Course participants will review the buyers and listing agent's perspective on the seven paragraphs most often misunderstood when writing an offer. Learn how to set expectations and minimize challenges throughout the entire transactional process, including closing and funding. Participants will be better prepared to efficiently handle multiple offers and counteroffers and discover how to minimize risk.
In this course, we will cover each type of business entity recognized in Texas. We'll also discuss how to deal with out state entities, how each entity type is formed, who has authority to buy or sell on behalf of the entity and what documentation will be required for the closing transaction.
When buying or selling real property outside of urban cores, Texas has a dizzying array of entities that may provide utility services. In this class, Realtors will learn the different types of utility entities, which ones serve a particular property, the requirements and disclosures of selling property in certain utility entity jurisdiction and so much more!
Learn how to evaluate a tenant for qualification for possession of a rental unit, discern the differences between the types of leases, recognize the best lease for their clients, and how to describe leases to their client.
TikTok is a short-term, video sharing app that allows users to create and share videos that will help promote their business. In this beginner class, we will discuss the advantages of a TikTok profile, provide steps for creating the perfect TikTok video, share valuable content ideas that will attract a large audience, and end with tips and tricks.
This course is a step-by-step walkthrough of the appraisal process from a license holder perspective. The student will learn how to inspect property, verify the information, conduct market research, choose and evaluate comparables and ultimately setting the correct listing price. The student will learn about things that detour from value from obsolescence. And finally, the student will walk through the basic principles that affect the final price paid. License holders cannot conduct a certified appraisal, however, the real estate professional should be able to conduct a competitive market analysis as close to a certified appraisal as possible.
New & Notable TREC Form Changes
This course covers the recent TREC contract and addenda changes that affect you and your clients.
*This course counts towards the required 3 hours of contract CE hours needed.
Are you tired of showing property after property, writing offer after offer and having no success? How about your buyer clients? Learn how to write an offer that has the best chance of being accepted in a market where you see multiple offers. Learn how to present multiple offers to sellers in a manner for the benefit of all parties. Learn how to encourage mutually beneficial counter offers. And finally, the student will learn negotiation techniques that will help throughout the process.
This course is a review of the main contracts with a glimpse into some important addenda. Fast paced and intuitive. Much will be gained by attending this review, which meets the TREC requirements and will help you become a better and more proficient real estate professional.