Why not just sell “Master” designations at Starbucks?
And to think, back in the day, we had inspectors complaining that 1,000 hours was too few for Certified Master Inspector.
Week one: Deciding what to write on your sign.
Week two: Where to place the sign in the yard.
Week three: Which end of the sign goes into the dirt.
Week four: Deciding what direction the sign should face.
Week five: What to do if the sign falls over.
Week six: What to do when the sign yellows, cracks and fades from age.
Week seven: How to safely remove the aging sign from your rectum after your contract expires and you attempt to renew it.
Week eight: How to store your sign until you find a new yard to put it in.
Thanks James for the chuckle you made my Day
Gee is that all? What a bargain!
"And as a member of the National Association of REALTORS® you can save even more. REALTORS® will save an additional $10,000 on their degree!
Full program cost:
Full program cost for REALTORS®:
Believe it or not … “Week three” is where most of the students wash out.