Hawaii 6 Hour Core Package for 2019-2020
- 6 Hour Course
This 6-hour package is composed of the two core courses for the 2019-2020 renewal period: Core A - "Protect Your License," and Core B - "Principal Brokers: The Buck Stops Here."
Core A will focus on new legislation including details of bills that were passed by the Hawaii State Legislature during the 2019 session and sent to the governor to be approved or vetoed. All legislation listed here has been updated at the time of publication. Also, we will cover Hawaii's regulatory foundation including the laws, rules, and regulations that govern the day-to-day business of real estate. As a licensee, you need to have intimate knowledge of legal and ethical lines and the ramifications of crossing those lines, regardless of intention.
Areas of study include:
Details of recently passed real estate legislation including laws pertaining to the notice of default & mediation, condominiums, historic preservation, and low-income housing.
The course rounds out with a focus on ethical conduct with case studies and examples covering the specifics of commingling, the nature of financial obligations to the buyer, and the complexities of client accounts and trust funds among several other ethical topics.
Core B concentrates on topics of current interest or importance to real estate licensees as determined by the Hawaii Real Estate Commission. This course will concentrate on a number of different legal issues that concern principal brokers, brokers in charge, and real estate licensees.
Areas of study include:
Principal Broker, management, supervisory requirements, case studies, and scenarios involving supervisory oversight. The section explores the management of real estate contracts, license management, inactive licenses, training programs, principal places of business, and associated violations of law.
We then wrap up the course with a discussion of brokers in charge, delegation authority, the absence of the principal and its related concerns, illness or death of the principal broker, and broker-in-charge responsibilities. Finally, the course delves into personal real estate transactions, the creation of entities for certain purposes, and finishes with 10 questions for the student to consider, and address.
Please note: This course expires on 01.01.2021. You must complete this course by 01.01.2021 to get your CE credit.
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- Course ID(s): C13211 and C13212
- Approved By: Hawaii Real Estate Branch
Sheri Wytcherley is the instructor for many of our real estate courses. She is a chart-topping principal broker and a passionate teacher with more than five years of experience as a real estate educator. See more details about Sheri’s background here.