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Webinars

Learn the Land at an Upcoming Webinar

Gain confidence when you're up to date on trending land topics. Experts in the field will help you build ongoing expertise on current issues and provide tools to use in your daily business. Our one-hour webinar format is a fast way to get informed on issues impacting landowners, brokers and agents, and the industry.

Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Update

Wednesday, December 14 at 1 pm CT | Free to Members; $25 Non-Members

Russell Riggs, RLI’s Advocacy Liaison, will do a deep dive into the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) proposed rule. He will discuss the impacts this rule could have on land professionals and property rights nationwide and what NAR and RLI are doing to address its implementation.

Register here.


Access Webinar Recordings

RLI members can watch recordings of previous webinars at no charge as a member benefit. Click here to go to your Member Dashboard. Then, enter the Education Portal from the left hand menu and access the Webinar Archive from Education Portal home page.

1031 & Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Current Market Update

Recorded November 16, 2022 - Access is Free to Members
Recordings will post 3-4 days after original presentation

Join Joe Michaletz and Mike O’Toole from Discipline Advisors as they discuss the current 1031 and Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) marketplace. In times of record inflation, increasing interest rates and economic instability learn current 1031 strategy and how DSTs are performing. This educational update will provide in-depth strategies to help RLI members solve current market problems and get more listings.


Keys to Carbon for Land Brokers and Agents

Recorded October 12, 2022 - Access is Free to Members
Recordings will post 3-4 days after original presentation

This one-hour webinar, designed for land professionals, takes you through the basics of carbon sequestration, the industry, and the companies built to serve the industry.

It will even introduce you to an easy, free, tool designed by the National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) for site-specific assessments of greenhouse gas emissions and carbon sequestration.