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Lou Jewell ALC Broker/Owner
United Country Real Estate -Land Pro
Accredited Land Consultant
Realtors Land Institute Land 101 Instructor 2 Day Course
2003 to 2018
NC Continuing Education 4 Hour Class author and instructor
“Introduction to Land Brokerage” NC Course 3314
NC Appraiser Board 4 Hour Class author and Instructor
“Rural Land Valuation Art or Science”
Member of Winston-Salem Regional MLS
Carolinas Regional Realtors MLS
Martinsville, Henry, Patrick Counties Association of Realtors
Became a North Carolina Realtor Salesperson July 7, 1994
Received North Carolina Brokers License January 5, 1998
Received Virginia Brokers License March 25, 2008
May 1998 joined the Realtors Land Institute
2003 President of the North Carolina Chapter 33 Realtors Land Institute
Chapter Board Member 1998-2018
2014-2016 Vice President Carolinas Chapter RLI (NC & SC Merged)
2016-2017 President Carolinas Chapter (NC & SC)
2004 Received ALC Designation Orlando, Fla. Certificate # 1,079
Recipient of the North Carolina’s Realtors Land Institute’s “Realtor of the Year” award 2010 and RLI Carolinas Chapter “Realtor of the Year” award 2018
2008-2017 North Carolina Board of Governance Realtors Commercial Alliance
2016-2017 State President NC Realtors Commercial Alliance
2008-2017 North Carolina RCA Forms Committee
2009 Recipient of RLI’s “Excellence in Education” Awarded in San Diego
2009 Published Article “Do you Know All 93?” TerraFirma Vol.62 No.3 Fall 2009
Author of numerous Land Articles
Attended and completed the original Land 101 Instructors class May 12, 2003 Washington DC Mid-Year NAR Convention
Applied for and later received approval for North Carolina Real Estate Commission Continuing Education (Elective four hour credit) September 22, 2003 for all RLI Land 101 Classes.
Instructed over forty Land 101 classes graduating over 4,800 Realtors from over twenty-seven states. Taught in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, California and Nebraska. Taught at the 2009 National Realtors Convention in San Diego. Recruited over 300 new RLI members and numerous RLI sponsors.
RLI Annual Land Conference Committee member for Fort Worth Land Convention
Attended 2003 Washington Mid-Year and qualified to teach Land 101 class. Completed the Land 101 Instructors mandatory update class November 3, 2004 in Orlando, FLA and at the NAR National Convention 2005 and again May 2006 in Washington DC at the Mid-Year NAR Convention
Attended NAR 2004 Orlando National, 2005 San Francisco National, 2006 New Orleans National, 2007 Las Vegas National, 2008 Orlando National, 2009 San Diego National.
Attended RLI Land Conferences Nashville 2009, Fort Worth 2010, Nashville 2011, Charleston 2014, Tucson 2015, Dallas 2016, Charlotte 2017, Nashville 2018
Developed the first four hour continuing education course on the subject of Land, “Introduction to Land Brokerage” Course 3314 approved by the NC Real Estate Commission December 28th, 2004. Only Land Instructor on NC
Developed the first 4 Hour Land class for the North Carolina Appraisal Board. “Rural Land Valuation Art or Science” First class January 2017 Only Land Instructor.
Developed a series of Land videos for public consumption on our website and YouTube
2007 initialized and promoted through Glory Bowman RLI Ex VP adding the specialty “Land” to our Realtors Code of Ethics Article 11. Adopted and included January 2009
2008 on the NC RCA Commercial Forms Committee instigated and orginazined a “Land Information Worksheet”. This approved NC Real Estate Form 502 approved Jan 2010 has over 78 Land Issues and Observations. It is being submitted to NC Legislation 2017 for a request to be included as required Land Disclosure Form for all Land transactions in the State of North Carolina. Virginia Association of Realtors has also adopted this form.
January 2006 was appointed by Randy Hearst, National Realtors Land Institute 2006 President to the Professional Standards Committee and attended the session in Washington DC May 2006.
2009 RLI National President Candidate
December 2, 2017 Hosted first “Let’s Talk Land” radio show
Board member Pilot Mountain Rescue & EMS
Wrote and taught a one hour Land class for Elon University
Committee member for the North Carolina Wildlife Commission promoting Wildlife Preservation programs for sub-division development for our State.
