Course Length: 12 Hours
CE Credit: Consumer Protection
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You will have up to ONE (1) year from the date of purchase to access and complete this course.
Also part of Ed-Pak 45
This course is designed to give the licensee a comprehensive understanding of the many issues regarding disclosure in the practice of real estate in California. The common law fiduciary duty of disclosure is explored along with the trend towards more expansive disclosure standards as set forth in the Easton case and the California Civil Code. Discussed in detail are the Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement, the Natural Hazards Disclosure requirements and the numerous other disclosures that are required when real property is sold or transfers. California Agency disclosure requirements and procedures are also examined in detail along with detailed discussion of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, disclosures required under the Subdivision Lands Act and the various disclosures required when financing real property. Upon completion of this course, the licensee will have a comprehensive knowledge and checklist of potential disclosures that should be made in a California real estate transaction.
This course contains approximately 12 hours of reading material, including two appendixes. The course is divided into eight segments. Review quizzes are placed at the end of each segment. A final examination is required at the end of the course. The final examination consists of 30 multiple choice questions. A test score of 70% or greater is required for course completion. The final examination is not downloadable or printable. BRE requirements allow for ONE re-take of a failed final exam. A second failure will result in a failing score for the entire course and it must be purchased again for credit.
BRE Disclaimer Statement
This course is approved for continuing education credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors or lecturers.