Date: Friday, December 20, 2019
Time: 9am – 4pm
Instructor: John Gillam
Sponsor: Mark Pepin, Advantage Home Inspection and Dana Schnorr, Fidelity National Title
Location: Longmont Association of REALTORS, 420 Kimbark Street. Longmont
Cost: $65 REALTOR/$75 Non-REALTOR, breakfast and lunch provided
CE Credit: 6 Hours
This class is designed to help brokers clarify the differences in the roles between Agent and transaction broker and what dictates which you would use. It will present a review of the Uniform Duties expected of all brokers, the additional duties of an agent and a basic understanding of how these roles are impacted during REO, FSBO and Limited Service listings. We will also discuss the various disclosures brokers and clients are required to provide in the contract, how brokers should protect themselves WHILE making disclosure to make sure they are not stigmatizing a property or damaging a client unknowingly. This class will specifically help brokers to learn to reduce liability in over / under acting in their relationship and in making sure proper disclosure is made. There is also a full run down of the listing agreement and what brokers should make sure they gather at the time of the listing and have represented in this agreement as well as a review of the buyer agreement and how to avoid breaching this as a buyer broker.
From an LAR REALTOR Member: “I just want to tell you that I will take any class you offer with John Gilliam as the instructor! The Due Diligence class this morning was outstanding! He has a great depth of knowledge, great practical experience, is articulate and passionate… and funny! Thank-you for offering him up for us.”
Refunds: If the course is cancelled, or the student withdraws at least 5 days prior to the course, a full refund will be issued. If a student fails to appear for class or fails to cancel prior to the 5 days, no refund will be issued. Any refund due to the student will be issued within 30 days of cancellation, subject to receipt of a written request.