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17th Annual Commercial Real Estate
Super MCE

Co-sponsored with
the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

Tuesday and Wednesday, October 28-29, 2014
(Register NOW)

Is your TREC license about to expire or has it been on inactive status? Are you familiar with all the new and changing industry trends? What about technological changes? Have you kept abreast of ways technology can help you do your job?

Where can you obtain answers to the above questions and obtain all your TREC-required continuing education hours at one time? It’s simple: at South Texas College of Law’s 17th Annual Commercial Real Estate which is co-sponsored with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.

This year’s Commercial Real Estate includes not only the mandatory TREC Legal and TREC Ethics courses, but more than enough TREC-approved elective hours to satisfy your entire 15-hour continuing education requirement.**

Attendees will hear from commercial real estate industry experts like
Dr. Mark Dotzour about Texas’ economy, Jack Steele about Texas’ changing demographics, Dr. Harold Hunt about oil’s effect on Texas’ real estate, and Ginger Goodin about Texas’ transportation. Larry Nettles will cover frac-ing and the Clean Water Act in his presentation on hot topics in environmental law, Reid Wilson and Professor Matt Festa will deconstruct the Ashby High Rise litigation (and explain why it could happen again), and the Director of Houston’s Planning and Development department, Patrick Walsh, will provide attendees with glimpse of what the future holds for Houston. Key panels on Land, Energy, and New Development as well as several practical sessions about using (and not using) technology round out the packed agenda. There’s even a Networking Reception honoring Director Patrick Walsh at the end of Day 1 at which attendees and speakers can meet and mingle.

**This course does not meet Broker Responsibility course requirements.

Program materials will be provided only to those who attend the program. Attendees may choose to receive the program materials on a USB flashdrive or in hard copy. Program materials will not be sold separately.

Accreditation request has been submitted to theTexas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for 17 MCE hours. Provider number 0207, Real Estate Center, Texas A&M University. Includes the required legal updates and ethics hours.

This program is accredited by the State Bar of Texas for 14.75 MCLE hours including 2.25 hours of legal ethics.

This course has been approved by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.


Thank You to our generous
Patrons and Sponsors
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Garrett Townes Hall
South Texas College of Law
1303 San Jacinto Street
Houston, Texas 77002-7006


Brokers and non-lawyer Real Estate Professionals who are members of a Patron or Sponsor organization

$150   Brokers licensed less than 5 years

$285   Brokers and non-lawyer Real Estate Professionals who are not members of Patron or Sponsor organization

$375   Attorneys

  $50   Special rate for members of CCIM Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter. Must fill out the printable form and submitt to Ginger Coleman at

Click HERE to register online.

Click HERE to print Registration Form and mail in with payment.

View Registration Confirmations.

Refunds, less a $45 processing fee, will be given to those who cancel in writing no later than October 21, 2014


For special needs as addressed in the Americans with Disabilities Act, call
(713) 646-1757 or 1-800-646-1253

: Contact the CLE Director at (713) 646-1873


Call (713) 646-1757 or 1-800-646-1253 or email

Crowne Plaza Houston – Downtown
1700 Smith Street
Houston, Texas
$131 per night (guaranteed until 10/14/2014)
Book on-line at or call 1-877-834-3613





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