South Shore Attorney David Spillane recently taught a course on foreclosures and short sales to a packed classroom of Jack Conway Realtors at the company’s Norwell headquarters. The 2-hour session, arranged by Conway Director of Agent Services Christopher Haraden, awarded two continuing education credits to the attendees toward their state-mandated requirements for license renewal.
“Attorney Spillane engaged us all with his dynamic speaking skills and knowledge of the subject,” said Chairman Jack Conway, who took the course along with his associates. “He explained the foreclosure and short sale processes from the expert standpoint of a lawyer who works with banks and homeowners on these transactions all the time. We were delighted to have him teach at our school.”
More than 300 Conway sales agents also earned continuing education credits for courses they took at the Conway Country Annual Convention held on Feb. 3 at the Quincy Marriott Hotel. The event kicked off with an instructional workshop by international real estate coach Matt Ferrara, who discussed social media and the new technologies, and was followed by other training sessions held throughout the day.
“Our company has always believed in the concept of lifelong learning,” said Haraden. “And we are more than happy to help our agents get the continuing education credits they need to meet the state requirements.”
Jack Conway & Co. is celebrating its 54th anniversary with 34 sales offices from the North Shore to Boston, Cape Cod and the South Coast. The company also operates New England Mortgage Partners as a joint venture with Wells Fargo. To learn more about us and our South Shore homes for sale, contact a Jack Conway agent in your town today!