Although agencies in Vermont have had the ability to become a Designated Agency for a couple of years, there are gray areas that beg for clarity. During this class we’ll review the following:
When is a Mandatory Consumer Disclosure form presented? How must it be presented? When is it not required?
How do I Transition my Office from Traditional to Designated Agency?
If I choose Designated Agency for my firm, is there anything different that I must do regarding confidentiality of the clients?
If we are a Designated agency, how do teams work into the equation?
Plus, much more!
2 Hours of CE
The procuring cause of a transaction is the interaction between a home buyer or seller and a real estate agent that results in the purchase or sale of a property. A procuring cause dispute occurs when the homebuyer or seller has worked with multiple real estate agents in their efforts to buy or sell a home, and multiple agents feel entitled to the commission generated from the purchase or sale conducted by the buyer or seller. By the end of the course participants will have a clearer understanding of procuring cause in the real estate transaction.
This course is interactive with a variety of case studies to be discussed and tying the transaction into NAR’s Code of Ethics.
The 2016-2018 Renewal Cycle Mandatory Course general theme is a review of local, State, and Federal changes to laws, regulations, and rules that impact licensees’ practice of residential and commercial real estate.
As a result of this program the participants will be able to have an up-to-date understanding of the rules and regulations that govern the real estate industry.
4 hrs of VT CE
Registration: $45.00 members