Minnesota Continuing Education Course: 7/1/17-6/30/18 Salesperson & Broker Required Module

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Minnesota Continuing Education COURSE

Minnesota CE:7/1/17-6/30/18 Salesperson & Broker Required Module

7/1/17-6/30/18 Salesperson & Broker Required Module

$35
3.75 Total hours
0 Elective hours
3.75 Mandatory hours

This course covers agency law, its history, foundation, and Minnesota license rules regarding relationships in a real estate transaction.

This course will also look at federal fair housing law, its history, rules, and regulations. Prohibitions under the federal Fair Housing Act and the Minnesota Human Rights Act will be covered.

Additionally, the course will review the laws and requirements pertaining to real estate transactions involving special entities as parties in real estate transactions. It will focus on issues that arise for real estate licensees from the time of customer inquiries through entering into a purchase agreement. Special entities covered will include powers of attorney, trusts, estates, guardianships, conservatorships, divorces and corporate entities.

This course satisfies ALL of the following: 1-Hour Fair Housing, 1-Hour Agency Law, and the 1-Hour Broker Module Requirement.

Course highlights include:

  • Understanding agency law and Minnesota license rules on agency relationships
  • Recognizing key facts about the Federal Fair Housing Act
  • Applying the tenets of the Minnesota Human Rights Act
  • Avoiding the prohibited acts under fair housing law
  • Applying what is required by law involving special entities in a real estate transaction, including:  Powers of attorney, trusts, estates, guardianships, conservatorships, divorces, and corporate entities
  • Learning how to identify issues related to these special circumstances and what to do when they arise
  • Becoming better equipped to serve buyers and sellers in today’s complex real estate transactions
  • Activities and examples to seal in the new information and frame it in everyday context