It was a very busy week for Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit real estate professionals taking advantage of what their Association had to offer.
The last Friday of every month brings a new focus of continuing education to the three regional chapters of the Mexico Real Estate Association (AMPI – Asociacion Mexicana de Profesionales Inmobiliarios). The May course entitled, AMPI: Code of Ethics and Conduct, brought together more than 50 agents with an interest in furthering their professional careers.
Presenting this course were brokers, Saul Groman-Carpe Diem, Harriet Murray-Cochran Real Estate, Juan Jose Martinez-My Home Vallarta, Silvia Elías and David Pullen from PV Realty, who encountered a stimulating rapid-fire question and answer session at the end. A similar course had been offered in 2010 by AMPI National in which they spoke about the Code of Ethics and Conduct for all real estate professionals in Mexico. This present course was meant to augment the previous one by adding information on a more local basis and applying specific criteria.
Continuing education is a prominent issue for AMPI to guarantee all area agents have the ability to serve their community with the utmost professionalism and training available. Our Code of Ethics and Conduct is an integral part of this.
The day before the seminar the AMPI Riviera-Nayarita Chapter held their monthly meeting hosted by a new development in Marina Vallarta, Nima Bay Condominiums. The association members were given a presentation which had previously been shown at an investors’ conference held in Vallarta last month. Following the presentation, a tour of beautiful Nima Bay was conducted to familiarize the agents with the property.
More information regarding the Mexico Real Estate Association can be obtained at Vallarta Nayarit MLS.