New York Salesperson & Broker (23.5 Hrs)

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Why it’s for you:
  • 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 requirements for New York.
What's included:
Mandatory Hours: 11.5 hrs
Electives: 12 hrs

Total Hours: 23.5 hrs
Courses:
  • New York Ethical Business Practices and Legal Matter: In this course, we will review some basic concepts related to ethics, including a discussion of fraud. We will examine federal antitrust laws that are intended to protect the public from illegal practices that would hinder their right to choice in the marketplace. Finally, we will have a brief discussion about protecting the privacy and identity of consumers.
  • New York Fair Housing & Agency Law: This course looks at the history of fair housing and examines in depth the most pertinent legislation in force today. The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was the first major legislation that applied to residential housing. Specific advertising policies are investigated and illustrated. The procedure for filing a complaint of discrimination are studied in detail and there are lots of hints on how to stay clear of discriminatory practices in sales, rentals and financing of real estate.
  • Implicit Bias Awareness and Cultural Competency: This course explores implicit, unconscious biases and how, by understanding them, we can interact and communicate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • NAR: May the Code Be With You: This course covers the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, ethical practices, and decision-making in real estate. This course may be approvable for REALTORS® interested in fulfilling NAR's Code of Ethics requirement. To find out, check with your local REALTORS® association.
  • Real Estate Safety: Protect Yourself and Your Clients: In this course, learn safety protocols real estate professionals can employ in the field. Explore tips for protecting yourself and clients, identify safety tips for getting a client’s home ready to sell, and learn how to conduct safe showings.
  • How to Work with Real Estate Investors – Part 1: Confidently approach opportunities with real estate investors with study of topics including market insights, skillset development, evaluation of an investment property, and case studies.
  • How to Work with Real Estate Investors – Part 2: Master the skills needed to successfully work with real estate investors. Here, you’ll cover real estate property evaluations, cashflow, NOI, depreciation, rate of return, and more.