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Washington 30-hour Residential Core Renewal Package


How to Work with Real Estate Investors - Part 1 - 3.00 Hrs
Current Issues in Washington Residential Real Estate 2014-2015 - 3.00 Hrs
Give Your Clients the Green Light: Simple Ways to Green a Home - 3.00 Hrs
A New Look at Contract Law - 3.00 Hrs
How is the Legalization of Marijuana Affecting the Real Estate Market? - 3.00 Hrs
Short Sales and Foreclosures - 3.00 Hrs
Navigating a Hot Sellers' Market - 4.00 Hrs
Homeowners Flood Insurance: Coastal Region Specific - 4.00 Hrs
What Real Estate Professionals Need to Know About FHA - 4.00 Hrs


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How to Work with Real Estate Investors - Part 1 - 3.00 Hrs (#C9897)
This course is iPad compatible and contains audio/video components throughout. If you've ever thought about increasing your business by working with investor clients this course is for you! Whether the property is a small rental house or a big shopping center, there are specific skillsets, terminology and experience required to give these types of clients the reasonable skill and care that is to be expected of a real estate agent. Your instructor, Tom Lundstedt, CCIM will guide you through the process of evaluating an investment property. You will learn how to use an Investment Property Worksheet to calculate the cash flow, income tax savings, depreciation and rate of return for a rental property. In addition the instructor will coach you through a real world case study that involves assisting an investor who is interested in purchasing an investment property. The process will be simple and fun! The worksheet and information presented in this course will serve you throughout your entire real estate career.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Legal Aspects

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction
  • Chapter 2 - Section 1 - Why Invest in Real Estate?
  • Chapter 3 - Section 2 - Buying a "Money Machine"
  • Chapter 4 - Section 3 - Case Study - Uncle Louie
  • Chapter 5 - Section 4 - Case Study - Rental House
  • Chapter 6 - Section 5 - Pay All Cash for the Rental House
  • Chapter 7 - Section 6 - Depreciation
  • Chapter 8 - Section 7 - Return on Equity
  • Chapter 9 - Section 8 - Frequently Asked Questions
  • Chapter 10 - Final Exam



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Current Issues in Washington Residential Real Estate 2014-2015 - 3.00 Hrs (#C0006CORE1415)

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Legislative/Legal Updates
  • Chapter 2 - Distressed Properties, Short Sales & REO Properties
  • Chapter 3 - Assistants - Unlicensed Guidelines
  • Chapter 4 - Advertising and Social Media
  • Chapter 5 - Fair Housing Issues
  • Chapter 6 - Handling Multiple Offers
  • Chapter 7 - Property Management
  • Chapter 8 - Others
  • Chapter 9 - Conclusion



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Give Your Clients the Green Light: Simple Ways to Green a Home - 3.00 Hrs (#C9194)
In recent years, green building has become more than just a trend. Nearly 40% of home buyers consider energy efficient features to be "very important". This is not simply because home buyers wish to reduce their environmental footprint. The cost of sustainable materials and products is low, making green building one of the most cost-effective types of construction. Therefore, knowledge of the green building market segment will allow you a competitive advantage in the real estate industry.

This course is iPad compatible.


In this course, you will learn:

  • The five most substantial uses of water in the home.
  • The primary methods to improve water use efficiency in the home.
  • The sources and negative health effects caused by the major indoor air pollutants.
  • The ways to minimize the major indoor air pollutants in the home.
  • The basic electricity use in terms of energy, power, and financial cost.
  • The pros and cons of a variety of electricity sources, light bulb options, and water heaters.


Course Materials: Free green building infographic to print off and provide to clients.


Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Property Management & Leasing

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Water
  • Chapter 2 - Indoor Air Quality
  • Chapter 3 - Energy
  • Chapter 4 - Final Exam



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A New Look at Contract Law - 3.00 Hrs (#C8903)
The real estate contract is perhaps one of the least understood documents in the real estate market, and yet it is the contract that is used most often. For your clients, the purchase of a home is generally the most expensive and life-changing decision they will make. Therefore, whether you are new to the real estate market or an established expert, it is important that you understand the fundamentals of contract law in order to protect both your and your clients’ interests. Your instructor will provide you with a unique look at contracts, from the history to the evolution, from definitions to types, and from Purchase and Sale to Loan Assumption Addendum. 

This course is iPad compatible.

In this course, you will learn:
How to differentiate between an oral contract and a written contract 
The Statute of Frauds and types of contracts 
How to create a valid contract and interpret contracts
The essential elements in a contract
How to recognize a breach of contract 
The common terms associated with contracts
The proper format of a contract and how to utilize this format
Specific contracts, such as Contract for Sale and Purchase, Third-Party Financing Addendum, Seller Financing Addendum, and Lead-Based Paint Disclosure

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Legal Aspects

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Background of Contract Law and Definitions
  • Chapter 2 - Essential Elements, Discharge, and Enforcement
  • Chapter 3 - Real Estate Sales Contracts
  • Chapter 4 - Conclusion



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How is the Legalization of Marijuana Affecting the Real Estate Market? - 3.00 Hrs (#C9472)
This course is iPad compatible. Marijuana, cannabis and hemp (all different names for essentially the same plant) has a long history in the United States, with periods where it was encouraged, discouraged, criminal, and most recently legalized in some states. This class covers a brief history of marijuana then goes on to discuss the conflict between federal and state laws. Next, an overview of commercial real estate matters, followed by residential real estate topics will be covered. The last chapter goes over some basics for those who may consider specializing in this new and growing real estate specialty!

