Delaware Continuing Education COURSE
Real Estate Documents for Seller Representation in Delaware (Module 3)
Sure, you may be well-versed on seller disclosure obligations, as well as the difference between various other clauses and provisions, but there’s no guarantee that your clients are. It’s your job as a real estate professional to educate consumers about these points, and the best starting point is with a fundamental review, as we present in this three-hour seller representation documents course. Listing contracts are essential for setting the stage for a successful working relationship with clients and customers.
Consumers are often confused when it comes to determining which items convey in a sale, and which items remain on the property. Similarly, seller disclosure is an often misunderstood aspect of listing a property. It’s your duty to educate your clients and customers about such matters. This not only helps transactions go more smoothly; it also cuts down on negotiation derailment and post-transaction litigation.
This three-hour course helps licensees become more comfortable with selecting and using transactional documents in a timely and accurate manner to ensure the parties’ interests are protected.
Course highlights include:
- Types of listing agreements in Delaware
- Common listing agreement and sales contract elements
- Common contract provisions and clauses
- Multiple offer management
- Seller permission for valuation and blogging features
- Lease contract requirements
- Breach of contract and types of performance
- Contract terminations
- Avoiding the unauthorized practice of law
- Activities and examples to seal in the new information and frame it in everyday context