Real Estate Land Professionals Will Go BIG! in Little Rock


Land Professionals from across the country will gather in Little Rock, Ark., from June 5-13 to attend one of the land real estate industry’s biggest educational events. The annual LANDU Education Week plus, put on by the REALTORS® Land Institute, is a unique opportunity for real estate agents to network and earn all of the education requirements towards the Accredited Land Consultant designation in one place.

LANDU approved, expert instructors will facilitate courses which count towards the ALC designation as well as most National Association of REALTORS® State Association Continuing Education credits*. Registrants can choose to take between one and six courses during the event. This year’s LANDU Education Week plus is backed by the strength of the RLI Arkansas Chapter.

The REALTORS® Land Institute is currently offering a free one-year membership with full member benefits to event registrants signing up for all six courses who are new to the Institute. Current members can save $100 off registration when registering to attend all six courses.

For more information or to take advantage of these offers, please contact RLI Staff at 800.441.5263.

About the REALTORS® Land Institute

featured-image-alc-rli-logo-with-background-rliland-videoThe REALTORS® Land Institute, an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS®, is the professional membership organization for real estate practitioners who specialize in land transactions. Over 100 years old, the Institute provides a wide range of programs and services that build knowledge, relationships, and business opportunities for the best in the land business. Through its best-in-class LANDU curriculum, the REALTORS® Land Institute confers its Accredited Land Consultant designation to only those real estate practitioners who achieve the highest levels of education, experience, and professionalism. For more information, visit or call 800.441.5263.


*The REALTORS® Land Institute is not responsible for determining if a course is eligible for CE credit. Oklahoma registrants may contact the Institute to request information, which you may bring to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission to verify the course’s eligibility for CE credit.