Delaware Real Estate Continuing Education Courses

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Delaware Real Estate Courses

 

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DE: New Salesperson – Module 1 – Professional Standards in Real Estate

3

The DE New Salesperson Module 1?Professional Standards course is approved for three hours of continuing education. This course covers professional and ethical standards for maintaining your Delaware real estate license. This course also covers state and federal fair housing laws.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Review standards for maintaining a Delaware real estate license, including renewal and change notification requirements.
  • Gain an understanding of conduct that can lead to the imposition of disciplinary actions against a licensee by the Delaware Real Estate Commission.
  • Learn why and how ethical decision making plays an important role in maintaining the integrity of the real estate profession and review ethical standards that should guide interactions with others.
  • Gain an understanding of the informal and formal processes for resolving ethical complaints and monetary disputes.
  • Recall ways to advertise and market to avoid complaints of unethical or fraudulent misrepresentation.
  • Find out what acts and practices are prohibited and required in compliance with federal and Delaware fair housing laws and the enforcement actions that can be taken for noncompliance
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5.0
2 Ratings
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DE: New Salesperson – Module 3 – Real Estate Documents – Seller Representation

3

This three-hour course is designed for newly-licensed salespersons to prepare them for the use of real estate documents when representing sellers. The topics covered include listing agreements, Consumer Information Statements, agency and seller disclosures, radon and lead paint disclosures, and many other related topics.

Course Highlights

•    Understand the preparation necessary for real estate listings.
•    Gain knowledge about various methods to value property and price property for sale.
•    Learn seller and advertisement disclosures required by the state of Delaware. 
 

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5.0
2 Ratings
Online
Mandatory

Delaware Core Module 1 – Agency and Fair Housing

3

The Delaware Core Module 1??Agency and Fair Housing course is approved for three hours of continuing education. This course covers information real estate licensees need to know to comply with Delaware agency law. The course also covers federal and Delaware fair housing laws that impact real estate licensees.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

•    Gain an understanding of how a statutory agency and a common law agency are different
•    Learn the statutory duties and agency disclosure requirements set forth in Delaware laws, rules, and regulations
•    Review fiduciary duties and agency disclosure requirements for common law agents 
•    Describe how landmark US Supreme Court cases and federal laws have moved the country toward equity and fairness in housing opportunities
•    Find out what acts and practices are prohibited and required in compliance with federal and Delaware fair housing law and the enforcement actions that can be taken for noncompliance
 

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4.6
9 Ratings
Online
Mandatory

Delaware Core Module 2 – Professional Standards

3

How prepared do you feel to tackle every situation that comes your way as a real estate licensee? At this point in your real estate career, you are probably quite familiar with the laws and rules that dictate what you should and shouldn’t do as a real estate licensee. Understanding your legal obligations, as well as your ethical and professional responsibilities, are key to your success as a licensee. In this course, we’ll discuss the ethical practices and professional standards expected of real estate licensees in Delaware, with a focus on the duties and obligations agents owe their clients and customers, licensees’ responsibilities to uphold federal and Delaware fair housing laws, and the disciplinary proceedings and sanctions licensees can face for failing to follow the law. Though much of this will be a review of information you already know, the more it’s repeated, the more knowledgeable you’ll continue to be about your ethical and legal obligations as a Delaware real estate licensee.  

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Identify the ethical practices and professional standards expected of Delaware licensees, with an emphasis on the duties Delaware real estate agency owe their clients and customers.  
  • Identify the protected classes and illegal practices under federal fair housing laws and the Delaware Fair Housing Act.  
  • Recognize the authority of the Division of Professional Regulation and the Delaware Real Estate Commission over real estate licensees and explain the complaint process and potential sanctions that may be imposed upon licensees who violate the law.  
  • Define procuring cause, mediation, and arbitration, and the role of these topics in settling matters of dispute in Delaware real estate transactions. 
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5.0
3 Ratings
Online
Mandatory

Delaware Core Module 3 – Real Estate Documents

3

Real estate documents are crucial for real estate licensees for a number of reasons such as compliance with state and federal laws, property disclosures, ownership rights, contract terms and conditions, and market analysis reports. This course covers agency agreements, listing agreements, the listing process, offers and acceptance, essential elements of real estate purchase agreements, and much more.

Course Highlights

•    Learn about broker listing agreements and agency agreements
•    Gain knowledge about Delaware license law requirements and the process for listings and offers
•    Learn about residential real estate purchase agreements and how they may be terminated or breached
 

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4.7
85 Ratings
Online
Mandatory

Delaware Core Module 4 – Office Management

3
Designed for real estate agents looking to start their own brokerage firm, this course is full of practical insights and tools to get started. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Gain insights on business plans, managing financials and developing sales agents 
  • Review best practices for training your sales agents
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4.7
82 Ratings
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Mandatory

Delaware Core Module 5 – Legislative Issues

3

Delaware Core Module 5??Legislative Issues course is approved for three hours of continuing education. This course focuses on federal and state legislation that addresses protection issues specific to home buyers and sellers. Chapter 1 highlights how legislation impacts real estate advertising and property disclosures. The focus of Chapter 2 is on federal and state legislation that deters predatory lending. 
COURSE HIGHLIGHTS
•    Review Delaware real estate advertising requirements to avoid possible disciplinary action for unlawful misrepresentation and failure to disclosure
•    Learn residential property disclosure requirements for which Delaware sellers and seller agents must comply
•    Recognize lawful and unlawful referral activities under the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, including impacts to lending-related referrals and MSAs
•    Learn about the impact of federal laws on preventing predatory lending, including laws that restrict lenders from making loans that borrowers cannot repay and laws that require full disclosure of loan costs and affiliated business relationships
•    Gain an understanding of protections for financially distressed homeowners provided by federal laws and the Delaware Loan Modification Service Act
 

