Provider Name: Title Stream, Llc
Address: 7801 Maple St. New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone Number: (504) 861-0089

Course Summary

2020 Mandatory - Fair Housing and Cultural Diversity

This four hour interactive course lays the foundation and covers the essentials of State and Federal Fair Housing Laws and Protected Classes. This course is delivered through lecture, open discussion and games. Students will walk away with an elevated understanding on fair housing laws, cultural diversity and inclusion.
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Format: Classroom
Hours: 4.00
Price: Free

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Agency Approval

Agency Approval Course Number Expiration
Louisiana Real Estate Commission 0091 12/03/2022


Adam B Beckman

Adam B. Beckman manages the Title Stream Northshore Office located in Mandeville, Louisiana. Adam handles various real estate issues related to the closings that his office handles for properties throughout Southeast Louisiana. Adam has established himself as a resource for real estate agents, their buyers and sellers. He provides fluid communication and guidance concerning legal and ethical issues that arise as part of their real estate business.

As a certified instructor with the Louisiana Real Estate Commission, Adam regularly teaches classes for real estate agents. He enjoys developing new topics and sharing trending news that will benefit not just the agent, but also the consumer.

A natural conversationalist, Adam had a diverse career in both the legal world as well as in sales and marketing. Adam graduated from Mississippi State University where he received his B.S. in Political Science, followed by receiving his Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama's School of Law. When Adam is not engaged with clients or solving title issues, he is coaching his son's baseball team and enjoying outdoor adventures with his wife and their two children. No matter the audience, Adam is a people person and finds fulfillment sharing his legal stories and personal experiences with the intent to help others.

Andrew J. Treuting

Andrew J. Treuting presently heads Title Stream’s Commercial Services Department. In that role, Andrew supervises and conducts commercial real estate transactions throughout the State of Louisiana, with client relationships on both a local and national level. Andrew’s practice focuses on all matters of property law, contract drafting and review, business organization, and estate planning and administration. Andrew received his B.A. in English Literature, with a minor in Political Science, from Louisiana State University, and earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans. Andrew is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association and the American Bar Association, and practices before all Louisiana State Courts. He is a member of the Louisiana Land Title Association and the American Land Title Association, an affiliate member of the New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors and licensed with the State of Louisiana Commissioner of Insurance as a title insurance producer. In addition to the practice of law, Andrew is licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission as both a pre-licensing and post-licensing real estate course instructor. In his spare time, Andrew most enjoys spending time with his wife, Catherine, and their children, Campbell and Stanton. Having grown up in a very large Louisiana family, Andrew is an avid foodie and considers himself an amateur chef, so his family time generally centers around the kitchen, or by a boiling pot or grill at their home in New Orleans.

Ian G Fisher

Ian G. Fisher headlines our newest and hippest office located in the heart of the historic Faubourg Marigny, which opened in early 2017. Before that, he cut his teeth at the Uptown Office and has been practicing real estate law in Orleans Parish for almost seven years. Ian is a New Orleans transplant, finding himself on the dirty coast after growing up in the West Coast’s San Francisco Bay Area, followed by fifteen years in the East Coast’s New York City.

Ian received his B.A. in Art History and Anthropology from Columbia University and his Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School, where he received the award for earning highest grade in his class in Property Law. Ian is a member of the New York State Bar and the Louisiana State Bar. He fancies himself as one of the best closers in New Orleans, always making his buyers and sellers feel comfortable through an experience that can be fraught with anxiety and uncertainty. He looks forward to seeing you at his round closing table where everyone is a queen or king!

Nathan Board

Nathan C. H. Board is Title Stream’s curative attorney based out of the Uptown Office where he conducts closings, title, curative work and all aspects of Real Estate Law. Nathan’s interests in linguistics and history led him into the legal field. He received his B.A. in Sociology from Louisiana State University followed by receiving his Juris Doctorate from the Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Nathan is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, American Bar Association, and the Louisiana Land Title Association. He is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts, and in the United States District Courts for the Middle, Eastern, and Western Districts of Louisiana.

Nathan enjoys spending time outdoors, the Saints and LSU athletics. When he is not closing deals, Nathan spends a lot of his time in Sweden. Should the need arise, Nathan is more than happy to conduct your real estate closing in Swedish.

