California Real Estate Continuing Education Courses - CALIFORNIA CalBRE School Sponsor: 4956
CA 15.0 hours Inspections and Disclosures - How it Works
|Author:||Susan Davis, CDEI|
|Mandatory Seat Timer:||No|
|Method of Course Presentation:||Correspondence/Internet|
|Category of Offering:||Consumer Protection|
|Exam Required:||Yes (closed book)|
|Number of Exam Questions:||45|
|Type of Questions:||Multiple Choice|
|Number of Different Exams:||2|
|Exam Time Limit:||45 minutes|
|Exam Pass Grade:||70%|
The Table of Contents page within each course will list the lesson titles and the expected time it should take the student to complete.
You will have 360 days to complete the course.
e-book This teaches that a professional home inspection reduces the potential for an agents exposure to non-disclosure liability. Many buyers do not know what to look for or how to identify real or potential problems within a property. They need a professional, objective assessment of the condition of a home to accurately establish the market value and identify necessary costs of repair. A seller benefits by avoiding potential non-disclosure liability when the buyer relies on the third party home inspector.
Licensee's know that non-disclosure and misrepresentation causes more liability for them than any other factor so this topic is fully explored and explained. Failure to disclose and misrepresentation claims make up more real estate disputes than all other complaints combined. Many lawsuits are brought by buyers against brokers and sellers alleging that they failed to disclose pertinent facts about the property lawsuits. Even if unfounded, these drain resources from the business of selling realer state and thus can be problematic for a brokerage firm.