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Washington 30-hour Residential Core Renewal Package


Current Issues in Washington Residential Real Estate 2016-2017 - 3.00 Hrs
Know the Code: Your Guide to the Code of Ethics - 3.00 Hrs
The End of the Paper Trail: How to Conduct Paperless Transactions - 3.00 Hrs
Real Estate Investing: Beyond the Basics - 4.00 Hrs
Millennials are Changing Real Estate: Are You Ready? - 4.00 Hrs
Wildfire Risk in Real Estate - 3.00 Hrs
How to Work with Real Estate Investors - Part 1 - 3.00 Hrs
How is the Legalization of Marijuana Affecting the Real Estate Market? - 3.00 Hrs
Affordable Housing Opportunities for Low-Moderate Income Buyers - 4.00 Hrs


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Current Issues in Washington Residential Real Estate 2016-2017 - 3.00 Hrs (#C0010CORE1617)
This course is iPad compatible. This course fulfills the 3-hour mandated curriculum requirement and is effective from 01/01/2016 through 12/31/2017. This course is broken up into nine main sections: Legislative/Legal Update; Agency Duties; REO Sales, Forms & Procedures; Advertising and Social Media; Fair Housing Issues; Multiple Offers’ Best Practices; Property Management; Assistants – Unlicensed Guidelines; and Others.

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Legislative / Legal Updates
  • Chapter 2 - Agency Duties
  • Chapter 3 - REO Sales, Forms, and Procedures
  • Chapter 4 - Advertising and Social Media Guidelines
  • Chapter 5 - Fair Housing Issues
  • Chapter 6 - Multiple Offers’ Best Practices
  • Chapter 7 - Property Management
  • Chapter 8 - Assistants – Unlicensed Guidelines
  • Chapter 9 - Others – Professional Conduct, Pocket Listings, Personal Safety
  • Chapter 10 - Final Exam



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Know the Code: Your Guide to the Code of Ethics - 3.00 Hrs (#C9870)
This course is iPad compatible. Did you know that the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics is over 100 years old? Though the real estate market has evolved a lot since 1913, one aspect that has not changed is that home buyers continue to select professionals who hold themselves to a high ethical standard. Familiarity with the Code of Ethics will allow you to build stable and lasting relationships with your clients. Your instructor will provide you with an overview of the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the National Association of REALTORS® as it applies to the profession of real estate. Additionally, your instructor will enhance your understanding of ethical behavior by providing you with sample scenarios and common illegal practices to guide the practical decision-making of licensees.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Ethics & Standards of Practice. State and Local NAR Chapters have the authority to accept this course as meeting the NAR Ethics quadrennial requirement.

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - What is Ethics?
  • Chapter 2 - Duties to the Public (Articles 10-14)
  • Chapter 3 - Three: Duties to Realtors® (Articles 15-17)
  • Chapter 4 - Complaint Process, Enforcement and Pathways to Professionalism
  • Chapter 5 - Final Exam



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The End of the Paper Trail: How to Conduct Paperless Transactions - 3.00 Hrs (#C9505)
This course is iPad compatible. The goal of this course is to prepare real estate licensees to have paperless transactions. The course progresses through the entire transaction process, starting with how to secure a computer and network to paperless marketing and advertising. Next, electronic signatures and digital record keeping are discussed, along with some key pieces of federal and state legislation. The course wraps up with follow-up ideas for closing and after the sale.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Real Estate Finance/Current Trends & Issues

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Securing Your Computer
  • Chapter 2 - Electronic Forms and Signatures and Digital Record Keeping
  • Chapter 3 - Going Completely Paperless
  • Chapter 4 - After the Sale
  • Chapter 5 - Final Exam



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Real Estate Investing: Beyond the Basics - 4.00 Hrs (#C9632)
This course is iPad compatible. Take your business to a higher level by expanding your knowledge of investment real estate. In this advanced - yet easy-to-understand - course you will laugh and learn with your instructor, Tom Lundstedt, CCIM. Through a variety of lecture, recordings of live seminars, case studies and real-world, down-to-earth examples, Tom will take you Beyond the Basics of real estate investing.


In this course, you will learn:
- How to use the Investment Property Worksheet to easily analyze a property.
- How to determine a property's investment value quickly and effectively.
- How to start with your desired rate of return, then work backwards to calculate the optimal price.
- The ins and outs of the passive loss rules so that you can profit from the special exception for real estate professionals.
- How to maximize the tax-savings benefits of depreciation by utilizing a strategy called bifurcation.


