Kansas Required Core


This course provides a comprehensive overview of the Kansas Brokerage Relationships in Real Estate Transactions Act (BRRETA) and explores brokerage relationships and their accompanying agreements. It highlights common violations by licensees involving disclosures, purchase contracts, and advertising. The course also reviews fair housing changes, the mechanics of handling licenses on the Kansas Real Estate Commission website, and licensee's reporting responsibilities.

This course meets the three-hour mandatory Kansas Required Core requirement.


Learning Objectives

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  • explain the necessary steps to creating brokerage relationships in Kansas
  • describe the fiduciary duties that licensees owe to sellers, buyers, tenants, and landlords
  • demonstrate an understanding of how to create a designated agency
  • identify common compliance violations found in purchase contracts
  • recognize common issues found in agency/transaction brokerage agreements
  • explain the difference between service animals and emotional support animals and how that difference applies in rental situations
  • explain the rules for advertising properties listed by a team or group
  • describe the advertising rules to be followed when selling property that a licensee personally owns
  • describe the information available to licensees on the KREC portal and the licensure activities that can be performed online
  • explain educational requirements for license renewal
  • summarize licensees' reporting responsibilities

Designed For

All Kansas real estate licensees

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