Thursday, April 05, 2018 (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
2.5 CE Hours
The Oakes in Willmar-meeting room
Carbon Monoxide in Homes(1 hour)
The course provides an introduction to carbon monoxide, a common indoor air problem in homes. Topics addressed will include the causes of elevated indoor carbon monoxide, the associated health effects and ways that real estate professionals can help clients identify these problems during the purchasing process. The course is a 1-hour classroom lecture style course, and many opportunities for questions will be provided during the class. Further information on carbon monoxide can be found on the MDH website at: www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/indoorair/co/index.html
Radon in Minnesota Homes (1.5 hours)
This course provides an introduction to radon for real estate professionals. The learning objectives include: health concerns, how radon enters buildings, how to test for radon, how radon can be fixed, the new radon disclosure law and radon resistant new construction. It is a one and a half hour traditional classroom style lecture course. Opportunities for question and answer are provided throughout the course. More information on radon can be found at the MDH: www.health.state.mn.us/radonsale
West Central Association of REALTORS 1025 19th Avenue SW, Suite 5 Willmar, MN 56201
Residential Contracts and Investing in Your Investment property Consumer
Thursday, April 26, 2018 (8:30 AM to 4:45 PM)
7.5 CE Hours
Willmar Conference Center
Residential Contracts: Seller Paperwork
The ‘Residential Contract: Seller Paperwork’ course is designed to provide an overview of the contracts covered with examples for the agent input areas based on their client’s objectives along with explanations of the contractual stipulations. This course covers the following forms and topics: Agency Disclosure, Listing Contract: Exclusive Right to Sell, Affiliated Business Arrangement Disclosure, NorthStar MLS Input Form, NorthStar Certification to Withhold, Seller Disclosure, Truth in Housing requirements, Seller Estimated Net Proceeds, Arbitration Disclosure, CIC Addendum, and the Lead Based Paint Addendum.
This course has been approved by the MN Commissioner of Commerce for 3.75 real estate continuing education credits.
*For the purpose of this class the forms will reflect forms used by WCAR Members.
Instructor: Rob Phyle
Investing in Your Investment Property Consumer
There are many reasons consumers invest in property, to produce long term revenue or to flip and make a profit. Understanding the type of person that seeks investment property will help you to communicate and assist the consumer in meeting their wants and needs. Regardless of the reason for purchasing an investment property, as a REALTOR® you should know how to identify their short and long term goals, provide education and resources and assist in calculating ROI on their investment. After taking this course attendees will feel more confident in understanding why investors buy investment property and meeting the needs of the investor during the buying and selling process.
This course has been approved by the MN Commissioner of Commerce for 3.75 hours of Real Estate Continuing Education.