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5.0
1 Rating
Online
Mandatory

Delaware Core Module 6 – Practices of Real Estate

3

Delaware Core Module 6?Practices of Real Estate is approved for three hours of continuing education.  This course covers concepts and laws the govern property management and lease agreements in Delaware. Additionally, you will learn key information about the completion of appraisals, CMAs, and BPOs in Delaware.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

•    Review concepts foundational to understanding the agency relationship between the property manager and property owner and the duties owed to the property owner. 
•    Learn key provisions of Delaware’s Residential Landlord-Tenant Code specific to a property manager’s fulfillment of the residential tenancy cycle.
•    Gain an understanding of residential and commercial lease terms and requirements. 
•    Learn key provisions of Delaware’s Residential Landlord-Tenant Code specific to the creation, renewal, and termination of a residential lease.
•    Explain the key differences between an appraisal, a competitive market analysis, and a broker price opinion.  
•    Review how to prepare a competitive market analysis.
 

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4.7
71 Ratings
Online
Mandatory

New Salesperson Module 2 – Agreement of Sale – Buyer Representation

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Examine the various documents an agent must use when representing a buyer in a real estate transaction. Module two of four required by the State of Delaware. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Gain insights on legal forms, including Delaware’s Statewide Agreement of Sale, the Short-Sale and Must-Have Addendums, and the Consumer Information Statement
  • Review the amendatory language for transactions financed by the Veteran’s Administration or the Federal Housing Administration 
  • Explore the Delaware Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act (DUCOIA)
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4.3
8 Ratings
Online
Mandatory

New Salesperson Module 4 – Real Estate Professionalism

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In this fourth of four modules of continuing education required by the State of Delaware you’ll grow your knowledge of the basic tenets and principles of professional behavior expected by real estate professionals in Delaware. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Explore the Concept of Professionalism and The Golden Rule 
  • Review the Pathways to Professionalism concept and delineate the suggested behaviors for a real estate professional when working to have ‘Respect for the Public,’ ‘Respect for Property,’ and ‘Respect for Peers’
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4.3
8 Ratings
Online
Elective

Cybersecurity: Protecting the Real Estate Transaction

3

Do you feel prepared for a cyber attack? This course will help you to identify scams and how cybercriminals gain access to organizations’ network systems with the intention of stealing data or holding files hostage. You will learn why real estate organizations are targeted, preventative measures to protect your data, and guidelines for establishing a cybersecurity policy manual.

Course Highlights

•    Learn about types of cybersecurity attacks
•    Understand why cybersecurity is necessary
•    Explore why real estate organizations are targeted for cyber crimes
•    Gain knowledge on how to prevent cyber attacks
•    Learn how to establish a cybersecurity policy
 

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Online
Elective

Ethics in the Age of Disruption

3
This course was created and designed to train and instruct REALTORS® on the practical application of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics and fulfills the REALTOR® Triennial Ethics Requirement.
Every three years, the National Association of REALTORS® requires members to complete a REALTOR® Code of Ethics course in order to remain in good standing with their local, state, and national associations.
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4.6
10212 Ratings
Online
Elective

Property Condition Discovery and Disclosure Compliance

3

This course covers information to aid real estate licensees in better understanding how to comply with the laws the govern real estate property condition disclosure. This course covers the obligations of sellers, buyers, and agents in the discovery and disclosure of residential property conditions. Focus is given to requirements for making environmental hazard disclosures and handling stigmatized property disclosure exceptions.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

•    Recall material facts and defects that require seller disclosure is most states.
•    Describe the obligations of sellers and seller agents in providing property condition disclosures to potential buyers.
•    Describe the obligations of buyer agents in ensuring clients understand the seller’s disclosure process and important steps in buyer due diligence.
•    Learn about the health risks and disclosure requirements for potential internal and external environmental hazards.
•    Review how to handle inquires and disclosure exceptions related to stigmatized property, HIV/AIDs exposure, and sex offenders.
•    Read case information to learn how courts have ruled in different states and under different circumstance in handling complaints related to the property disclosure obligations and liabilities of individuals involved in a real estate sales transaction.
 

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4.7
52 Ratings
Online
Elective

Serving Generational Clients

3

Real estate professionals need to stay aware of demographic shifts that impact consumers’ home buying and selling. This course focuses on the demographics and home buying and selling trends for six generation groups: Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, and Generations X, Y, Z, and A. Based on four important generation home buying trends, specific focus is given to environmentally-friendly home features, multi-generational home solutions, planned unit developments, and first-time home buyer preparedness. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Learn the birth dates that define each generation group and gain an understanding of the major life experiences that shaped the attitudes and behaviors of group members.
  • Discover current home buying and selling trends for each generation group.
  • Review detailed information about features that make a home energy-efficient and resources for helping your buyer-clients assess if a home satisfies their environmentally-friendly needs.  
  • Learn why and how accessory dwelling units may be a solution for clients seeking multi-generational home solutions.
  • Be better prepared to guide first-time Gen Xer and Millennial home buyers through the complex home purchase process with a focus on preparedness for mortgage loan approval. 
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