2020-2022 10-Hour Broker and Salesperson Renewal Package With NAR Ethics

$89.95
Online
Mandatory
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2020-2022 A Walk Through the Law

4 Hours

In this course, we will take an in-depth look at the laws and regulations that affect the practice of real estate in the state of South Carolina.  As a real estate licensee, you have specific legal responsibilities. Title 40 covers “Professions and Occupations,” and Chapter 57 provides specific regulations for real estate brokers, brokers-in-charge, salespersons, and property managers.  In Chapter 1, you will learn where the laws governing the real estate profession come from. You will also learn about how the law is written so that you can quickly locate relevant information. We will also cover how to read a statute and the meaning of the specific language used in the statutes.  Chapter 2 is an in-depth review of Article 1, which covers general provisions that apply to real estate brokers, salespersons, and property managers. This article explains the purpose and duties of the South Carolina Real Estate Commission. It also covers licensing requirements and the duties of the broker-in-charge and associated licensees. In Chapter 3, we will review Article 3, which covers real estate broker, broker-in-charge, and salespersons. This article covers the procedures for license application and renewal. Specific to brokers, you will learn about the laws that detail brokerage firm duties to clients, agency relationships, and the applicability of common law. We will also discuss the duties that licensees have to customers and clients. In Chapter 4, we will cover Article 5 and the laws that pertain to property managers. Property managers are held to many of the same laws as brokers and licensees when it comes to their duties to consumers and trust accounting. There are, however, different requirements when obtaining a property manager license and a property manager-in-charge license. We will also review the management of residential multiunit rentals in this chapter. Article 7 will be covered in Chapter 5. This is the final article of Chapter 57, and it contains law regarding misconduct and redress. We will review the various grounds that can lead to disciplinary action by the Commission, as well as the proper investigation and disciplinary procedures. We will also cover the process for reinstating a license that has been revoked or suspended.

4 Hours
Online
Elective
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NAR: May the Code Be With You

3 Hours
This continuing education course addresses the specifics of the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics and ethical practices and decision-making for real estate professionals. Additionally, this course may potentially be approvable for REALTORS® who wish to fulfill Code of Ethics requirement from the National Association of REALTORS®. Check with your local REALTORS® association.
3 Hours
Online
Elective
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JMan's Tech Tools

3 Hours
To be successful in the real estate industry, you need to study the trends to understand the consumer, so you can know how to provide better service. Today’s consumers are looking for real estate agents who understand technology and can use various technologies and applications to communicate. In this course, we will discuss the best methods of communication when working with Millennial and tech-savvy consumers. You will learn why video is one of the number one tools you need to take advantage of to attract these consumers. By the end of the course, you will have the resources you need to take advantage of current technology and apps that will help you communicate effectively with a variety of consumers.
3 Hours

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