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Property Disclosures

Today's real estate professional works in a highly litigious environment. Lawsuits against licensees continue to escalate at an alarming rate.  Approximately two-thirds of all lawsuits brought against real estate professionals are based on misrepresentation, negligence, or fraud. Knowing what, when, and how to disclose is of utmost importance.

This course focuses on the key property disclosure issues. Property condition disclosure is determined almost exclusively by state law. Therefore, licensees are encouraged to become familiar with their state laws governing property disclosure, stigmatized property, Megan's Law, and disclosure of latent defects.

It is hoped this course will help to educate the real estate professional on these important topics, and will serve as a guide to reducing risk.

Theories of Legal Liability–Misrepresentation, active and passive fraud, negligent misrepresentation, negligent     nondisclosure, and negligent advice

Key Liability Topic Areas – Mold, lead-based paint, stigmatized property, and other environmental concerns

Sample mold disclosure forms and necessary lead-based paint disclosure forms

The cost of Property Disclosures - TREC Continuing Education Course #4537: For the affordable cost of $29.95 you will receive your enrollment paperwork, ebook of the text and any needed instructional assistance.  You will also receive your diploma via email, and will be added to our mailing list to receive our very informative email newsletter.  Do not miss this excellent opportunity to obtain your certified TREC continuing education WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR OFFICE ! !

Courses may be repeated,
even if previous credit has been awarded and posted to your TREC records. A course may be repeated as long as it is not repeated during the current licensing period for affiliate brokers continuing education and brokers post-licensure education.

College Credits: The Career Institute is not recognized by any particular college but students have reported college credit awarded by some institutions based upon Career Institute transcripts. If college credit is your desire and you want to transfer the credits to your local college, please determine if our transcripts will be acceptable and transferable to the college of your choice prior to signing up for our program.

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