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CE – Historic Preservation 101
December 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Instructors: Kathryn Friddle, Historic Preservation Officer, City of Oklahoma City, George Massey, Realtor and Member of the OKC Historic Preservation Commission, and GiGi Faulkner, Realtor and Member of the OKC Downtown Design Review Committee
Course Length: 3 clock hours
Course Objective: Student will learn about historical preservation districts and special design district as they relate to home ownership, the real estate purchase transaction, brokerage practice, and their impact on this municipalities in which they exist. While Oklahoma City local examples till be used, the significance and the impact of the districts apply to other cities in our state, particularly Norman, Guthrie, and Tulsa. Students will learn the characteristics, benefits, and requirements for owning, building, or renovating a property in these districts. They will learn what to look for on an inspection of a historic residence and will familiarize themselves with governing city ordinances, design review commissions, the process of Certificates of Appropriateness or Approval, and elements that constitute violations of the ordinances, as well as consequences of violations. Students will become acquainted with urban design principles and the impact on real estate development and quality of living.