Washington Real Estate Post-Licensing Course: WA Post-Licensing: Advanced Real Estate Practices

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Washington Post-Licensing:WA Post-Licensing: Advanced Real Estate Practices

WA Post-Licensing: Advanced Real Estate Practices

30 Total hours
0 Elective hours
30 Mandatory hours

Newly licensed brokers in Washington are required to complete 90 hours of coursework before their first active renewal: 30 hours of advanced practices, 30 hours of real estate law, 27 hours of approved continuing education courses, and a three-hour core course.

This course fulfills the state's requirement for 30 hours of advanced real estate practices, and it’s divided into eight modules:

  • Brokerage
  • Agency
  • Contracts
  • Marketing, Negotiations, and Closings
  • Problem Management: When Things Go Wrong
  • Business Practice
  • Property Management
  • Current Topics

Course highlights include:

  • Brokerage relationships and responsibilities, with a close look at conflict resolutions strategies
  • Fiduciary and statutory duties, as well as a discussion of the differences between clients and customers
  • Compensation agreements and related disclosures
  • Agency disclosure requirements and required forms
  • Risks related to liability, conflicts of interest, and breach of duty
  • Complaints and disciplinary actions against state licensees
  • Contract usage and management
  • Marketing requirements and restrictions
  • Negotiation best practices
  • Common closing delays and how to manage them
  • Commission disputes and resolution methods
  • Property disclosure obligations
  • Record retention requirements
  • Property management and fair housing requirements
  • Current topics, including affordable housing issues, the use of introductory letters, and referrals to third-party vendors