DUE TO THE HIGH DEMAND FOR THIS PROGRAM, THIS SESSION IS CLOSED/FULL. BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO MISS OUT!
We have scheduled the Brokerage Management: Understanding Your Duties program regionally in 2018 on the following dates/locations listed below and you can even register now! Just click on the location you want!
BROKERAGE MANAGEMENT: UNDERSTANDING YOUR DUTIES
Per HB 532, 3-hours of education is required for those persons involved in the operation and management of a brokerage to assure they are knowledgeable about their license law obligations as well as other issues involved in running a successful real estate business.
If you are a broker or manager, it is more crucial than ever that your understand your duties in overseeing your brokerage activities. From trust account requirements to oversight of agents and teams, the license law now lays out 14 different areas of responsibility. This 3-hour course will make sure that you have the information you need to stay on the right side of the Division of Real Estate. This course will meet the new continuing education requirement for a separate course on broker responsibility required for principal brokers, managers and associate brokers.
IMPORTANT: It should be noted that this 3-hour course will be included in a licensee’s 30 hour CE requirement – not in addition. According to the Division, this course will be required for those impacted licensees whose continuing education cycle begins after the April 6th effective date of the bill. For example, if a broker’s continuing education is due on May 1, 2017 this 3-hour management course will not be required on that date; instead it will first be required on May 1, 2020.
To view FAQ’s on the new broker/manager responsibilities education requirements please click HERE.
INSTRUCTOR: Lorie Garland, J.D./Assistant V.P. of Legal Services for the Ohio REALTORS®
CREDIT: This course is certified for the required 3 hours of broker/manager credit.
CONTACT/EMAIL: Deanna Wright – firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: If you are a salesperson and would like to take this course you may use it as elective credit.