Multiple Offers - The Licensee's Role

  • Date: 12/06/2018
  • All Class Dates: December 6
  • Class Times: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Instructor: Al Boothby
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire
  • Accredited in: Maine, New Hampshire


Class for a Cause provides an opportunity for real estate agents to attend certain continuing education classes AT NO COST in exchange for a donation to the local homeless shelters and soup kitchens we work with to assist those in a time of need.

Your donation is your ticket into the class! This month we are working with New Horizons. Since 1973, New Horizons has worked to assist low income persons to address the social issues facing them. Today, they are an adult homeless shelter, a soup kitchen, a food pantry and an Angie’s Shelter for Women. New Horizons works to provide hunger relief, emergency shelter, safe affordable housing and supportive services to individuals and families who are homeless or in need, enabling them to gain self-sufficiency and respect. Below is a list of some much needed items:

Peanut butter, jelly, cereal, baked beans, macaroni & cheese, canned vegetables, canned fruit, sauce, tuna fish and pasta
Coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, creamer, deodorant, blankets, sleeping bags, towels, razors, detergent, hats, gloves, backpacks, toiletries, shoes, datebooks, shower curtain liners, stamps, etc.


Many thanks to our sponsors, Regency Mortgage and Great East Title Services!


Multiple offers are becoming much more common. You may be on the sending or receiving side in a multiple offer situation. How do you handle this with your buyer client or buyer customer? How do you handle this with your seller client or customer? When do you, as the listing licensee, inform the selling licensee that a multiple offer situation is happening? When are you not allowed to inform the selling licensee of the multiple offer situation? What are the advantages and disadvantages of informing the selling licensee of the multiple offer situation? Are you familiar with all of your buyer and seller client’s options as well as the ramifications of the options available to the client. Attend this class for an in depth discussion of all of the above and more. This program has been approved for three clock hours of continuing education credit by the Maine and New Hampshire Real Estate Commissions for activation or renewal of a real estate license.

Venue: The Falls Event Center
21 Front St
Manchester, New Hampshire

Fee: $0.00

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