30 May Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification (RVAR) Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification (RVAR) Thursday, May 30, 2019 6 CE Hours Rogue Regency Inn, Medford, Oregon Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancelation Policy The Military Relocation Professional (MRP) certification is for real estate professionals who want to work with current and former military service members. The MRP certification program educates REALTORS® about working with U.S. service members and their families and veterans to find the housing solutions that best suit their needs and to take full advantage of available benefits and support. What You Gain: Understanding of the processes and procedures involved in a military relocation and how these impact service members’ relocation and housing choices Ability to provide information to help members through a rent or buy, sell or rent decision-making process Ability to identify and provide services that help service members sell or find and purchase suitable homes The knowledge of the military relocation process you need to guide service members through the real estate transaction Ability to explain the basics of VA financing Access to the members-only marketing tools and resources Rogue Regency Inn Rogue Regency Inn2300 Biddle RdMedford, OR 97504 Map & Directions Barbara Canaday Barb Canaday (Realtor, ePro) is a Principal Real Estate Broker with 24 years industry experience, and has been a Platinum member of the Million Dollar Club and the RE/MAX Executive Club. Barb is the Managing Principal Broker and Senior Portfolio Manager for Relay Resources, a nonprofit provider of housing, education and jobs for the disabled and others facing barriers to employment in the Portland, Oregon area.Barb graduated cum laude from the University of Portland with a BA in Communications and minors in Marketing and Management, completing a 4-year degree in 3 years while spending one of those years studying abroad. Barb was a National Merit Scholar semifinalist, received Honors at Entrance to the University’s Honors College, and was an Oregon Scholar. As a youth, Barb was an internationally ranked Equestrienne who was offered a junior position on the US Equestrian team in Colorado Springs, Colorado in preparation for the 1984 Olympics. Injuries ended her career.Barb has volunteered in youth sports for 16 years as a coach, team mom, referee coordinator and athletic director. Barb and her husband have been married for 30 years. The Canaday’s have three children, a well-loved golden retriever and his equally loved cat. OAR Live CoursesOAR reserves the right to cancel a course if a minimum enrollment* is not met, in which case a full refund would be given. OAR rarely cancels a class due to bad weather. Email all cancellation requests to email@example.com. *The number qualifying for minimum enrollment is determined by course provider. To receive a full refund, a cancellation request must be received via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) 48-hours prior to the start of any class. Any cancellation request received after the 48-hour time period will result in no refund. No refunds or credit given for NO-SHOWS. Emergency cancellations may be considered by the course provider and will be reviewed on a case by case basis. OAR Live Courses & Online Courses Are NON-TRANSFERABLE.OAR live and online courses are different products. Time spent in each cannot be transferred from one to the other, or interchanged. All students should be advised that they are required to complete 100% of the OAR course solely live in the classroom or 100% of the OAR course solely online; if a student chooses to cancel from one mode to another, they must start the course again from the beginning. A cancellation must be approved by OAR.