|Agency Approval||Course Number||Expiration|
|Louisiana Real Estate Commission||0012||03/11/2021|
BURK BAKER is a licensed Louisiana real estate Broker and instructor. He is the
owner of the Burk Baker School of Real Estate and Appraising which has been in
operation for 38 years, with classes held in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles,
Metairie, Mandeville, and Monroe, as well as Natchez, Mississippi. He was licensed in
1977 and has been a Broker since 1979. He has also taught GRI courses sponsored by
the Louisiana Realtors Association as well as Louisiana Real Estate Commission
sponsored seminars throughout the state. Mr. Baker also teaches courses for local
Boards of Realtors both in Louisiana and Mississippi. His personalized teaching
methods, utilizing humor as a teaching tool, not only make class fun and interesting,
but are also highly successful as an instructional method.
CHARLYNE DIXON HEBERT
Char Hebert is a license real estate salesperson and certified real estate instructor.
DANIEL J. SMITH
Dan Smith if a certified instructor and has taught classes for Burk Baker School of Real Estate & Appraising since 2003.
Kevin Bayles is a licensed Louisiana broker and is a certified prelicense instructor. Kevin has taught classes for Burk Baker School of Real Estate since 2016. He has proven to be an excellent instructor and regularly attends more than the required number of continuing education classes in order to keep abreast of his field and increase his knowledge.
Lisa Baker is a licensed real estate broker in Louisiana and is a certified instructor and co-owner of Burk Baker School of Real Estate & Appraising
Mrs. Leo is a licensed real estate agent and a certified real estate instructor. She has been teaching for Burk Baker School of Real Estate since 2012.
Mr. Leo is a licensed Louisiana real estate broker and certified instructor. He received his initial real estate license in 2004 and has been an instructor for Burk Baker School of Real Estate for many years. He is currently a broker/manager for Gardner Realtors.
DANIEL P. MACKEY
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JOHNNY M. WADE
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I am working toward my broker license. A lot of this material I haven't seen, or used (or is illegal in the state of Louisiana) since I took the course for my sales person license. I wish there was more relevance to the actual job we perform. To me, it would seem prudent to have licensees well versed in the actual contracts we regualarly execute for others... rather than memorizing the types of ownership that don't exist in our state. Additionally, it would be nice to have consistency on the quizzes and tests when an answer is incorrect. Some have nothing, just a red highlight. Some have a reference to a section where you can find the answer, and some have the answer and an explanation.
Very Useful and the Support when you call is great.