Delaware Continuing Education COURSE
Delaware Agency and Fair Housing (Module 1)
When interacting with clients and customers, you need a thorough understanding of all state and federal laws that apply to agency and fair housing if you want to keep your reputation and your license intact. The purpose of Delaware Agency and Fair Housing is to ensure that you not only understand these laws but can apply them when faced with sticky situations.
To maintain your license, Delaware real estate professionals must complete 21 hours of continuing education, composed of seven core modules. This course fulfills the state's Agency and Fair Housing (Module 1) requirement.
Course highlights include:
- A review of the Consumer Information Statement
- An explanation of the differences between statutory and common law agency relationships
- A review of federal and state fair housing laws
- Two new proposed protected classes at the federal law
- HUD’s guidelines on criminal background screening
- The court case that now means sexual orientation and gender identity are also protected against discrimination at the federal level for fair housing purposes
- What the fair housing law has to say about smokers, hoarders, and assistance animals
- Advice on the steps licensees can take to ensure you treat all parties equally and within the requirements of the law.
- Fair Housing Makes Us Stronger video from the National Association of REALTORS® commemorating the 50-year anniversary of the Fair Housing Act
- 7 Days documentary video
- Activities and real world examples to underscore key points