Impacts of Marijuana in Real Estate 2(CE) with John Gilliam
352 Lake Dillon Dr.
Dillon, CO 80435
2(CE) Impacts of Marijuana in Real Estate. Learn the basics of current impacts of Marijuana laws on real estate in the Summit Area.
With Instructor, John Gilliam. This class is approved for 2(CE) of SAS Designation Elective Credit.
Registration and Lunch @ 12.00 PM
Summit Area Specialist approved for 2(CE) of SAS Designation Elective Credit.
- This course is designed to give a basic understanding of the current impacts of Marijuana laws on real estate in the Summit Area, including a review of the Ballot and Amendment 64, basic understanding of the law, the dangers of buyer brokerage when marijuana products area in the open, identifying potential grow operations as well as known grow operations for personal use and how to deal with the potential disclosures that will need to made to avoid liability by the broker.
John Gillam is a 3rd generation real estate broker. After working in New Mexico in social work, John came to Colorado in 2000 to begin his career in real estate. Working in the Durango area afforded John the ability to work with other brokers to gain experience in both rural and urban markets as well as seeing the complexities of varying commercial markets and farm and ranch properties. Being able to support clients from those buying their first home, to those selling their last, has been a privilege. Licensed in both Colorado and New Mexico, he originally started as a sales Manager with an office in Durango. He began teaching pre-license courses in 2004 and found a passion for working with brokers in realizing the importance of the role they play in their communities. He tries to develop greater understanding of how brokers may better protect themselves and their clients through a stronger knowledge of their relationships, contracts and exploring broader options for their clients and knowing how to best communicate those. John continues to be active in his local Board of Realtors, was a chair for the CREN MLS for over 4 years, and outside of real estate continues working in the social service arena act.