Vermont Broker (26 Hrs)

Why it’s for you:
  • You’re a broker and need to renew your license.
  • Courses in this package meet all of your state CE requirements.
  • Take courses online at your own pace.
  • This may meet your NAR and ethics requirement for Vermont.
What's included:
Mandatory Hours: 6 hrs
Electives: 20 hrs

Total Hours: 26 hrs
  • 2022-2024 Vermont Mandatory Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons: This course covers details about the latest legal changes provided by Vermont legislators. Students will also review recent and relevant courtroom decisions that set precedence for other licensees to follow.
  • Vermont Energy Goals for Professionals: The Vermont General Assembly passed a law (3 V.S.A. § 138) that requires certain licensed professionals in that state to complete education on the state’s energy goals and how each licensee’s profession can further those goals. This course is intended to meet this requirement.
  • NAR: Ethics in the Age of Disruption: This course trains and instructs REALTORS® on the practical application of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics and fulfills the REALTOR® Triennial Ethics Requirement. Every three years, the National Association of REALTORS® requires members to complete a REALTOR® Code of Ethics course to stay in good standing with their local, state, and national associations.
  • Educating Homebuyers: This course provides the tools, techniques, and insights needed to guide buyers through the homebuying process. Help buyers find homes in the current market, prepare finances, negotiate, and more.
  • Fair Housing: In this course, expand your knowledge of real estate investing. Learn how to analyze properties, determine a property’s investment value, understand the nuances of passive loss rules, and how to maximize tax-savings benefits of depreciation through bifurcation strategies.
  • Real Estate Investing: Beyond the Basics: In this course, learn safety protocols to employ in the field. Explore tips for protecting yourself and clients, identify safety tips for preparing a client’s home for selling, and learn how to conduct safe showings. There is also updated course material relative to COVID-19 safety measures.
  • Taking the Distress Out of Distressed Properties: Learn from industry experts who have worked closely with distressed property transactions. Though foreclosures and short sale properties aren’t as prevalent as they were following the housing bubble burst, there are still homeowners considering short sales as a way to avoid foreclosure. There are also lenders interested in reducing their inventory of foreclosed properties. In this course, learn how to expand your business while serving the needs of sellers, buyers, and lenders.