2024-2026 Alaska Counseling Consumers


Licensees play a critical role in helping consumers navigate the complexities of buying and selling homes. Because buying or selling a property is likely the largest, most important, and most complicated decision a consumer can make, Alaska's statutes and regulations set forth specific requirements governing licensees' behavior to ensure consumers' interests are always protected.

This course explores licensees' duties when representing clients, the importance of providing excellent customer service, and the various disclosures that must be made to protect clients' best interests.

This course is mandatory for the 2024-2026 cycle and has been approved for the two-hour designated CE course on consumer counseling.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • list the different types of licensee relationships, including representation, neutral licensee, designated licensee, and special assistance
  • describe the timely presentation of the Alaska Real Estate Consumer Disclosure
  • describe sellers' duty to disclose information about a property and to deliver the Residential Real Property Transfer Disclosure Statement
  • list the items that sellers must disclose on the disclosure statement
  • explain a licensee's duties to disclose all known material facts about a property
  • explain the purpose of a home inspection and its limitations

Designed For

Alaska licensees who are renewing their licensees for the 2024-2026 cycle

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