Real Estate Sales/Broker

NOTE: 2017-2018 Biennium Renewal. Required materials are included in the course fee. Booklets will be provided to registered participants in class. Successful completion of all SIX courses is required for licensure renewal.

194-477 RE CE I/WI Listing Contracts

Course 1: Wisconsin Listing Contracts Focuses on the new WB-1 Residential Listing Contract Exclusive Right to Sell. Covers agency choices including the new language to describe the agency choices. Explores updated delivery methods including email as a form of delivery and how to add email to contracts where it does not already exist. Provides instruction on the revised commission section in the new listing and additional ways in which a buyer can become a protected buyer. Reviews ?as-is? sales and what they mean for the licensee and seller. Examines the disclosure requirements when a licensee is also the seller. The topics also include cooperation with other licensees, use of amendments, and marketing and advertising.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-477-001

CRN: 21078
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 01/31/18-01/31/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B115

Offering number: 194-477-002

CRN: 21079
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 02/24/18-02/24/18
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-01:50pm
Room: B115

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194-478 RE CE II/WI Offers to Purchase

Course 2: Wisconsin Offers to Purchase Reviews use of the WB-11 Residential Offer to Purchase. Discusses using the financing, closing of the buyer?s property and secondary offer contingencies. Covers ?as-is? sales and what they mean for the buyer and the licensee. Examines pre- and post-closing occupancy agreements. Provides instruction on fees that can affect the transaction such as the transfer fee, homeowner?s association fees and condominium fees. Reviews closing documents after. TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID). Examines the disclosure requirements when the buyer is a licensee. Topics also include safety, scams and the insurability of a property.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-478-001

CRN: 21080
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 02/03/18-02/03/18
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-01:50pm
Room: B115

Offering number: 194-478-002

CRN: 21081
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 02/28/18-02/28/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B115

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194-479 RE CE III/WI New Developments

Course 3: Wisconsin New Developments Updates licensees with the most recent changes and developments in real estate law, practices and procedures. Examines changes to Wisconsin statutes, administrative code provisions and case law. Provides instruction on revised forms including state forms and WRA forms. Covers pending and proposed legislative and regulatory changes, forms revisions and other potential changes to licensing regulations.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-479-001

CRN: 21082
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 02/21/18-02/21/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B115

Offering number: 194-479-002

CRN: 21083
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 04/14/18-04/14/18
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-01:50pm
Room: B115

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194-480 RE CE IV/Ethic & Best Practice

Course 4: Ethics and Best Practices Outlines Wisconsin licensee obligations with respect to the REALTOR Code of Ethics and Fair Housing Law. Topics in this course will highlight arbitration disputes, professional standards enforcement, providing equal services to all clients, and much more. This course will also delve into the Department of Safety and Professional Services? complaint process, fair housing, and specific articles and sections within the REALTOR Code of Ethics.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-480-001

CRN: 21084
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 02/10/18-02/10/18
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-01:50pm
Room: B115

Offering number: 194-480-002

CRN: 21085
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 05/02/18-05/02/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B115

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194-481 RE CE V/WI Invest Pr & PropMgt

Elective B: Wisconsin Investment Property and Property Management Reviews the different aspects of rental property in Wisconsin. Explores the nuts and bolts of rental property, offering something for everyone, whether an investor, a property manager, or the licensee negotiating the sale. Considers how a licensee influences transactions involving the sale, purchase or lease of rental property. Reviews approved forms and their use in transactions involving rental property. Covers trust account regulations, lead-based paint disclosures and eviction procedure in Wisconsin. Topics also include disposal of abandoned property, registration and permitting, valuing investment property, and the interaction between state law and local ordinance regulating rental properties.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-481-001

CRN: 21086
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 03/07/18-03/07/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B115

Offering number: 194-481-002

CRN: 21087
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 04/21/18-04/21/18
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-01:50pm
Room: B115

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194-482 RE CE VI/Other WI-apprvd Forms

Elective D: Wisconsin Condominiums Examines the use of the approved one-page forms such as notices, amendments, counter-offers, counter-proposals, and cancellation agreements and mutual releases. Explores the correct way to use each form and when it is in use. Provides instruction on when to use a notice and when to use an amendment in connection with a buyer?s home inspection contingency. Considers when and how to use a bill of sale when transferring personal property as part of the real estate transaction. Reviews the important discussion of addenda including who can use them, when they can be used, who can draft them, how to use them and limitations on a licensee?s use. Topics also include the correct way to use the Cancellation Agreement and Mutual Release and how buyers and sellers use these forms in negotiating during a transaction.

Course Credits

.15

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 194-482-001

CRN: 21088
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 05/05/18-05/05/18
Days: Saturday
Times: 09:00am-01:50pm
Room: B115

Offering number: 194-482-002

CRN: 21089
Tuition/fee: $43.77
Seats Open: 50
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 03/14/18-03/14/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 05:00pm-09:50pm
Room: B115

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