This 3 hour course includes:
Topic 1: Forms and Loan Programs
Topic 2: Legislative Update
Topic 3: Business Practices Update and Professional Standards
License Renewal Info: https://www.dol.wa.gov/business/realestate/brokersrenew.html
Course Features Include:
Learn about social media, advertising rules and guidelines in the practice of real estate.
Get familiar with 12 types of math problems regularly seen and used in real estate.
Get familiar with 12 type of math problems regularly seen and used in real estate.
Learn about the roles of the property manager, fair housing laws, fiduciary duty, and rental forms.
The course covers the role of the property manager, fair housing laws, fiduciary duty, and rental forms.
Topics covered include:
Gain an improved understanding of the role of policies in reducing liability and improving performance.
Gain an improved understanding of the role of policies in
reducing liability and improving services.
The course covers:
Gain a better understanding of commercial real estate valuation and models by which to choose investments.
The course is written to provide the licensee with a better understanding of commercial real estate valuation and investments.
Learning objectives include:
Increase your market penetration through these specialized techniques. Single agency by design. This course reviews the methods of creating buyer agency, methods of developing new business and duties of the buyer agent.
Using real world examples, this course teaches awareness, sensitivity and compliance with the Fair Housing and ADA Laws.
This course is designed to educate the CE Student on the subject of the Federal and State Fair Housing Laws.
The objective is to increase awareness, sensitivity and
compliance with the Laws. The session will explain how to comply with
Fair Housing Laws, providing
all clients and customers Equal Housing Opportunity regardless of
race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status,
disability, AIDS/HIV or need
for use of service animals.
This course is a must for all agents who want to provide good service in compliance with the law.
The course objectives:
The course covers:
Gain an understanding of the fundamentals of practicing in commercial real estate.
This course covers:
Learn the key factors associated with formulating a Broker Price Opinion and running a comparative market analysis. BPO's are opinions of value developed according to industry standards by a real estate licensee.
This course defines the BPO as an opinion of value developed according to industry standards by a real estate licensee. It describes standards, procedures, methods of adjusting and calculating the BPO. This 3-hour session, is used to explain duties and responsibilities associated with the BPO assignment; professional standards for selecting comparables; grading conditions; and how to adjust comparables to calculate value. Concepts taught in the course are valid for CMA, BPO and general valuations.
1031 exchange is a swap of one investment property for another that allows capital gains taxes to be deferred. Learn the requirements and benefits of Chapter 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code and how to leverage them for your client.
Great course to learn the requirements and benefits of Chapter 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code. The course teaches licensees about how investor(s) might defer Capital Gains by utilizing the features of Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Provides 3 hours of CE credit.
Learn about the ethical dilemmas in the practice of real estate through real world case studies.
Learn about the ethical dilemmas in the practice of real estate through case studies. NOTE: This course is not eligible for NAR Credit, if looking for dual credit please find our course that includes the words: "Code of Ethics" in the title.