In this Certified New Home Sales Professional (CSP) module, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of new home construction and learn how to use this knowledge as a sales tool. This module covers basic construction terms, construction features that benefit the home buyer, steps of the builder's decision making and development process and how to effectively communicate these concepts to buyers. You will also learn to identify financing options for new home buyers.
While the core content is the same as that of the in-person course, the dynamic online version is delivered in audio and video formats. It contains on-screen text, downloadable resources, a transcript of the course and a discussion forum where you can pose questions, share perspectives and enhance what you've learned. The online course offers the flexibility of taking it when you want and at your own pace. You will need to complete CSP I: The Art and Science of Selling, CSP III: Selling Skills for New Home Sales Professional, and pass the exam with a score of 70% to achieve the CSP designation.
NAHB Continuing Education: 6 hours towards CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGR, GMB, CSP, Master CSP, CMP, MIRM
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Refund Policy: No refunds are issued for on demand courses upon purchase. For more information, please contact Sheila Coble.