Whose House Is It Anyway?

Description

In today’s marketplace, no situation routinely faced by Realtors can be more frustrating, misunderstood and even present missed opportunity, than presenting and negotiating multiple offers. In today’s marketing place, there may be times when you receive multiple offers for the same property listing: how do you review these offers, present them and determine which one seems the most beneficial for your client?

In this course, we will discuss your obligations under License Law, law of agency and of course the Realtor Code of Ethics and MLS Rules. Learn what your obligations are as the Listing Agent to other brokers, agents, as well as, the rights of Buyer Brokers. This course will give you the fundamental principles to help guide you through the next multiple offer transaction.

Approved for 7.5 Hours CE Credit

Includes DOS Mandated 2 Hours Agency and Also Includes 2.5 Hours NAR Mandated Ethics Instructor: Don Scanlon

Cancellation Policy for LIBOR courses:

Full refund will be issued if cancellation is made 3 or more business days prior to class. NO REFUNDS if cancellation is less than 3 business days, instead Education Credit will be issued for use within one year of cancellation. Students who do not show for class will LOSE entire tuition.LIBOR reserves the right to cancel class if minimum enrollments is not met. If LIBOR needs to cancel or delay a class due to inclement weather or emergency, information will be posted on Stratus by 7:00 am and also on our automated voice mail message system on 631-661-4800, also by 7:00 am

Cancellation Policy for NAR Designation courses:

A cancellation 10 or more days before a class is subject to a $25 fee. No refund is available for a cancellation made within 10 days of class or for a no-show.”

Registration Closed CE Eligible