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Core A CE Course Descriptions
CORE A 1606
Legal Issues: Risk Management Remix for Today’s Market
Staying on top of the changes and challenges in today’s real estate market is hard. This course gives the licensee an update on some of the situations and problems they will face in today’s environment.
CORE A 1627
Fair Housing, Agency, License Law and Escrow: Statutes, Relationships, and Business Practices
Real estate is a relationship business. How a licensee interacts with the clients they represent and the customers they cross paths with is regulated by License Law and the Federal, State and local laws that address Fair Housing and Human Rights. This course centers on business practices that will enhance client relationships and at the same time establish risk management habits to reduce liabilities.
CORE A 1634
Fair Housing, Agency, License Law and Escrow
This course provides an in-depth review of the Real Estate License Act of 2000 with particular emphasis on Fair Housing, Agency, Licensing Requirements, compensation and business practices, escrow and disciplinary provisions.
CORE A 1675
Fair Housing, Agency, License Law and Escrow – It’s Time for a Check-up!
Make an appointment to have a 'checkup' to be sure you are on top of what license law and agency requirements are relative to issues in today's market. A bit of prevention ensures you are handling escrow funds and contracts on distressed properties correctly as well as a shot or two of info on the protocols of submitting offers, Minimum Services, and commission issues. This may be a review, but it's a whole lot better than the 'medicine' you'll need if don't know how to handle these situations.
CORE A 16014
Fair Housing, Agency, License Law and Escrow: Who Represents Me Anyway?
A good understanding of the laws and actions that are ethically and legally required by the State of Illinois enables a Broker to provide exemplary services to his or her clients. This course reviews several of the typical situations that a Broker may encounter during a real estate transaction and discusses how the Illinois law translates into everyday situations.