Online: Supervision, Ethics, and Antitrust in Michigan
When you think about it, the real estate profession has a relatively low point of entry. Do your pre-license education, study hard, pass an exam, pay a fee, and you’re a licensee. But since you are helping consumers with what is for most the single largest investment of their lives, and working mostly independently, broker supervision is required, especially for the first few years of licensure. Not only do you need to rely on your broker’s supervision for guidance but you also need to know how to act ethically on your own as well as how to avoid federal and state antitrust laws.