About this Course
Learn about the agency relationships that serve as the foundation of most real estate transactions.
In an agency relationship, clients place trust in a licensee to fulfill certain duties and fiduciary responsibilities towards the client. There are four types of agency relationships in Texas – you can serve as a seller's agent, buyer's agents, subagent, or intermediary. Each comes with its own set of guidelines and ethical issues.
It's important to enter your career with a thorough understanding of agency law in general and Texas agency law, specifically. This will enable you to serve your clients and customers to the best of your ability. It will also help you avoid litigation.
This course fulfills Texas pre-license educational requirements.
What You Get
Certificate of completion
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- The Basics of Agency Law
- Involved Parties and Agency Relationships
- Texas Real Estate License Act (TRELA)
- Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC)
- Creation and Termination of Agency Relationships
- Agency Disclosure Rules
- Agent's Duties and Liabilities
- Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act
- Types of Agency Agreements
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