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3.0 hours Required Salesperson and Broker Core

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Course Syllabus:



3 3.0 Required Broker Core: Management & Common Violations Hours

This course meets the three clock-hour Kansas requirement for Salesperson and Broker Core. Topics covered include the Brokerage Relationships in Real Estate Transactions Act; all relevant aspects of brokerage relationships to include contracts; and misrepresentation. Case law is used to illustrate the interpretation of the laws.

Instructor: Susan Davis
Author: Susan Davis, CDEI M17728
Mandatory Seat Timer: Yes
Format: Online
Credit Hours: 3
Required Quiz Grade: 60
Exam Required: Yes (open book)
Number of Exam Questions: 30
Type of Questions: Multiple Choice
Number of Different Exams: 2
Exam Pass Grade: 90%

Exam Retake:
Unlimited (take the exam until you pass).

Content Review:
The Table of Contents page within each course will list the lesson titles and the expected time it should take the student to complete.

Kickout Minutes:
15 minutes. We need to receive a keystroke or mouse click from you every 15 minutes in order for your elapsed time to apply to your total time. If your elapsed time is greater than 15 minutes, then your time will not be counted towards your course time.

Availability of Course:
You will have 180 days to complete the course. The State course expiration date will override the account expiration date assigned at the time of purchase. Any expired, unfinished course will be replaced with a current state approved course, and will be available to you until your account expires. The courses can be accessed from any device connected to the internet at any time.

Kansas Real Estate Commission course approval number: M17728

Course Objective

Explain the history of the BRRETA I and BRRETA II.

Describe the required guidelines for creation of agency.

Demonstrate knowledge of the duties of the seller's or landlords's agent.

Compare and contrast the duties of the Buyers or Tenants Agent with the duties and obligations of the seller's or landlord's agent.

Differentiate the responsibilities and obligations of the transaction broker in comparison to those of other agency relationships.

Distinguish the duties of the brokerage firm acting as a transaction broker.

Identify potential areas of misrepresentation in a real estate transaction.

Recognize and paraphrase the descriptions of different types of misrepresentation.

Demonstrate understanding of the statutory requirement to advise the client or customer to seek an expert opinion on a matter that is beyond the licensee's area of expertise.

Discuss the necessity to observe, document and disclose adverse material defects actually known to the licensee.

Explain the term 'informed consent' and under what circumstances this situation may exist.

Correlate Kansas real estate law with real world case studies.