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This exclusive course provides you with an in-depth review of the 2017 Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR) Purchase and Sale Agreement (F20). You will learn how to identify recent changes in the form as well as new forms added to the forms package, correctly complete each of the changed paragraphs, and explain important sections to clients. This paragraph-by-paragraph guide includes references and real-world examples.
It’s real estate boot camp time! Learn the basics necessary to start and maintain a successful real estate career. This course meets the 2016 license law continuing education requirement and is an excellent course for both new and experienced agents.
This course will present the elements of a buyer agency relationship and compares the services offered to clients as well as customers. Course will help an agent formulate a compelling buyer agency presentation.
This course is a must. Gain an understanding of how the sales comparison approach to property value can differ from other classic methods of property valuation.
This course will explain the differences between an exhibit and an amendment and help the agent to assess the necessary forms required for various transactions. Many forms are covered in detail. The course will enhance the agent’s ability to identify the various provisions needed to complete an efficient and ethical transaction.
This course summarizes the current fair housing laws. Review the protected classes, violations of the law and penalties, and prohibited practices. Evaluate discriminatory behavior by sellers and buyers and how to respond as a rea estate professional.
Learn what information is required to complete the Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR) Residential Lease, form F40, in this paragraph by paragraph review of the current form. Ensure you know the requirements of both the Georgia Landlord-Tenant Laws and the Georgia Real Estate License Laws for handling security deposits, rent money and much more in this in-depth review that includes real-world examples.
Mortgage fraud's true scope is unknown because there are no systems in place to fully measure its occurrence. This course is devoted to disclosing the magnitude of the problem while examining the differences between fraud for house and fraud for money. The course explains in graphic detail the various "red flags" in an appraisal, a real estate sales contract, and various loan documents that might signal mortgage fraud, and makes use of the video Closing The Door On Mortgage Fraud produced by the Georgia Association Of REALTORS®.
This course will teach you how to use your personal resources to gain more buyers and sellers. Learn how to classify your prospects to develop personal marketing strategies to reach your income goals.
Learn the basics necessary to start a successful real estate career. This is an excellent course for both new and experienced agents. Topics include: prospecting and marketing, seller agency, property disclosure, buyer agency, handling earnest money, GAR sales contracts, and amendments.
Effective July 1, 2016, any licensee renewing a real estate license must complete 3 hours of continuing education in an approved course on the topic of license law. This course meets the license law education requirement and reviews the Georgia Real Estate License Laws, and the Rules required under Rule 520-2-.04(6)(f). Examine the license laws and rules on brokerage, trust funds, and unfair practices.
This course will define the steps involved in the listing process. Discover how the Georgia Exclusive Seller Listing Agreement applies to relationships, duties, marketing and disclosure.
Every day real estate licensees are involved in some type of negotiation. It might involve negotiating a listing agreement, a buyer agency agreement or a sales contract, but the knowledge and skills necessary in every circumstance are the same. This course explains the importance of acquiring information, the power of knowledge, the importance of understanding the ten negotiating “powers”, and various negotiating techniques. It also examines non-verbal keys in negotiating and concludes with four vignettes for analysis and discussion.
Learn to limit property misrepresentation liability by understanding the seller’s disclosure responsibilities. The course illustrates examples of misrepresentations and provides hints to properly handle a stigmatized property.
Many licensees find themselves in the unfortunate position of violating laws and/or rules, not by design but by failure to understand or be knowledgeable of the applicable law. This course will provide answers to the questions that EVERYBODY should have! The economy is making life as a real estate licensee challenging enough…don’t compound your day with ignorance of important issues! This information packed course designed for these trying times by Tom Gillett, approved and sponsored by the Georgia Real Estate Commission, is the information licensees need, and they need it now!