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Contracts - What You Need to Know but were Afraid to Ask

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Course Name Contracts - What You Need to Know but were Afraid to Ask
Course Description

This course explores the most frequently used contract in real estate: the TREC One to Four Family Residential Resale contract. This course deliberately delves into the intricate details of this nine page document that governs the exchange of both property and money between the buyer and the seller. Agents will learn about critical dates and timeframes within the contract, as well as documents ancillary to the transaction, such as surveys and appraisals. The course comprehensively explores the transaction process and the sequence of events that lead to closing. Likewise, the course will review commonly used addenda in residential resale transactions.

This course is essential and relevant to all real estate license holders as it explores the most frequently used contract in Texas real estate transactions: the TREC One to Four Family Residential Resale contract. License holders will learn how to advise clients to complete the contract allowing for the most protection for themselves as well as the agent. Real estate agents will be able to apply the knowledge they learn from this course directly to their real estate business when explaining the contract, its parameters, and its intent to clients.

Course Date

Wed, Jun 09, 2021 8:30 - 4:30

Provider Name Texas REALTORS®
Provider Number 0001
Course Number 37309
Contact Name Delilah Miceli
Phone Number 9798362011
Email Click to email Delilah Miceli
Instructor(s) Array
Location

P.O. Box 2252
Brenham, TX 77834

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CE Credit 8

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