30 Hour Course
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Course ID: 1506
Approved By: Oregon Real Estate Agency
Brokers managing a real estate business will want to take advantage of this 30-hour complete CE package. Included in the course are the 3 hour LARRC requirement, as well as 27 hours of education on prescribed topics important to the supervision of a real estate business and employees.
The LARRC course will address the latest legislative updates and rule changes affecting real estate licensees, including new procedures for the management of clients’ trust accounts, and advertising regulations.
The topic of agency will follow, reviewing the duties and responsibilities of the parties in an agency relationship. We’ll also discuss the role of a broker when it comes to supervision and management of client trust accounts.
After that, we’ll review some basic contract law that licensees should understand, as well real estate-specific contracts. We’ll review the concept of agency, including the responsibilities of the parties to an agency agreement. We’ll also explore the agency agreement as it relates to property management.
Errors and omissions will also be tackled in this package, where we’ll discuss the types of liability issues that licensees may encounter and should maintain coverage for. We’ll look at other financial activities as well, including proper recordkeeping and reports.
Next, we’ll talk about the role of an agent in a neutral escrow or co-op transaction, before we move onto business activities. This includes a discussion of successful business practices, office policies and procedures, and working with other licensees in an office.
Following that we’ll move onto a discussion of advertising. This will include the laws and rules that licensees need to observe in their marketing, as well as offer guidelines and ideas for promoting services and creating an advertising plan. This section will also address the serious issues of fraud and misrepresentation.
Finally, we’ll end the course with a look at other professional real estate activities, such as real estate investment and counseling, disclosure laws, and more.