California real estate licensees owe important duties to buyers and sellers during a real estate transaction. This course explores how agency relationships are created and terminated, the fiduciary duties owed to clients, and the potential liabilities that may arise during such relationships. The course also examines the different types of listing agreements and disclosures required by law, and how buyer brokerage and dual agency operate in California.

Agency - General Information Page

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • explain the agency relationships available to potential clients and customers
  • discuss all required disclosures that must be made to clients and customers
  • identify the fiduciary duties owed to a principal
  • illustrate subagency
  • describe the implications of in-house sales
  • describe the essential elements of an agency agreement
  • explain the rules governing the payment of compensation to licensees

Designed For

California brokers and salespersons

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