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Hawaii Continuing Education Course: 2018 HI REC CORE B: Agency and the Practice of Dual Agency, and 2018 Real Estate-Related Legislation

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Hawaii Continuing Education COURSE

Hawaii CE:2018 HI REC CORE B: Agency and the Practice of Dual Agency, and 2018 Real Estate-Related Legislation

2018 HI REC CORE B: Agency and the Practice of Dual Agency, and 2018 Real Estate-Related Legislation

$39
3 Total hours
3 Elective hours
0 2018 Core hours

This course, Agency and the Practice of Dual Agency, and 2018 Real Estate-Related Legislation, focuses on all things agency. We’ll review the types of agency relationships you can have with customers and clients in Hawaii, and how your role and responsibilities change depending on the nature of relationship. We’ll also look at the issues related to agency, such as the level of service you’re expected or required to provide and the responsibilities you have to clients and third parties (customers).

In addition, legislative updates have been included. Developed within days of many of these bills becoming law, this course provides licensees with an overview of those changes most pertinent to the Hawaii real estate industry. Bills that will interest most licensees are featured, covering a range of topics including condominium assessments and alternate dispute resolution, taxes, cesspools, revisions to the Landlord-Tenant, and other topics.

This 3-hour course is Part B of the Hawaii Real Estate Commission’s 6-hour designated core course for 2017 and 2018.