As with our online courses, our correspondence courses can be accessed immediately online while offering the same quality content. HOWEVER, correspondence is unique in that it’s the only truly self-paced method of distance education approved by the NJREC, and McKissock is the only provider approved to offer it. If you don’t have a copy of the magazine we mailed in February, you can easily download the courses for review after purchase below. If you already have the magazine and are finished reviewing the material, please follow the steps below to complete your CE now:
This course was designed to illustrate the Ethics and Professional Standards of Practice. The objective of this course is to provide students 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.
Note to Realtor Members - This course is approved for continuing education credit by the New Jersey Real Estate Commission, meets NAR Quadrennial Code of Ethics Standards and is accepted by local Realtor boards/associations across the country as a compliant Code of Ethics course. It is however the responsibility of the member to verify with their local board/association that they also accept the course as compliant with the Realtor Quadrennial Ethics requirement. We are more than happy to provide content for review/approval if there are any concerns about compliance. If so, please contact customer service at 800-328-2008.
Discrimination can be subtle or overt and sometimes unintentional. It is crucial that real estate practitioners are aware of and compliant with the laws that govern housing discrimination. This course looks at the history of fair housing and examines in depth the most pertinent legislation in force today.
This course will provide a comprehensive study of all aspects of liens, taxes and foreclosures, addressing all types of liens and their classifications. Students will recognize what a lien on a property means to buyers and sellers, as well as how liens are released and assigned. This course also covers taxes and their importance in the real estate industry. Taxes such as ad valorem taxes, special assessments and transfer taxes will be presented. The course touches on the three approaches to establish the value of a property as well as capital gains. Finally, the topic of foreclosure and how to delay and dispute it, as well as the potential benefits and drawbacks will be covered in this course.
The objective of this course is to help the real estate professional understand the current real estate market, including bank “work-out” options available to delinquent borrowers.