This course will cover employment contracts, listing agreements, buyer agency contracts, transaction licensee contracts, unrepresented consumers, the Standard Agreement of Sale Addenda, plus much more.
The goal of this course is to help agents gain a better understanding of how to properly handle multiple offers ethically and legally. Many times the agent and client feel overwhelmed by the situation. The class will focus on all aspects of the multiple offers situation. The student will leave knowing what their fiduciary duties […]
Using case scenarios and Standard Forms, this course is designed to improve a real estate licensee’s understanding of the frequently misused and misunderstood issues in the Agreement of Sale. Upon completion of this course the real estate licensee will be better able to explain the Agreement of Sale and selected Addenda to the consumer, so […]
This is a 3.5 hour course designed for real estate agents, which will raise awareness and competence when representing both buyers and sellers. Course will review issues with deeds and titles in advance of real estate transactions to minimize loss of time and money for clients and consumers.
Pricing residential real estate is essential to realistic expectations for both buyer and seller. Appraisals, comparative market analyses (CMA), and Broker Price Opinion (BPO)play significant roles in the real estate transaction, yet they vary greatly in their scope and use. In this class, taught by a real estate appraiser, you will learn how to create […]
Students taking this course will leave with an understanding of the importance of: Seller’s Property Disclosure What the legal requirements are How to make sure the consumer–both seller and buyer Understand the requirements of the form A real estate licensee’s responsibility to the consumer.
This course satisfies the Pennsylvania real estate licensee continuing education requirement for 2020-2022. Specifically, the requirement is that a minimum of 3.5 (three and one-half) hours of the required 14 hours of continuing education must be taken on the topics of Redlining, Steering, Implicit Bias, Diversity, and the Fair Housing Act.
Course will cover NAR’s Code of Ethics requirement for the January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2021 Ethics cycle. Topics covered will include current RELRA regulations regarding advertising, social media posts, and other methods used by licensees. General guidelines concerning advertising, and Internet sources such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram and Pinterest will also be […]
This course will cover redlining, steering, implicit biases, how to make your company more diverse, the Federal Fair Housing Act, PA fair housing laws, and the protected classes. This course satisfies the Pennsylvania real estate licensee continuing education requirement for 2020-2022. Specifically, the requirement is that a minimum of 3.5 (three and one-half) hours of […]