January 2019 Events and Continuing Education

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Mold & Real Estate Transactions (09:30 AM-10:30 AM
DESCRIPTION:
Mold has become increasingly talked about in both real estate and real estate transactions.  This class will provide insights into what Mold is, where and how Mold grows.  You will learn more about the health concerns of Mold, how certain Mold spores are more cause for concern than others.  The class will also discuss how to assess for Mold by utilizing Mold Inspections, and when it is necessary to air sample and/or tape sample.  Find out more about Mold remediation and how it should be performed and the guidelines for removal.  1 Elective Credit


Oil Tank & Real Estate Transactions (10:30 AM-11:30 AM
DESCRIPTION:
NJ is one of the most highly regulated states when it comes to leaky oil tanks. Real Estate transactions become highly complex when an oil tank is found and worse if the oil tank is found to be leaking.  Take this class and learn how to locate an oil tank, what steps to take if an underground oil tank is found, and what to do if the oil tank has indeed leaked.  Learn more on the government regulations pertaining to soil testing and remediation and find out how construction and environmental codes do not have the same meaning nor work together. 1 Elective Credit
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ABR Designation Course (2 day) 12 CE credits satisfies all 2019 Re-licensing requirements (2 day event 09:00 AM-04:00 PM
DESCRIPTION:
This two day course will cover:
  • Agency relationships
  • Duties to clients & responsibilities to customers
  • How agency relationships are established
  • The interview & counseling
  • The buyer representations agreement
  • Offer through accepted contract 
  • Follow through
  • Marketing Fundamentals
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Advertising Regulations (09:00 AM-12:00 PM
DESCRIPTION:
9 am - 12 noon—Advertising Regulations - $35 pp
A large part of the real estate business involves advertising either properties or oneself.  This course is designed to review not only the state requirements but also other various legal obligations such as the Code of Ethics, Fair Housing obligations, Truth in Lending law, etc. Learning will be done through numerous Dos and Dont's examples
 
1 pm - 4 pm - Environmental Concerns in the Real Estate Transactions $35pp
Have you covered all your basis regarding the various topics you should be discussing with your clients?  Do you know enough to protect your clients, or know when to refer them to experts?,.
The course reviews the legal requirements and the current market requirements for such items as lead paint, oil tanks, septic systems, mold, asbestos, radon, solar panels as well as NJ environmental regulations with an impact on the residential transaction (Highlands Act, Pinelands, Freshwater Wetland and Wetland Acts)
 
 

Environmental Concerns in the Real Estate Transactions (01:00 PM-04:00 PM
DESCRIPTION:
Have you covered all your basis regarding the various topics you should be discussing with your clients?  Do you know enough to protect your clients, or know when to refer them to experts?,.
The course reviews the legal requirements and the current market requirements for such items as lead paint, oil tanks, septic systems, mold, asbestos, radon, solar panels as well as NJ environmental regulations with an impact on the residential transaction (Highlands Act, Pinelands, Freshwater Wetland and Wetland Acts)
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Code of Ethics (09:30 AM-12:30 PM
DESCRIPTION:
This course covers the REALTOR Code of Ethics of the National Association of REALTORS in its entirety. Students will learn about the Preamble to the Code, the 17 Articles of the Code and their respective Standards of Practice, as well as the Pathways to Professionalism. 
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Code of Ethics - 2 Day Course - Satisfies CE Requirement for the entire 2017-2019 Licensing period (2 day event 09:30 AM-04:00 PM
DESCRIPTION:
This two day course will cover;

Duties to Clients and Customers

Duties to the Public

Duties to Realtors

This course provides a thorough review of ethics in Real Estate intended to give a sales agent a better and more complete understanding of a professional business practice.  Using real-life examples and case studies, this course discusses specific impacts different agency relationships can have on Real Estate transactions.  This course also examines the effects and penalties for breach of duty.  Finally, the course reviews federal fair housing laws that affect all licensees.
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