CT Real Estate Law Review and Fair Housing Part 1

Overview

This course explores the rules governing the establishment of an agency relationship between real estate licensees and their clients. It examines dual agency and designated agency, and describes the fiduciary duties owed to clients. Connecticut representation agreements are also examined in detail. Numerous case studies highlight the outcomes that are likely when licensees fail to comply with the state’s agency and other laws.

This mandatory course meets the requirements for the 2018 to 2020 license renewal cycle. 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • identify licensees’ obligations to clients and customers
  • explain how the Multiple Listing Service and the 1983 FTC report led to new representation and disclosure requirements
  • define dual agency and recognize the disclosures that must be made to use this type of representation
  • define designated agency
  • summarize the duties and responsibilities integral to Connecticut agency relationships
  • explain general agency structure and licensees’ responsibilities under such structures
  • understand why proper agency disclosures are a critical element of practicing real estate

Designed For

Connecticut real estate professionals at all levels of their career

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