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This course will update licensees on current issues and trends impacting their clients to help them better serve clients concerned about the current tax law, fair housing protections and rights for the protected classes of disability and sex, and provides resources for low- and moderate-income households to find and finance affordable housing.
The practice of real estate in Virginia has seen a turbulent and exciting time in the last few years. Markets have adjusted, sales volumes have fallen and risen, and several legislative items have passed in the state. This course will cover some of the more important legal updates and emerging trends, followed by some recent disciplinary actions imposed by the Virginia Real Estate Board.
Agency is the framework in which you represent the needs of buyers and sellers in transactions. Agency Law outlines the representation options available to buyers and sellers, and it explains your required duties. This course also details the disclosures and agreements necessary when entering into agency relationships and the concepts involved in dual agency and designated agency.
Contracts drive real estate. From listing agreements to buyer/broker agreements to leasing contracts to escrows, contracts are the legally binding glue that holds the industry together. The contract writing course is designed to provide a detailed look at successfully working with common real estate contracts and purchase agreements. You’ll learn how to avoid possible litigation by appropriate contract completion.