Alaska Real Estate Continuing Education Course: Prohibited Conduct in Alaska

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Alaska CE:Prohibited Conduct in Alaska

Prohibited Conduct in Alaska

2 Total hours
0 Elective hours
2 Core/DCE hours

The purpose of this course is to address the importance of careful and ethical practices that help protect consumers, licensees, and the industry as a whole. Alaska’s statutes and regulations that apply to real estate professionals are clear on prohibited conduct for licensees. State mandates address topics related to misrepresentation and fraud, false advertising, failure to disclose, conflicts of interest, and legal tasks for unlicensed personnel.

This two-hour course provides a comprehensive review of specific illegal actions as detailed in Alaska Statutes and the Alaska Administrative Code. Only with a thorough understanding of the legal requirements are licensees able adopt best practices that protect their clients and customers, as well as themselves.

The course covers one of the four required topics for the mandatory eight hours of designated continuing education (DCE).