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Current Trends and Issues

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Background and History
  • Chapter 2 - Implications for Commercial Real Estate
  • Chapter 3 - Implications for Residential Real Estate
  • Chapter 4 - New Niche Market: Marijuana-Friendly Real Estate Agents
  • Chapter 5 - Final Exam



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Short Sales and Foreclosures - 3.00 Hrs (#C9506)
This course is iPad compatible. For many real estate professionals, short sales and foreclosures have become a significant part of their business. These types of transactions can be challenging and complicated so it’s crucial that you know exactly what you are doing. Knowing how to maneuver the complexities of short sales as well as how to identify the distinct real estate opportunities in foreclosure are not merely good skills to have in today’s market – they are crucial! This course will help students become comfortable identifying and handling short sales and foreclosures. We will be covering the basics of getting started with short sales including definitions, challenges and finding leads. We’ll also discuss obtaining; servicing, marketing, and completing the sales process for a short sale listing. You’ll also learn all about the foreclosure process, including the market opportunity, definitions, and types of foreclosures, REO properties and options to foreclosure for the homeowner. Finally, we’ll cover the entire process of listing, marketing and closing the foreclosed/REO property.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Real Estate Finance/Real Estate Closing Practices

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Getting Started with Short Sales
  • Chapter 2 - Obtaining the Short Sale Listing
  • Chapter 3 - Marketing the Short Sale Offer
  • Chapter 4 - Completing the Short Sales
  • Chapter 5 - Types of Foreclosures and Alternatives
  • Chapter 6 - The Foreclosure Listing
  • Chapter 7 - Marketing and Closing the Foreclosure Property
  • Chapter 8 - Review



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Navigating a Hot Sellers' Market - 4.00 Hrs (#C9507)
This course is iPad compatible. This course is designed to help licensees working with buyers and/or sellers in many of the nation’s recovering markets that because of low inventory and high demand have become strong Seller’s markets. Both buyer and seller perspectives and tactics will be considered in looking at how to ethically and successfully represent either party in a transaction.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Ethics & Standards of Practice

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Identifying Hot Sellers Markets
  • Chapter 2 - Listing in a Hot Sellers' Market
  • Chapter 3 - Working with Buyers
  • Chapter 4 - The Contract
  • Chapter 5 - Final Exam



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Homeowners Flood Insurance: Coastal Region Specific - 4.00 Hrs (#C9558)
This course is iPad compatible. This course will highlight some specific challenges for flood properties in the Coastal states along the Pacific and Atlantic coast, Alaska and islands, except Florida, which is covered under the Gulf Regions course. Every property in this country is in a flood zone, and most homeowners insurance does not cover flood damage. On March 21, 2014, President Obama signed the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act into law, affecting more than 5.5 million homeowners across the United States. This course will teach real estate professionals how to identify a property’s flood risk, how to disclose flood risk to prospective buyers, how the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 affects homeowners’ flood insurance rates, and much more. 

Material for this course was taken from www.floodsmart.gov and www.FEMA.gov.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Hazardous Waste and Other Environmental Issues

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Flooding and Flood Risk
  • Chapter 2 - Guiding Your Clients through Flood Insurance
  • Chapter 3 - Flood Insurance and Property Disclosure Requirements
  • Chapter 4 - Challenges in the Coastal States
  • Chapter 5 - Final Exam



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What Real Estate Professionals Need to Know About FHA - 4.00 Hrs (#C8812)
FHA has insured more than 34 million properties since its inception, making it the largest insurer of mortgages in the world. Understanding the FHA’s requirements and protocols will equip you with the tools you need to provide satisfactory lending services for your clients. Your instructor will give you an in-depth look at FHA mortgage lending policies and familiarize you with the current regulations and how they apply to residential lending for various property types.

In this course, you will learn:

  • The history and structure of the FHA
  • How to identify the General Acceptability Criteria for FHA loans
  • The factors and structural deficiencies that would make a location unacceptable
  • How to differentiate between the 203(k) and Streamlined (K) FHA rehabilitation mortgage programs
  • How to identify FHA requirements for loans on manufactured homes, small residential income properties (2-4 units), and condominiums

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Ethics & Standards of Practice

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - The FHA at Work
  • Chapter 2 - Property Eligibility Requirements
  • Chapter 3 - Special Loans and Property Types
  • Chapter 4 - Conclusion

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