Oregon Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) 2020-2021

Overview

The Oregon Real Estate Board requires all real estate licensees to complete a three-hour course on recently enacted legislation in the state. This course provides a detailed overview of four laws that were enacted that affect single-family zoning, no-cause evictions, unclaimed property, and rent increases. It also examines the housing crisis in Oregon and how these laws will help people obtain more affordable housing options. The course concludes with a discussion of the steps Oregon is taking to mitigate radon exposure in properties and how to ensure compliance with federal and state fair housing and advertising laws.

This three-hour course meets the Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) continuing education requirement for Oregon real estate licensees.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • describe Oregon's requirement that cities plan for and accommodate needed housing types, such as multifamily and manufactured housing
  • recognize how new legislation has impacted land use planning, urban growth boundaries, and single-family zoning
  • explain the new just-cause eviction notice requirements, prohibitions, and exceptions
  • identify how unclaimed property is administered in the state
  • recognize how to comply with federal and state fair housing and advertising laws
  • describe the steps Oregon has taken to minimize risks from radon

Designed For

All real estate licensees in Oregon
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