About this Course
Agency relationships exist because real estate transactions are complex. Buyers and sellers need your expertise to help them complete a sale legally and ethically while maximizing profit and minimizing losses. Clients place trust in their agents to fulfill certain fiduciary duties and responsibilities.
In this course, we'll review the distinct categories of agency relationship. Each type of agency relationship offers its own means and degree of representation. Each comes with its own set of legal and ethical guidelines.
We'll cover services that are available to clients, as well as services that can be offered without creating agency. You'll learn about agreement to pay, offers of cooperation and compensation, and vicarious liability.
Finally, we'll discuss the principles of ethical behavior and present a model for ethical decision-making that can help you navigate dilemmas that will inevitably arise within an agency relationship.
This course satisfies 3 Law of Agency credits in New York
What You Get
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The 30 Hour Construction Outreach course is NOT equivalent to the OSHA 510 or 511 courses and will not meet the course prerequisites to take the OSHA 500 or 501 courses. You must start the course within 12 months of registration, and complete the course within 6 months of starting.
- The Agency Relationship
- Designated Agency
- Seller Agency
- Buyer Agency
- Dual Agency
- Customers vs. Clients
- Relationship between Broker and Licensees
- Services Offered to Clients
- Disclosure Requirements
- Agreement to Pay and the Agency Relationship
- Services Offered to Prospective Purchasers without Creating Agency
- Multiple Listing Associations
- Offers of Cooperation and Compensation
- Vicarious Liability and Imputed Knowledge
- Principles of Ethical Behavior
- Defining Ethics
- Generalities about Ethical Behavior
- Two Ethical Theories
- A Model for Ethical Decision-Making
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