The Senior Advantage Real Estate Council (SAREC) on Friday announced that it has approved the Century 21 MatureMoves program training curriculum as an alternative to the two-day live lecture required to earn its Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designation.

C21 affiliates who complete the MatureMoves training course in lieu of the live lecture portion must also pass the related SRES course examination and fulfill all SAREC membership requirements.

“The SRES designation allows senior home buyers and sellers nationwide to identify those Realtors who understand their unique real estate needs and who are dedicated to helping seniors as they transition to a new stage in their lives,” said SAREC Chairman of the Board Mike Silvas.

The Senior Advantage Real Estate Council is the organization that confers the Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation upon Realtors nationwide. SAREC is owned by Real Estate Business Services Inc. (REBS), a subsidiary of the California Association of Realtors.


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