About this Course
This course covers the forms that are currently causing issues for agents in the field, emphasizing the purpose, standards of practice, and pitfalls, as well as specific loan program updates affecting the industry. You will learn about recent WA state real estate legislative issues, including real estate excise tax legislation, business and occupation taxes, fair housing and the protected classes, and the Residential Landlord-Tenant Act (RLTA). The final module begins by exploring professional cooperation and resolving disputes through mediation or arbitration. After reviewing the responsibilities of managing brokers, designated brokers, and branch managers, the final lesson takes a closer look at multiple offers and the best practices.
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- Topic Area I: Legal Update
- Topic Area II: Legislative Update
- Topic Area III: Business Practices Update
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