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Continuing Education Event

GMLRA | CE: REALTOR Code of Ethics

Thursday, October 3 | Habersham EMC

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


This course is eligible for 3 hours of CE Credit provided by GAR Partners in Education

This course meets the NAR code of ethics renewal requirement. After completion of this course, you will have a better understanding of due process and code enforcement. You will also understand how to handle complaints. This course includes several case studies in ethics. (This course provides both Real Estate Licensee CE credit and Real Estate Instructor CE credit.)


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Picture of Judge D. Parker

Judge D. Parker

Judge Parker earned his Georgia Real Estate license in 1998 Broker license in 2001 and an Instructors' License in 2010. While actively selling real estate, Judge achieved high annual sales to place him in the Multi-Million Dollar Club. Judge has handled real estate transactions in numerous areas, including first-time buyers, investment properties, foreclosures, residential resale, luxury homes, commercial resale, and commercial property management. He is an approved Georgia Association of REALTORS® Partners in Education Instructor and has served as 2015 President of Metro South Association of REALTORS®, 2017 GAR Forms Committee Chairmen and named the State of Georgia 2018 Instructor of the Year by the Georgia Association of REALTORS®. Additionally, he was awarded a grant from the Research and Recovery Fund through the Georgia Real Estate Commission to teach Broker Responsibilities and Managing a Georgia Real Estate Trust Account to Brokers and Agents in Georgia. Judge has spent countless hours training/instructing thousands of real estate professionals locally and around the State.


Habersham EMC

6135 GA-115, Clarkesville, GA 30523, USA

(706) 754-2114


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