Member of First United Methodist Church
B.S. Business Administration Johnson C Smith University 1971
What they don’t teach us in real estate school…Land!
Each state has their requirements for real estate licensure. Most states require 90 to 140 hours of classroom. Their syllabus is mostly federal and state laws, agency laws, transaction laws, real estate principals, real estate practice, finance, appraisals, property management, escrow, mortgages, etc. They have only a few pages to teach about land, if at all.
Where do real estate agents learn how to advise buyers and sellers about all the aspects in land transactions? The REALTORS® Land Institute (RLI), “The Voice of Land”.
RLI is the essential national membership organization for land real estate professionals. RLI has over 1,200 national members out of approximately 1.6M REALTORS® (of which approximately 98% are residential) and RLI has about 500 members that have earned the elite Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) Designation. RLI’s Land University (LANDU) provides 17 certified classes, like “Land Investment Analysis”, “Transitional Land Real Estate Transactions”, Agricultural Land Brokerage & Marketing”, “Timberland Real Estate”, “Real Estate Site Selection” and more. Meeting stringent requirements, a member may obtain the coveted ALC Designation. To identify an RLI member or ALC in your market area, go to www.rliland.com and use the “Find a Land Consultant” search tool on their home page.
Other than RLI, there are only two related Land classes available which count for CE credit. Each state has continuing education requirements which agents must complete to keep their real estate license active. In North Carolina, we are required to take eight hours annually. Four hours are required for all agents and four hours are elective with around three hundred of those courses houses are all about houses with few exceptions.
Several years ago, I instigated and now teach the only land class approved for North Carolina continuing education credit: “Introduction to Land Brokerage”. Speaking with other agents around the country it appears it is the only land-related continuing education class that can count towards those hours.
Since 2003, I have taught one of the REALTORS® Land Institutes two-day courses “Land 101: Fundamentals of Land Brokerage” all over the country. I also wrote, along with Ron Loftis MAI, REALTOR®, a four hour continuing education class for the North Carolina Appraisal Board called “Rural Land Values – Art or Science”. It, to my knowledge, is the only land class that meets our appraisal industry CE requirements.
Advocating and recognizing the need for land education, I now have a one hour talk show on WKTE 1090 AM in King North Carolina which airs weekly from 7 to 8 AM EST every Saturday. It can be streamed at www.WKTE1090.com.
Now, we have also launched a Podcast www.letstalkland.net. Here you may listen to all recorded shows by date, title, and guest. The thesis of the show is to provide experts in the various field of land to provide the nuances and important aspects of their respected fields. It is a true land educational talk show.
It is designed for buyers, sellers and owners of land to have one source to discover land issues. It is also designed for real estate agents and REALTORS® a resource, in addition to the education provided by RLI through their LANDU Education Programs, for agents to access land education. We encourage agents to link to our show on their website to help their buyers and sellers better understand land transactions and we encourage national and state real estate associations to include it on the educational sections of their websites.
Some of the current subjects discussed by my shows guest are surveying, soils, timber, farm management, wetland, wetland mitigation and mitigation banking, auction advantage, land financing, land attorney, land development, a definitive book on land, land development, and more.
If you can suggest a guest or have any specific questions about land please contact me a email@example.com.
Lou I wanted to send you a short note and tell you that your podcast changed the direction of my life. I have been in medical sales for 20 years. I knew I wanted/needed a change I received my license in August of last year. I knew I wanted a career in land side because my family has a small cattle farm. I’ve always thought if I can help someone find their piece of land that brings them half as much happiness as I get from working on this farm I would be a lucky guy. Even with my beautiful wife (Terri Griffis, GRI) asking me to make the change I was stuck in Corp America but I was reading land hub, land report and anything I could find on land and land sales when I came across an article you wrote. I quickly found your podcast, before it was even one:), and have I listened to every show at least 3 times. Tom Smith and Rick Taylor are my favorites. Tom spoke to me after his talk about doing what you choose to do after 20 years rather then what you’re told and I will never think of a pine tree or hunting land the same after Rick’s education. I will use RealStack for my website and Clay Malcom when I have to move my company 401K. I started my ALC training today at LANDU. You said to go ahead and get educated to make the 10 million goal more attainable. I hope you and Shadow have a great week. Thank you again Jamie Griffis KW Land Columbus Ga
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