Real Estate Sales/Broker

Please Note: The below Continuing Education classes are for the 2013-2014 biennium.

All licensed Sales/Brokers are required to complete 18 hours of continuing education by December 14, 2014. You must attend one three-hour course from each of the following six course offerings:

Fall 2015 Semester Courses

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194-477 RE CE I/Wisconsin Listings

Structured according to required Wisconsin licensing continuing education curriculum. Wisconsin Listings focuses on delivery methods, protected buyers/extension of listing, marketing, fair housing, lead based paint, Real Estate Condition Report, Agency-Broker disclosure to client, termination, signatures, listings for lease, types of listings, listings using non-approved forms, open houses & showing responsibilities, Sherman Antitrust Act and WB-42 Amendment to the listing contract.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-477-001

CRN: 11860
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 09/02/15-09/02/15
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B130

Offering number: 194-477-002

CRN: 11861
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 10/03/15-10/03/15
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-12:50pm
Room: B130

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194-478 RE CE IIWisconsin Offers

Structured according to required Wisconsin licensing continuing education curriculum. Wisconsin Offers provides an in-depth look at disclosure by licensees, acceptance v. binding acceptance, delivery methods, properly incorporating addenda, financing contingency, appraisal contingency, WB-45 Cancellation Agreement and Mutual Release, real estate condition reports, signatures, and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-478-001

CRN: 11863
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 12/05/15-12/05/15
Days: Saturday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B130

Offering number: 194-478-002

CRN: 11864
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 48
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 10/07/15-10/07/15
Days: Wednesday
Times: 09:00am-12:50pm
Room: B140

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194-479 RE CE III/Wis New Devlepoments

Structured according to required Wisconsin licensing continuing education curriculum. Wisconsin New Developments provides real estate professionals with a necessary update of revisions to Wisconsin Statutes and Wisconsin Administrative rules relating to real estate, all other relevant revisions to Wisconsin forms, Administrative Rules, and Statutes, and proposed revisions to Wisconsin licensing laws.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-479-001

CRN: 11865
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 11/11/15-11/11/15
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B130

Offering number: 194-479-002

CRN: 11866
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 09/12/15-09/12/15
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-12:50pm
Room: B130

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194-480 RE CE IV/Ethics & Fair Hous WI

Ethics and Fair Housing In Wisconsin will satisfy the National Association of REALTORS quadrennial code of ethics requirements. Discusses ways to improve standards of practice by focusing on competency, fairness, and Integrity. Ethical agents will be honest with all parties, protect clients' interests, and cooperate with other agents to advance clients' interest. Explores how timely communication and providing equal services to all consumers will raise the level of professionalism in the Industry and avoid fair housing complaints. Instruction on the REALTORS Code of Ethics and the Golden Rule. Reviews enforcement processes Including the Department of Safety and Professional Services enforcement process, the REALTORS arbitration process, and the professional standards enforcement process.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-480-001

CRN: 11867
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 09/19/15-09/19/15
Days: Saturday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B130

Offering number: 194-480-002

CRN: 11868
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 10/21/15-10/21/15
Days: Wednesday
Times: 09:00am-12:50pm
Room: B140

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194-481 RE CE V/Disclosures WI Trans

Disclosures is a Wisconsin Transaction helps real estate professionals understand what disclosure obligations licensees have and what disclosure obligations sellers have. Reviews the more common disclosure iissues in Wisconsin transactions such as waterfront property, use-value assessments, and environmental issues. Explains the difference between non-conforming use and non-conforming structure. Discusses particular potential disclosure issues such as underground storage tanks, asbestos, renovations without permits and easements.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-481-001

CRN: 11869
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 09/23/15-09/23/15
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B130

Offering number: 194-481-002

CRN: 11870
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 11/14/15-11/14/15
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-12:50pm
Room: B130

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194-482 RE CE VI/Risk Redn Sale/Broker

Risk Reduction for Wisconsin Salespeople and Brokers provides instruction for brokers and salespeople to practice in a way that limits everyone's exposure to liability. Explores broker supervisions, liability for brokers and salespeople, accurate drafting and presentation of proposals, and record retention. Compares customers and clients and disclosure of compensation and interests. Contrasts fee-splitting and incentives. Reviews requirements for a broker office policy manual and how to ensure that agents follow it and avoid the unauthorized practice of law. Overview of RESPA and affiliated business practices.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-482-001

CRN: 11871
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 49
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 10/24/15-10/24/15
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-12:50pm
Room: B130

Offering number: 194-482-002

CRN: 11872
Tuition/fee: $23.76
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: Tiefenthaler, John P
Dates: 12/02/15-12/02/15
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B130

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