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|Agency Approval||Course Number||Expiration|
|Louisiana Real Estate Commission||0259||02/28/2022|
Daniel M. Douglass joined Crescent Title owner Robert J. Bergeron as a Partner in the law firm of Bergeron, Douglass, Frosch & Mack in November 2004. He is the Managing Attorney of Crescent Title's Metairie office. With over 20 years of practicing law, Danny has managed the closings of over 10,000 real estate transactions. Danny has additional experience in litigating general civil matters in the areas of Real Estate, Creditor's Rights, Negotiable Instruments, Security Devices, Contracts, Leases and the Uniform Commercial Code. He is an expert in wills and successions and has extensive experience in foreclosure litigation.
Danny lectures frequently to investors and home buyers on the legal aspects of buying and selling property. He is also certified to provide state-mandated continuing education courses and teaches hundreds of real estate agents annually.
Danny graduated from Louisiana State University in 1993 where he earned a B.A. He earned his Juris Doctorate from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 1996.
Louisiana State Bar Association
Jefferson Parish Chamber of Commerce
Louisiana Land Title Association
National Land Title Association
Louisiana Association of Independent Land Title Agents
Affiliate with the Mortgage Lenders Association and the New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS®
Licensed LREC (Louisiana Real Estate Commission) Vendor and certified LREC instructor on the topics of Louisiana Real Estate Contracts, Understanding Title Insurance, How to Sell an REO, Successions & Foreclosures, What Every Agent Should Know About the Property Disclosure Form, Lease/Purchase, Owner Financing & Bond for Deed, New Agent Seminar: Essentials of a Closing, Foreclosure, Succession Issues Affecting Real Estate Transactions, Condominiums, Landlord-Tenant Issues, How to Stay Out of Trouble in a Troubled World, and Purchase Agreement Pitfalls.
Conducts REALTOR® New Member Code of Ethics Orientation classes for NOMAR.
Conducts new homebuyer training courses for NDF, Acorn, and Jefferson Housing.
Robert Bergeron is the principal in the law firm of Bergeron, Douglass, Frosch and Mack and owner of Crescent Title LLC, which was established in March 2003. He is the Managing Attorney of Crescent Title's Uptown office. With over 20 years of experience in real estate law, Bob manages and conducts over 1800 commercial and residential real estate transactions a year. He also works with investors in forming business entities and creating condominium regimes. Throughout the metropolitan New Orleans area, he is considered the authority in the field of 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges.
Bob is recognized throughout the area as an expert on Louisiana real estate law. He lectures frequently to investors and home buyers on the legal aspects of buying and selling property. He is also certified to provide state-mandated continuing education courses and teaches hundreds of real estate agents annually.
Bob graduated from Loyola University in 1984 where he earned a B.B.A. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School, where he obtained membership on the Moot Court Board.
The American Bar Association
New Orleans Bar Association
The Louisiana Land Title Association
The Louisiana Mortgage Association
Sponsor/Educator for New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® (NOMAR)
Member/Sponsor of the Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute (CCIM)
Instructor with over 13 years experience teaching continuing education to real estate agents, CPAs, and attorneys in the metropolitan New Orleans area.
Licensed LREC (Louisiana Real Estate Commission) Vendor and certified LREC instructor on the topics of Understanding Title Insurance, Successions & Foreclosures, What Every Agent Should Know About the Property Disclosure Form, Lease/Purchase, Owner Financing & Bond for Deed, Succession Issues Affecting Real Estate Transactions, Condominiums, How to Stay Out of Trouble in a Troubled World, Purchase Agreement Pitfalls, Landlord-Tenant Issues, New Agent Seminar-Essentials of a Closing, Federal Fair Housing Act, Top Ten Roadblocks to a Successful Closing and How to Avoid Them, and 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges.
Ehile I loved the presenters who did a great job, a good portion of the course related to Management which I do not do. There seemed to be no new or compelling information as far as overseeing a brokerage company. A good refresher course at best.
Very helpful class. Thank you.
This was the worst session that I ever attended in 40 years of real estate. Speakers were off topic and did not relate their stories most of the time to the section or slide presented. Both speakers discussed the topic of support animals in detail (not usually a problem for Realtors even those in Property Management. They kept referring to ways one could discriminate legally under certain circumstances. I very poor choice of words. As Realtors, we do not discriminate under any circumstances! Not being able to pay for something is not a discriminatory action! This has nothing to do with a protected class of people. Not matter what your are if you cannot pay for something you cannot buy it. The session was suppose to be for Brokers but the content was for new recruits not seasoned veterans in the real estate business. Boring, boring, boring. Most of the attendees played with their phones the whole time. The packet and the presentation did not seem to be coordinated. If these guys were emulating their college professors, I really feel sorry that no one modeled a better teaching example to them. If I could have left early into the session I would have done so. I joined the rest of the group and found some articles to read on my phone. Please do not hire these guys for any other mandatory course!
Great class, engaging speakers.
The room we were in had issues with the sound. Instructor sound was muffled in the back. We were not able to follow along in the handout. The second instructor was better. I think the sound was corrected and he followed the handout better.
Love crescent title team teaching the course!!!
it was interesting.
Some of these things have too broad of an overview. You should take one or two important points and then review then very in-depth. I'm sure some people would find that boring and your target audience may be smaller but you will get people who need that very specific information. Example, As a broker, what are the very specific things that need to be addressed, looked over, be warned against etc. when picking a licensee? Forms for that? Discuss percentage splits? Paperwork to be filed with LREC or local Board? Actual forms, not just concept.