Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law


The 2022-2024 Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law course is the three-hour mandatory course that all Connecticut real estate licensees must complete to renew their license. The course reviews the important topics of agency rules and regulations, why buyers might use escalation clauses, and the risks to both buyers and sellers of using buyer love letters. The course also explores Connecticut's rules governing audio and video surveillance when showing properties and describes recent updates to the state's requirements governing teams and advertising.

Learning Objectives

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

  • explain the Connecticut continuing education requirement for real estate licensees
  • distinguish between dual and designated agency and when each type of agency is appropriate for a transaction
  • describe the pros and cons of using escalation clauses in buyer offers
  • list the possible risks of using "buyer love letters" for both seller and buyer clients
  • apply Connecticut laws to the use of audio and visual recording equipment in home showings
  • recognize the changes in the experience requirements to obtain a Connecticut broker's license
  • describe the updated team name and advertising rules
  • identify how to properly advertise in electronic communications and websites

Designed For

Connecticut real estate salespersons and brokers who are renewing their license for the 2022-2024 renewal cycle

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