16-Hour Salesperson Renewal Package With NAR Ethics

$149.00
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Mandatory
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Virginia Real Estate Combo

4 Hours
Gain confidence in your understanding of Virginia real estate law. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Review federal and state fair housing laws (2 hours) 
  • Explore contract law (1 hour) 
  • Examine agency law (1 hour)
4 Hours
Online
Mandatory
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Virginia Legal Updates, Emerging Trends and Ethics

4 Hours
Pocket useful insights on the most important legal and emerging trends in Virginia real estate. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Expand your knowledge of recent legislative items 
  • Review disciplinary actions imposed by the Virginia Real Estate Board 
  • Explore the Mortgage Act and Practices Rule, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, FHA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Ethics and Standards of Practice as based on the National Association of Realtors ® Code of Ethics 
  • Course includes and is approved for meeting the flood hazard areas and the National Flood Insurance Program requirement
4 Hours
Online
Mandatory
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Ethics in the Age of Disruption

3 Hours
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.
3 Hours
Online
New!
Elective
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Handling Multiple Offers

2 Hours
Multiple offers often happen in a seller’s market when competition for residential property is greatest and there are more buyers than there are properties for sale. However, it can occur in any market and especially for properties within an affordable price range.

The seller’s expectation (multiple offers or not) is to get the best price possible in the situation. Buyers expect to have a chance to get their best offer in front of the seller for consideration. Problems handling multiple offers stem from disregarding their expectations. Therefore, dealing with multiple offers involves using practices and procedures that give the seller a chance to get the best price possible in the situation and the buyers the chance to get their best offer in front of the seller.

It is the presentation and agency duties that create most multiple offer problems. When presenting multiple offers to sellers, real estate licensees must follow their state’s licensing rules and regulations and REALTORS® must follow the NAR Code of Ethics. This course describes how listing agents should present multiple offers to their sellers and how buyer’s agents may help buyers make their offers attractive to sellers.

It is intended to enhance the knowledge and effectiveness of real estate licensees and is approved for 2 hours of continuing education.
2 Hours
Online
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Elective
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Taking the Distress Out of Distressed Properties

3 Hours

Want to take the distress out of working with foreclosures and short sales? This course was designed with that in mind. You’ll learn from experts who have prospered in their real estate careers by working with distressed property transactions. Foreclosed and short sale properties were very prevalent after the housing bubble burst, but their numbers are much lower today. Still, there are homeowners who want to consider short sales as a way to avoid foreclosure, and there are lenders that want to reduce their inventory of foreclosed properties. This real estate market is one way to expand your business while serving the needs of sellers, buyers, and lenders.

Although every effort is made to maintain the accuracy of this course, recent changes in laws and procedures may not yet be reflected in the content.

3 Hours

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