Risk Management

Bette Curtis - RISK MANAGEMENT

No one is more creative in an industry than REALTORS® . REALTORS ®s find various ways to promote their business and themselves. Learn the dos and don’ts to keep you out of an ethics hearing and more.

Real estate agents, as professional advisors to their clients and the competitive nature of the business must balance the risks in a highly technical and regulated industry

Real estate transactions generate piles of documentation. The amount of paperwork required in every real estate transaction demands efficient document management, filing and archiving systems. One missing document, or unchecked box, could derail a transaction and lead to client damage claims and lawsuits.

Another area is copyright infringement on websites, marketing and emails. It is the wild west to be the best in a field of competitors.

REALTORS ® sometimes lead to anti-competitive actions on the part of overzealous agents, including price fixing, commission or working as a group against another competitor.

Carefully market yourself without the consequences.

 

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Bette Curtis - DISCLOSURE – Disclose what you see and how!

Most agents do not fail in their responsibility to conduct a “diligent visual inspection,” only how to articulate their findings.  Disclosures are the heart of our responsibilities. Learn the proper way to disclose your findings.

Property owners are by law required to disclose a wealth of miscellaneous information before a sale can be completed. But the REALTOR  ®   has the same, if not more responsibility to disclose what they see.

This course will assist the REALTOR ® on how to present the buyer with additional information about the property and where and how to go about investigating the issues.

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Marki Lemons - Social Media Fair Housing, Legal Issues and License Law-3 Hour Core B Continuing Education™

Licensees are bond by rules and regulations of Real Estate License Law, Federal Trade Commission, and Intellectual Property rights. New obligations have resulted due to use of the internet and social media. Licensees will be able to apply these rules to their daily use of social media.

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