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Forms: What You Should Know
Knowing and understanding the contracts and forms used in the practice of real estate is invaluable in serving the real estate needs of today’s consumer. Brokers must understand their limitations with creating language as opposed to filling in the blanks, staying away from the unauthorized practice of law. This course will review the elements of contracts, the relationships of parties, the importance of completing the forms properly, and the potential pitfalls associated with forms where the terms are not specific. This course accounts for 4 hours of Real Estate Broker and Managing Broker Continuing Education Credit.
Antitrust: Let’s Fix This!
Because of the competitive nature of the real estate industry, brokers must find a way to cooperate without participating in antitrust behavior. Company policies must be established without consultation between companies. Social media conversation must be monitored – no groups are private. Every office needs a compliance program. Antitrust violations don’t have to be intentional to be considered a violation. Brokers need to know the meaning of a Per Se violation. This course accounts for 3 hours of Real Estate Broker Continuing Education Credit.
H20 Risks, Rights & Regulations
Students in the class will have a greater understanding of everything to do with water, rights and homeowners. This includes flood insurance, floodplains, flood maps, flood protection, elevation certificates, wells, septic’s, and public fresh water lakes. This course accounts for 3 hours of Real Estate Broker Continuing Education Credit.
Fair Housing: History and Current Events
REALTORS have a critical role to play in the advancement of equal opportunities in housing for all people without exception. The path to fair housing in America has been marked by steps back and forward. The events of 2019 (revealed by the Newsday Long Island Divided Housing Study) and 2020 (the tragic death of George Floyd) have brought to light many inequities in the area of Fair Housing, as well as the enormous role the real estate industry has in insuring that equal housing opportunities exist for all people. This course will cover the history of Fair Housing laws in the United States as well as the State of Indiana and the National Association of REALTORS. We will also talk about blockbusting, redlining and steering. There are many education opportunities and initiatives available made available to brokers through the National Association of REALTORS. Office policies can play a critical role in ensuring that Real Estate Brokers are consistently providing equal housing opportunities and choices for all people. This course accounts for 2 Hours of Real Estate Broker Continuing Education credit.
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