2023-2024 When In Doubt, Disclose, Disclose, Disclose


The 2023-2024 South Carolina core course, When In Doubt, Disclose, Disclose, Disclose, takes an in-depth look at the various disclosures that licensees are required to make throughout their practice of real estate brokerage. Disclosure of a personal interest, advertising disclosures, disclosure of brokerage relationships, and the disclosure of fees from more than one party in a transaction are just a few of the topics covered. The course also reviews licensees' and sellers' duties to disclose material adverse facts concerning a property and the presentation of the Residential Property Condition Disclosure form.

This course meets the four-hour mandatory core course requirement for continuing education for the 2023-2024 license renewal cycle.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • discuss the benefits of full and fair disclosure and how consumers and agents are protected through disclosure laws
  • identify when a personal interest in a transaction must be disclosed
  • describe what licensees must disclose in advertising, including personal and team branding
  • list the brokerage relationship choices a firm may offer and the differences in customer and client services
  • define material adverse facts and describe the licensee's duty to disclose material facts
  • describe the disclosures required when receiving fees from more than one party and when affiliated licensees wish to purchase an in-house listing
  • list the reasons why a license may be denied or disciplinary action taken against a licensee for violating the disclosure rules

Designed For

South Carolina brokers and salespersons who are renewing their licenses for the 2023-2024 renewal cycle

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