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Building Your Brand – Easy & Effective Marketing Strategies for Your Firm

H1625-22E
Sabrina Bier and Jayne Corcoran will take you through the overall branding process, how to establish your online presence, managing customer relations, exploring options for outreach and finding what works for you, strategic social media use, executing your marketing plan, and ethics considerations.
$80.00

Condos, Townhomes and Co-Ops

H1624-22E
An attorney could walk down the street and see three identical buildings. Although these buildings might be identical on the outside, one could be a townhouse, one could be a condominium, and one could be a cooperative. What is the difference between these three types of multi-family living structures? Dick Bales will discuss all three, with plenty of practical information for the real estate practitioner.
$80.00

Ethics of Vesting - Taking Title to Real Estate 2022

P2207-22E-05
This session will help you navigate ethical dilemmas by presenting case studies involving various types of title. Who is your client? Do you have duties to any third parties? What if a child brings a parent and a new stepparent to meet the lawyer and the child has expectations of inheriting the land?
$80.00

Fiduciaries and Real Property - Taking Title to Real Estate 2022

P2207-22E-04
Topics covered in this session will include successor trustees; use of tenancy by the entirety for assets in trust and when court orders are required for dispositions by personal representatives.
$80.00

Decoding Chicago Zoning

H1623-22E
This program will discuss the intricacies of the Chicago Zoning Ordinance and its implications on the real estate transactions in the City of Chicago. The webinar will provide (1) an overview of why and when a zoning inquiry and analysis is necessary and beneficial for your real estate clients; (2) how to efficiently and effectively perform zoning due diligence and obtain necessary zoning information about a property; (3) what types of zoning relief are available and authorized by the Ordinance, and how to apply for such relief from the requirements of the Zoning Code; (4) the program will also touch on the following select recent changes to the Chicago Zoning Ordinance that may affect clients who own or develop real estate in the City of Chicago: the Additional Dwelling Unit Ordinance, Pilsen Preservation District Ordinance, Predominance of the Block (606) District Ordinance and the Air Quality Ordinance. The program will provide helpful practice tips and strategies to incorporate the zoning due diligence into your real estate practice. Participants will learn to use the zoning map tool and navigate the zoning ordinance, which will enhance the level of legal services provided to their clients.
$80.00
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