Things that go Bump in the Pipe
Instructor: Jenn Cody
Date: August 13, 2024
Time: 9:00AM -11:00AM
5501 Jefferson St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Things that go Bump in the Pipe focuses on the different types of plumbing and sewer pipes you may run into in a transaction. It highlights the good, bad and ugly elements of each pipe. When it comes to the known “Bad Guys” we will go over the basics of each lawsuit and the outcomes of each. The intent is for you to walk away with a little more knowledge about the plumbing in a house.
PLEASE NOTE: out instructor is not a plumber, build, inspector nor an attorney. This is for educational purposes and to create awareness on these types of building materials.
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About the Instructor: Jenn Cody
Jenn Cody is a dynamic and well versed instructor. Jenn Cody's teaching style is high paced and focused on making you think. She has been licensed in the Albuquerque area since 2005 and has maintained her Qualifying Broker's license since 2008. Jenn Cody has worked at large firms and small boutique brokerages, both of which broadened her perspective on business. She has a strong passion for forms and compliance. Teaching and growing others is also a passion of hers. Though she thrives in education, Jenn Cody is still an active REALTOR® serving the Albuquerque Metro market and consistently sells over $5M per year.
Throughout her licensure, she has served in all facets of the Real Estate Industry. Her service includes Greater Albuquerque Association of REALTORS® Board of Directors (2020-2022), Greater Albuquerque Association of REALTORS® Pro Standards (2015-2020), Southwest MLS Policy Committee (2022), New Mexico Association of REALTORS® Board of Directors (2017-2020 and 2022-present), New Mexico Association of REALTORS® Forms Committee (2016-present with required break in between terms), Chair of New Mexico Association of REALTORS® Education Committee (2019), New Mexico Association of REALTORS® Professional Committee (2023-present) and New Mexico Real Estate Commission's Education Advisory Committee (2022-present). In 2020, Jenn Cody was a GAAR Good Neighbor. The diversity of her experience and volunteer work gives her a deep understanding of the REALTOR® world and allows her to be on top of upcoming changes.
A New Mexico native, Jenn Cody loves rafting, volleyball, kickball and her garden. Jenn Cody loves to travel and has visited over 40 countries and lived in three. She also gives back to our community by being on the board of the Domestic Violence Resource Center.
Dan is a lifelong Albuquerque resident and 25 year plus mortgage industry veteran. Dan has been an RVP, Branch Manager, mortgage brokerage president and Sales Manager over his career, but has always had a zeal for originating mortgage loans and has always maintained a vibrant personal loan production business. Having raised 3 beautiful daughters, which not only produced Dans distinctive two-tone hair color, but has brought him greater compassion for families and their growing needs as they themselves raise children and seek to get a piece of the American Dream. His goal is to serve families and do all possible, and then some, to ensure his mortgage clients are approved for financing now, or are on a prescribed, monitored, and systematic path to qualifying; this to include a credit repair program for example.
Dan has served as President, of the New Mexico Mortgage Lenders Association, is an Instructor for Loan Officer pre-licensing and continuing education, has taught realtor CE as an approved instructor with RLD and is an expert witness in the mortgage finance field within the Second Judicial Court system. Dans professional passion lies not only with helping families, but also helping his realtor success partners win more deals and close more transactions. With enthusiasm, Dan has a flare for helping agents structure deals where financing is crucial; namely buydowns and tightly qualified borrowers.
Dan is an active martial artist, having been a professional instructor and national competitor. Dans need for speed extends to his passion for downhill alpine skiing. Mountain biking, however, is his favorite sport. Dan rides the same mountain slopes in the summer that he skis in the winter; Purgatory being his favorite. Dan is currently in the process for becoming a mountain bike instructor for Ninja Mountain Bike Performance, a national organization.