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Pkg # 702 Forming Real Estate Syndicates & Creating Carryback Financing

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Creating Carryback Financing course content page

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  • This course covers how to syndicate and do carryback sales in CA, with the six DRE mandated O-AFTER courses as described below
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25 hours of Consumer Protection

FRES Forming Real Estate Syndicates

Realty Publications Inc.
Legal Edit 2015
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Forming Real Estate Syndicates
  • Forming Real Estate Syndicates provides you with the critical knowledge needed to use a limited liability company (LLC) entity in group investment programs
  • This book also discusses syndication activities and their chronology, the laws governing LLCs, the use of investment circulars and supplemental materials to solicit investors, and LLC operating agreements for the management of the investment group
  • Also analyzed are investment activities that present a risk of loss controlled by securities law and tenant-in-common co-ownerships

104 Creating Carryback Financing

Realty Publications, Inc.
Legal Edit 2016
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Creating Carryback Financing
  • Creating Carryback Financing equips California brokers, agents, buyers and sellers in carryback financing transactions with the knowledge to efficiently structure seller financing agreements, advise on their financial risks and rewards while complying with the latest laws and regulations
  • This book includes up-to-date, in-depth analyses of carryback financing basics, notes and their provisions, trust deeds, sophisticated carryback arrangements and tax aspects of carryback paper
20 hours of Implicit Bias, Office Management & Supervision, Agency, Fair Housing, Trust Funds, Ethics and Risk Management (BO-AFTER)

Office Management and Supervision Implicit Bias, Office Management & Supervision, Agency, Fair Housing, Trust Funds, Ethics and Risk Management

Realty Publications, Inc.
Legal Edit 2022
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Implicit Bias
  • Federal and state fair housing law in the context of explicit and implicit bias
  • The wealth and homeownership gap between white, Black and Latinx households, and how it is perpetuated by discriminatory lending and real estate practices
Office Management & Supervision
  • A critical analysis of how real estate brokers are to establish policies, rules and procedures for managing their offices and limit their exposure to risk
  • Also covered is the tracking of agent activities, records, funds and reports, as well as the appointment and supervision of an office manager, and implementing a successful marketing strategy
  • Agency and representation are synonymous in real estate transactions
  • Learn how a broker, by accepting employment from a client, undertakes the task of aggressively using due diligence to represent the client - to meet the client's purpose for retaining the broker
Fair Housing
  • Fair Housing focuses on the federal and state housing laws which relate to the sale and rental of property, such as prohibitions against redlining, discriminatory advertising, refusing to show properties and blockbusting
  • Includes Access for All: A Fair Housing Gameā„¢ blending video, animation, text, and voice in an engaging interactive experience that puts you directly into the shoes of transaction participants
Trust Funds
  • Trust Funds covers the management and accounting of trust funds belonging to others which a broker handles in the course of their business
  • A review of the procedures for maintaining professional standards in all real estate transactions to ensure truthful and reputable conduct by real estate licensees
  • Topics include how to disclose a conflict of interest, the proper handling of a counteroffer form, property disclosures, the accurate representation of mortgage terms and prohibited practices, such as use of kickbacks, price fixing and restricted MLS access
  • Our Ethics course meets and exceeds the CAR/NAR Code of Ethics requirement because it is approved by the California DRE
Risk Management
  • Recognize, handle and effectively resolve the risk of liability inherent in the practice of real estate related activities
  • The correct use of forms to make disclosures and present analyses is crucial to avoid the errors and omissions which place liability on the broker and their agents
Select one of our 45hr CE Package
  • Each of our ten 45-hour CE packages include the DRE mandated
  • 20 BO-AFTER hours comprising Implicit Bias, Office Management, Agency, Fair Housing, Trust Funds, Ethics and Risk Management, and
  • 25 Hours of Consumer Protection

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  • Complete as soon as six days by selecting printed and e-book or just e-book (without timer)
  • Or complete within 3 days by selecting online-timed e-book requiring 45 hours of reading
  • After enrolling, you may switch to a different course or upgrade from e-book to printed book for a fee of $17.50

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