This course covers some of the same topics from Real Estate Practices but goes in-depth on topics. Upon completion you will have an increased understanding of Brokerage, Agency, Contracts, Marketing, Negotiation, Leases and Property Management, Risk Management and current issues.
This is one of our most popular courses. A panel of our expert principal managing brokers along with our corporate real estate attorney discuss and debate the ins and outs of the NWMLS forms related to purchase and sale documents.
In a limited inventory market, multiple offers are very common. The Best Practices Multiple Offers course will help you understand how to best write and present multiple offers to position your buyers to have their offer accepted.
This course is designed to teach you best practices when writing the purchase and sale agreement.
We recommend that all brokers take this course to ensure they know how to properly fill out the purchase and sale agreements and supporting addenda to best represent their clients. This course is taught by our certified principal managing brokers, who are very well versed in the contracts and forms and work with these forms daily.
In this required course, you will learn all about Legislative updates, Legal updates, Business Practices updates, an alignment review of RCW, WAC and other legislative mandates, an assessment of real estate compliance data, and an identification of new key issues/trends and out-of-date content/topics based on stakeholder input via survey processed.
This course prepares you to write the inspection and financing addenda and advise your clients on two very important steps in the home buying process.
This course will give you an understanding of WA real estate law, contract law, torts, agency law, practices and the law and the law environment. Real Estate Law is required for a broker’s first renewal.
REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time within two-year cycles. The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the National Association of REALTORS®. This course satisfies the requirement.
This course will teach you to identify the categories that form the basis for discrimination under The Federal Fair Housing Law, Washington State Anti-Discrimination Law and U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
You will be able to explain and understand what constitutes discrimination in advertising as well as, explain and understand what constitutes discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Additionally, you will be able to define compliance with the laws governing anti-discrimination, price fixing; group boycotts; Tie-in arrangements and understand the WA unfair Business Practices and Consumer Protection Act.
Upon completion, you will be able to understand and explain buyer and seller agency, who represents whom? Explaining the forms to buyers and sellers, and best practices when writing contracts.
How do you know your client is ready to write the offer when it’s time do you know how to write a strong, clean offer? This class will teach you how to write, present and negotiate your best offer for your clients.