Make It Official
Old Home Certified is a REALTOR® designation offered exclusively by PAM. Worth 12 hours of real estate continuing ed credits for Minnesota agents, this two-day course features nine classes taught by experts in the fields of architecture, geography, historic preservation, and more.
Don’t miss our only-by-PAM Continuing Ed classes, essential for OHC agents, mortgage lenders, stagers, and anyone who appreciates older homes.
Become a sustaining donor of PAM, and you can attend all of our Rehab Labs, Tours and Homeowner classes FREE for one year. What makes you a sustaining donor? Your ongoing monthly gift of just $10 a month.*
*Main Street classes and REALTOR Continuing Ed, including Old Home Certified, are excluded from sustaining donor awards.
Upcoming OHC Courses
There will be just two OHC designation courses in 2017, in spring and fall (only spring’s course is currently open for registration). Sign up today!
OLD HOME CERTIFIED
Old Home Certified is a Realtor® designation offered exclusively by PAM. Worth 12 hours of real estate continuing ed credits for Minnesota agents, this two-day, expert-taught program is invaluable for any real estate pro.
Realtor Continuing Ed
PAM’s 2-, 2.5- and 3-credit CE offerings cover the topics savvy agents truly want to learn. Classes are added year ’round, so check back often for updates on classes spotlighting architecture, historic districts, home inspection concerns and more.
HOT DAM: ELECTRICAL & ICE DAM ISSUES
Second-generation home inspector Reuben Saltzman addresses the two topics Realtors ask about most: Electrical quirks and ice dams. Ideal for any agent seeking a better understanding of inspection reports, this class is worth 2CE credits to Minnesota real estate agents and is open to all.
HOUSING IN THE TWIN CITIES: 1890-1920
Join Erin Hanafin Berg for a fun and fast-paced look at the historic context of architectural trends, neighborhood growth in and around Minneapolis/St. Paul, and houses that were built to reflect modern needs, yet are still in demand today.
HOUSE OF STYLE: UNDERSTANDING HISTORIC INTERIORS
From Craftsman to Colonial Revival, Foursquare to Federal and beyond, residential interiors boast distinct design elements that add character, charm and value. In this class, you’ll learn about the qualities that define old house styles, and gain insights on common layouts, features, materials and finishes of homes built from the 1880s to the 1960s.