Two New CE Classes – Just Announced!

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We’re please to announce that we have just added two new classes to the MMH School of Continuing Education!

First, is a class called “Overview of Georgia Property Tax System and Property Tax Appeals Process” taught by Hap Richardson.  This class will focus on the legal definition of fair market value, the annual notice of assessment, six grounds for property tax appeal, four options as to who will resolve the property tax appeal, form PT-311a (appeal of assessment form), homestead exemptions and more.

Hap Richardson is the owner of HLR Law, a boutique law firm that specializes in property tax appeals.  HLR Law has filed over 1,000 property tax appeals in over 30 counties in Georgia.  Hap has also held his Real Estate license since 2009 and his Broker’s license since 2013.

Our second class is called “Leveraging Social Media for your Real Estate Biz” taught by Megan Blanks.  This class was created to help educate real estate agents on the best, most effective ways to incorporate social media into their marketing strategy.  At the end of this class, agents will leave with a better understanding of which platforms to be on, what to post, when to post, how to create and implement a social media strategy as well as how to build brand awareness, foster community engagement online and best practices to consider when using social media for your business.

Megan Blanks is the Co-Founder and CCO of Southbound Social, a social media agency created to help real estate agents and small business owners optimize social media for their marketing strategy.  She has been a licensed real estate agent since 2007 and is coming up on 10 years with McManamy McLeod Heller where she started first as a pre-closer and is currently serving as their Marketing Director/Social Media Manager.

Keep an eye on our CE School calendar here for more details on our newly scheduled classes!

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