons community. Judging from the turnout, there is a real need for this type of program here, and we will continue to offer these free classes throughout the year,” Ann Conroy, President of Douglas Elliman’s Long Island Division, said.
“It was exciting to see this event generate so much interest among the local real estate community. Douglas Elliman is committed to raising the standard of excellence across our industry, regardless of brokerage affiliation, and I anticipate even more success with future free classes in the Hamptons,” Paul Brennan, Manager of Douglas Elliman’s Bridgehampton Office, added.
The event was sponsored by Douglas Elliman Real Estate, DE Capital Mortgage and DE Title Services.
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