Olivia K Byers

Olivia K. Byers specializes in residential real estate, specializing in successions, and is based out of the Title Stream Metairie Office. Olivia’s primary focus is residential and commercial real estate closings for properties throughout southeast Louisiana, but she also handles all matters ancillary to the title process, such as reviewing successions, community property settlements, drafting restrictions, boundary disputes, etc.

Before a potential new file is even opened, Olivia is already skimming the land records for general title conflicts so that she can brief clients ahead of time on what to expect through out the process. No two transactions are ever the same in real estate, and Olivia enjoys identifying and suggesting solutions on issues before clients even realize there is a problem.

A native of Baton Rouge, Olivia received her B.S. and Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University. She has two Fantasy Football championships, but has lost count on how many times she has been to Disney World; and yes, she will return your calls to ensure the happiest place on Earth is at her closing table.

Roxanne Mckenzie

Roxanne M. Mckenzie manages the Baton Rouge Office of Title Stream, where she handles all matters ancillary to the title process. Despite a diverse legal background, Roxanne found her passion in real estate law. More than just a series of transactions, real estate law is an industry built around relationships, and she finds joy in facilitating a person’s dream of home ownership. Her goal is to ensure all parties feel comfortable when they sit down at her closing table.

Roxanne received her B.A. in English with a minor in French from Louisiana State University, and her Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center. She is a member of the Greater Baton Rouge Association of Realtors and the Louisiana Bar Association.

When she is not practicing real estate law, Roxanne enjoys spending time with her four children. She also enjoys playing the guitar and sings for fun. Back in the day she won contests singing competitively, but has since passed that torch to her kids, who also share a love for music.



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By William Baker on 02/17/2020

Instructors made material interesting and entertaining by incorporating video, group quizzes, etc.


By Shari Boudreaux on 02/14/2020

Very Good!!


By Amy Poyadou on 02/13/2020

I always learn something new in these classes that are very important to our jobs!


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By Cynthia Hemm on 02/13/2020

Great presentation


By Debbora Hoover on 02/13/2020

he did a great job


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By Sidney Alexander on 02/13/2020

I thought Adam did an outstanding job of keeping a very difficult subject interesting for 4 hours. Not easy to do!


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By Thomas Miller on 01/23/2020 [Updated]

Adam always does a great job!


By Cheryl Bush on 01/23/2020

Excellent presenter - very thorough coverage if subject matter and pertinent, realistic examples


By Cindy Saia on 01/22/2020

Instructor Adam Beckman was excellent in his presentation of this class.


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By Madeleine Wallace on 01/14/2020

The film clips, though a little over-dramatized, and the games made this material memorable. This is a very relevant topic in today's world.


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By Josie Degrusha on 01/13/2020

The history and presenter made it interesting. The NAR inserts were informative. The scenarios were helpful. Explaining each one was great. Showing what may change was something to know before the change.


By Maria Diaz on 01/13/2020

Very interesting


By Aloysia Everett on 01/13/2020

Great presentation.


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By Christine Radcliffe on 01/13/2020

This was the best class ever! No one was falling asleep The interaction with the trivia questions was the best for learning and attention.


By Amey French on 01/13/2020

While the presenter was good, I find myself being frustrated at the presentation content. From the videos chosen to the text, it paints whites as the only ones who commit racism in housing. It is well noted there are many Muslim no go areas where whites and Jews and police are not welcome. There are many black neighborhoods that are not welcoming of whites and resent the gentrification of their neighborhoods. We have seen violence committed by blacks towards whites and Jews as well as the racist teaching of Louis Farrakhan and Rev. Wright. After having spent much time in China over three years, I learned through my fiance's Chinese secretary that they do not care for Indians, the Uyghurs or those with darker skin. We have real estate agents that are black, Hispanic, Chinese, Muslim, etc. These cultures are not always accepting of those different from theirs thus, are certainly capable of racism in housing. I would like to see this topic of racism in housing presented from a point that reflects that. Whites are not the only race capable of racism in housing, all races being capable of racism and inherent bias.


By Rhenda Saporito on 01/13/2020


By Senem Isim on 01/13/2020

Informative and fun


By Michele Branigan on 01/13/2020

This course had an interactive component that all attendees could use their phones to participate. I thought this was clever and made it more engaging.