Drones - Navigating the Rules and
Regulations of Legal Use

March 2, 2016 | Noon-1:00 p.m. CT 


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Drones are an amazing resource and incredible tool for land real estate brokers. And using them legally is vital in a professional real estate practice. Learn about the history of drone regulations, and the Section 333 Exemption and how to obtain one. An update regarding the FAA's current and developing regulations will also be provided. Get legal and start using drones in your business!

Drone Webinar Facilitator:

Caleb McDow, Sales Associate, Crosby & Associates, Inc.

Caleb holds a Masters of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) from the University of Florida and currently works in agricultural land sales - specializing in row crops, pasture and citrus groves in Florida. Caleb is involved with the Realtors Land Institute (RLI) as a member of the Future Leaders Committee and liaison for the Military Transition Program. Prior to his real estate career, Caleb spent 9 years flying F/A-18s for the US Navy and continues to serve in the US Navy Reserve. Caleb has experience in office and retail leasing, single family investment properties, and agricultural and development land. He is also a guest contributor to the webpage blogs of the Realtors Land Institute and LandThink.


Drone Webinar Fees:

ALC Designees & Members:

CD-ROM or link only: $79
Combo: CD & Live Event:  $89
Live Event only: $59


CD-ROM or link only: $109
Condo: CD and Live Event: $129
Live Event Only: $89

*All past webinars are archived and may be purchased in The General Store:
See here for details. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a webinar?

A webinar is a tool for sharing information and learning than can be presented or participated in at any time, any where. No travel or hotel costs are incurred. 

How is a webinar presented?

All you need is a phone connection and a computer with a high-speed connection. The presenter’s audio is delivered and heard via a conference call connection. One listens to the presentation via the phone line and, at the same time, watches the presentation on a link supplied to the participant. The presenter changes the slides as he/she covers the materials.

How are questions from the participants fielded?

At the end of the presentation, participants are invited to ask questions.  Questions are fielded one-by-one through a webinar host. The presenter responds to the questions.

How long is the webinar?

Webinar last about 75 minutes including time for questions.

What if I can't attend a particular seminar?

Webinar are captured on a CD-ROM and on a link. These available to those who want to purchase the audio and visual of the presentation through the Institute.

Who should I contact if I want more information regarding webinar or would like to submit a proposal for a webinar ?

Contact Amanda Jenkins at or 312.329.8441.