4 Hour CORE CE V.2

Content
5 modules

Difficulty
Basic

Rating

Course Length
4 hours

Instructor
REALTORS Real Estate School

Price
$40 - 45

Description

Understand the relationships formed between the sponsoring broker, the sponsored licensee and members of the public. Review legal, ethical and practical responsibilities including Illinois license law, the handling of escrow and transaction documents, Fair Housing issues and advertising.

 

* Required Course: 4 Hour CORE CE*

 

By purchasing this course, you acknowledge and accept CAR's school policies. Click here to view the school policies.

Objectives

License Law

  • The Real Estate License Act of 2000
  • Licensees’ duties and responsibilities to the public
  • Amendments to the Act
  • Definitions to explain nuances of the Act
  • Recordkeeping as defined within the Act and by IDFPR
  • Online licensing
  • Place of business requirements
  • Sponsored licensees and the sponsoring/managing brokers’ supervision of same
  • Termination of employment
  • Independent contractors versus employees
  • Personal assistants:  Licensed and unlicensed
  • Company policies for compliance with the law
  • Assumed names (DBA)
  • Disciplinary actions for:
    • Unprofessional conduct
    • Complaints and enforcement of complaints
    • Unlicensed practice of real estate
    • Non-payment of child support, tax deficiencies, convictions, and violations
    • Non-cooperation with IDFPR
    • CE discrepancies
    • Examples of violations and disciplines

Agency

  • Intent and history of agency relationships
  • Definitions of Consumer, Customer, Client
  • Responsibilities to Consumers and Customers
  • Ministerial Acts
  • Responsibilities to a Client (Fiduciary duties)
  • Types and disclosures of agency and non-agency relationships
  • Confidential information and responsibilities
  • Duties after the termination of a brokerage agreement
  • Agency issues when the licensee is a principal in a transaction
  • Compensation and agency
  • Property management
  • Leasing agent requirements and limitations

Brokerage Agreements and Disclosures

  • Types of listing, buyer brokerage, and tenant agency agreements
  • Required elements of the various brokerage agreements
  • Exclusive vs. non-exclusive brokerage agreements
  • Agency requirements for the licensee within those agreements
  • Loyalty-promoting the best interest of the client
  • Obedience-following the lawful directions of a client
  • Minimum services as required in exclusive brokerage agreements
  • Property management agreements
  • Commercial agreements
  • Leasing agreements:
    • Applications
    • Credit and background checks
    • Leases
  • Disclosures:
    • Illinois Residential Real Property Disclosure
    • Radon Disclosure
    • Lead-based paint disclosure
    • Failure to disclose information not affecting physical condition
  • Compensation:
    • Disclosure of compensation-referrals, ownership interest
    • Disclosure of licensee status
    • Disclosure of Contemporaneous Offers

Escrow

  • Definition of escrow money
  • Depositing, maintaining, and recordkeeping of escrow accounts
  • Disputes about escrow money
  • Disbursement of escrow money
  • Agent’s responsibilities concerning escrow money
  • Contractual obligations
  • Security deposits for leasing and property management
  • Disciplinary actions related to the mishandling of escrow
  • Escrow disputes and examples

Fair Housing

  • History and overview of Fair Housing:
    • Civil Rights Act of 1866
    • Title VIII Fair Housing Act
    • Illinois Human Rights Act
    • Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • The Federal, State, County, and Municipality Protected classes
  • Who is exempt from the Fair Housing Act
  • Disparate Impact and Disparate Treatment
  • Examples
  • Discriminatory practices
  • Discriminatory advertising
  • Residential Rentals-ADA compliance and Source of Income/Housing Vouchers/Section 8
  • What to do when encountering a fair housing violation
  • Record keeping and compliance with fair housing

Advertising

  • Requirements in advertising:
    • Sponsoring broker’s name/franchise affiliation
    • Disclosure of licensee’s ownership interest in a property
    • Fair housing guidelines in advertising
    • False or misleading advertising
    • Team names and advertising
    • Advertising another broker’s listing
    • Blind ads
  • Requirements for the media types:
    • Print ads
    • Signage
    • Websites
    • Internet
    • Social Media
    • Email-CAN-SPAM Act

Learning Credits

CEU
4.0
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Classroom - February 25, 2023
Classroom - March 2, 2023
Live Webinar - March 2, 2023
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