Tom Lundstedt:


Tom Lundstedt is known as the funniest investment and tax guy in America. His programs have entertained and enlightened more than 3,000 audiences from sea to shining sea. He's a former Major League baseball player whose striking combination of humor and real-world examples makes his subjects spring to life.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Taxation

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Course Introduction
  • Chapter 2 - Lining Up at the Same Starting Line
  • Chapter 3 - Passive Loss Rules
  • Chapter 4 - Maximizing Depreciation Deductions
  • Chapter 5 - How to Value Investment Real Estate
  • Chapter 6 - The "Float and Desire" Method of Valuation
  • Chapter 7 - Frequently Asked Questions
  • Chapter 8 - Conclusion



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Millennials are Changing Real Estate: Are You Ready? - 4.00 Hrs (#C10183)
This Course is iPad compatible. The biggest generation in history - millennials - will likely have the biggest impact on real estate for the foreseeable future. The average age of a REALTOR is 56 and they need to understand the millennial generation and learn how to market to them, know what influences their lifestyle, and how to communicate and work with them. Recruiting millennial agents should be an important part of any broker’s growth strategy and they need to understand their work philosophy and have the tools and technology in place to meet their needs.

Course Learning Objectives 

• Define the Millennial Generation 
• Explain why we are hearing so much about them now 
• Recognize why is it important for real estate practitioners to know about this demographic age group 
• Better understand the financial status of Millennials 
• Be more familiar with the fears of today’s first time homebuyer 
• Know how to direct first time homebuyers with respect to credit counseling 
• Have a better understanding of the current living situations of the average Millennial 
• Ascertain the desires and limitations of the average Millennial 
• Be able to better target neighborhoods, housing types, and building conditions to best suit Millennials’ needs and desires 
• Have some effective online tools for marketing and working with clients 
• Be able to help homebuyers track their finances and budget for a new home 
• Better understand the importance of buyer financing pre-approval 
• Have strategies of how to categorize properties to create easier choice sets for buyers 
• Have a better understanding of the skill set a Millennial can add to a real estate team 
• Know how to recruit a Millennial workforce 
• Be able to use Millennials’ unique perspective to help build real estate clientele

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

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction: What is a Millennial?
  • Chapter 2 - Millennials and Homeownership Prospect
  • Chapter 3 - Lifestyle Preferences of Millennials
  • Chapter 4 - Marketing to and Working with Millennial Home Buyers and Sellers
  • Chapter 5 - Recruiting and Working with the Next Generation of Real Estate Professionals
  • Chapter 6 - Final Exam



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Wildfire Risk in Real Estate - 3.00 Hrs (#C10569)
This course is iPad compatible. The purpose of this course is to help educate real estate professionals in high-risk fire states about the potential impact that wildfires have on real estate: land, structure, insurance, luxury homes, businesses, water resources, disclosures, safety, marketing homes in high-risk areas, the import of smoke and contaminant testing of wildfire on real estate, and more. The number of wildfires in the United States has increased dramatically during the last several years. The broad consequences to residences and businesses have made it paramount for real estate brokers, property managers, investors, and others involved in the real estate market to educate themselves and their clientele on the varying effects that wildfires, and the smoke contaminants they produce, can have on the safety and marketability of properties. 

Course Learning Objectives 

• Identify and understand the current working components as they apply to wildfire risk in real estate and recognize the impact that such variables can have on the overall real estate “eco-system”. 
• Explain and interpret the fundamentals that relate to land policies as a result of wildfire issues. 
• Describe the potential impact that wildfire issues can have on growing communities and substantiate how their immediate surroundings and the environment are affected when real estate usage influences zoning, design, and use. 
• Assess municipal guidelines in which wildfires and related concerns have dictated protocol. 
• Examine the varied links between real estate use, wildfire potential, and damage already incurred with the import of smoke and contaminant testing. 
• Use a wide-ranging spectrum of resource tools.

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

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction
  • Chapter 2 - Real Estate Business Relevance and Wildfires
  • Chapter 3 - Property Management and Wildfires
  • Chapter 4 - Final Exam



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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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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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Affordable Housing Opportunities for Low-Moderate Income Buyers - 4.00 Hrs (#C10102)
This course is iPad compatible. This course is designed to help licensees working with or considering working with buyers statistically designated as low to moderate income households by federal and state guidelines. The history and current environment for affordable housing will be explored with emphasis on identifying and overcoming if possible the challenges to making homeownership a reality for this market.

Real Estate Continuing Education - Washington
Approved subject area: Evaluating RE and Business Opportunities

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - A History of Affordable Housing in America
  • Chapter 2 - The Current Environment and Crises in Affordable Housing
  • Chapter 3 - Become an Expert in Affordable Housing
  • Chapter 4 - Working with Low-Moderate Income Buyers (Putting it all Together)
  • Chapter 5 - Final Exam

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