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This is a virtual Zoom course! You will receive the link to register prior to the course via Zoom after you register.
Like all other business transactions, real estate has the potential to be risky business. All RealtorsÂ® want to manage risk as adequately as possible, and this course will speak to and help agents avoid the most common risks associated with the ownership of a Brokerage firm and the practice of real estate sale.
It will explore the risks associated with short sales, the importance of having a Policy Manual at a Brokerage Firm, and proactively training staff in accordance with law and best practices. Available in both a three and a four hour format, RealtorsÂ® attending this class will be better able to understand risks as they pertain to an individual?s day to day activities, and how to best prepare to handle them before they get out of control.
Objectives: In addition to the skills listed above, students at the completion of this course will be able to do the following: List the content of a good policy manual, identify those issues of greatest liability, create a table of contents for a policy manual, segregate areas of risk between a salesperson and a Brokerage firm given a specific scenario, instruct other workgroup participants on the appropriate steps to meet FS 475 requirements, define the Agency options available to Florida licensees, list the steps required and timeline requirements to file an escrow disbursement request with the Division of Real Estate, segregate between illegal kickbacks and legal rebates, and define the acronyms HUD, RESPA, ADA, FTC and FS 475.
3 hours CE credit