We will be adhering to Covid Safety Protocols set forth by the state and will make socially distancing in the classroom a priority. We also encouraging all attendees to wear a mask to protect all.
New Cancellation Policy – PLEASE READ
All cancellation requests must be made in writing. An 50% refund will be granted when the cancellation request is received 7 business days prior to the scheduled class/event. No refunds will be granted if the request is received later than 7 days prior to the scheduled class/event. Registrations are non-transferrable.
No-Shows Policy – Registrants who fail to attend the class and do not contact RACM Staff prior to the class/event start date with a cancellation request in writing (see above), will automatically forfeit all registration fees and/or be subject to a $25 No-Show fee.
CREST Classroom Rules and Regulations:
All cellular phones must be turned off or in silent mode, so as not to disturb the class.
No more than 10 minutes of each class may be missed in order to still receive CEU credits. Late arrivals will not be given CEU credits for the class.
Both the Sign In and Sign Out sheets for each class attended must be signed in order to receive CEU credits.
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CEU Classes @ CREST
August 15, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
CEU Classes at CREST
11am – 1pm
Due Diligence in Seller(s) Representation in Residential Real Estate Transactions
This CEU Class will cover the following topics:
2. Review of the NAR Legal Pulse as a research tool in general, and, more specifically explore cases that provide a framework for discussion.
3. Comparison of Quinlan v Clasby and DeWolfe v Hingham Centre, LTD as it relates to the aspect of due diligence as defined by the courts of the Commonwealth.
4. A discussion of the agent’s responsibilities to both their Principal (Seller) and their Broker/Owner to reduce the risk of liability for themselves, their company, and the consumers they represent.
5. In-laws and Accessory Units
6. Contracts to Purchase, and PSA (Purchase& Sale) language
7. Pre-closing and Closing
8. Walking the line between licensee and attorney