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Absolutely! There will be 6 live sessions lead by Dan Cockrell, the former VP of Magic Kingdom. During live training we will dive into the nuts and bolts of Disney’s systems. After each live session, there will be assignments that you will need to complete before the breakout sessions. All participants will receive a printed workbook before class starts. Each live training follows a breakout session. We will review one or two key concepts and then plug them into your real estate practice for maximum impact.
For more information on the course schedule and outline please visit our training page.
The cost of the program is $1,495 plus membership dues. There are yearly and monthly membership options available. Check out our membership page to learn more.
Yes, membership is required. You can purchase a monthly membership which must be maintained for a minimum of two months.
Membership dues are $350/year or $32/month.
Nope! Any title/escrow consultant, lender, agent brokers & assistants, etc. are welcome to join us!
Each session will be recorded and uploaded to the website for you to access.
The Making Magic Reboot is an Agent of Excellence 1 day event where top-producing members each present on 1 specific area of expertise to share with attendees. It's a small mini-conference at the resort, and the cost is under $500. (Plus it's a great reason to escape to the park for work, connect with your fellow members, and get re-inspired!)
Yes! Anyone who has completed the Making Magic course is eligible to attend any & all future Reboot sessions. It's a nice perk to having earned the Designation.
At this time we don’t expect there will be an in-person conference.
Just bring your computer and have a pencil/pen handy for taking notes. We will ship you a workbook that goes along with training before class starts. It's important to register as soon as possible so you can receive your workbook in time for the first class.
The Agent of Excellence is an official real estate association and (for those who participate in the Making Magic in Real Estate training with Disney) is also an official designation. As with any other professional association, training (including travel expenses), member meetings, and membership dues are considered business expenses. But you know the drill - ask your accountant.