Identify common mistakes that can unintentionally imply false representation.
The reward and risk in a real estate profession dance a thin line. One of these many risks involves implying false real estate agency representation.
As a real estate professional, you have many balls in the air at once. Your career depends on your ability to follow and understand every law and regulation that govern the real estate industry. If you cannot live up to this task, you may, unfortunately, find yourself out of luck.
Implying false real estate agency representation may be intentional or unintentional. However, it does not matter which one it is: False representation will get you into a lot of trouble. Therefore, it is a wise idea to understand this false real estate agency representation. Unfortunately, it is easier than you may think to accidentally engage in false representation.
RealEstateCE.com offers a lesson on false real estate agency representation. This lesson will teach you all you need to know and also about how to avoid it.
The first step in every good education is reviewing key terms. That is why our real estate continuing education lesson begins with a discussion on the two most relevant key terms. Specifically, expressed and implied agency. RealEstateCE.com wants to set you up for success! We ensure this by giving you all the tools you need to make the most out of this lesson.
Furthermore, to best understand false representation you also need to know about listing agreements and buyer representation agreements. These agreements help define the agency relationship. Therefore, identifying the type of agreement will help you more strictly define the agency representation.
Our real estate continuing education lesson includes a discussion of types of listing agreements. This part of the lesson will lay a very sturdy foundation on which to build the rest of the lesson.
As a real estate professional, it is crucial that you understand the difference between intentional and unintentional implied agency.
The intentional implied agency is an acceptable representation relationship. However, unintentional implied agency can get you and your career into a whole lot of trouble. Therefore, it is crucial that you are able to recognize and identify these two types of agencies.
That is why our continuing education lesson is equipped with a very detailed discussion on unintentional implied agency. Once you complete this lesson, you will be able to identify this type of agency with ease.
Furthermore, you must understand exactly how easy it is to engage in unintentional implied agency. The better you understand this, the better you will be able to safeguard your career. Perhaps you are a very friendly person who is often inclined to lend a helping hand. This is an admirable quality! However, in the real estate industry, unfortunately, it can get you into trouble. Therefore, you must understand exactly how to avoid getting yourself into a jam.
Furthermore, our real estate continuing education lesson has two case studies to further your education.
RealEstateCE.com wants to ensure that you get the most out of your education! Therefore, this lesson includes two detailed case studies of actual court cases that arose from individuals engaging in false representation. These case studies ensure that you are able to take the information you learned in the lesson and apply it to real-world scenarios.
RealEstateCE.com understands that a real estate career involves significant risk but also of great reward! One of those many risks involves false real estate agency representation. RealEstateCE.com has a lesson that will teach you how to avoid engaging in this type of representation.
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