Illinois Real Estate: Continuing Education
Core B: Disclosures - To Tell or Not To Tell
(Online Distance Education)
New for 2018!
All real estate licensees are governed by laws that require disclosure. Disclosure requirements are found in federal laws, state licensing laws and various other state statutes. This course provides a study of various disclosure requirements pertaining to compensation, advertising, agency relationships, and property defects.
The course includes hypothetical "scenarios" that reflect some of the most common disclosure dilemmas faced by today's real estate professionals. Each scenario briefly describes the "facts of the case," so that you can imagine yourself in the shoes of the main characters. Then, we help you to understand the answers to three key questions:
- What is the central issue?
- What does the law say about the central issue?
- How does the law apply?
Each of these scenarios will leave you with a better understanding of your obligations as a real estate licensee. You'll learn to reduce your risk of disciplinary actions while building positive relationships with the public.
After enrollment, you will receive your username and password witnin 10 minutes. Once you log in, you may immediately begin the program.
Mandatory Regulatory Fee(s):
The regulatory agency to which we report your course completion(s) may require a credit reporting or other processing fee. Fees are often calculated per-course or per-credit-hour.
Students are required to pay any state-mandated fees in addition to our course tuition.
We do not add any other shipping, processing, or hidden fees.