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1. Which of these must Tennessee licensees disclose relative to specific real estate transactions handled by their brokerages?

  1. Any family relationships
  2. Expected commission
  3. Immediate family relationships
  4. Other affiliate broker involvement

2. Jordan, a Tennessee principal broker, receives an earnest money check from her client. How long does she have to deposit the money into an escrow account?

  1. She has seven business days.
  2. She has three business days.
  3. She should deposit the money immediately upon the acceptance of an offer.
  4. There is no deadline.

3. Determine which of these is an example of commingling in Tennessee.

  1. Cynthia deposited her client's earnest money check into the firm's operating account.
  2. Jenson deposited his client's earnest money check into the firm's trust account.
  3. Jessica deposited her commission check into her brokerage firm's operating account.
  4. Sean withdrew funds from the firm's trust account to pay the rent.

4. What type of complaint is NOT under the Tennessee Real Estate Commission’s jurisdiction?

  1. A licensee prepared two sales contracts with different prices for the buyer and lender.
  2. An unlicensed person acted as an agent in a real estate transaction.
  3. A principal broker mismanaged a trust account.
  4. Two brokers involved in a transaction don’t agree on the final commission paid to them.

5. Which of the following is true about for sale signs in Tennessee?

  1. They must be located at least 20 feet away from the mailbox.
  2. They must be visible from the sidewalk.
  3. They must be visible from the street.
  4. They require the seller’s written permission to post.

6. Which of these statements about using social media for real estate advertising in Tennessee is true?

  1. Advertising on social media requires the same attention to detail and the same type of information as other advertising methods.
  2. Most brokerage firms prohibit social media advertising because it’s not possible to provide required information.
  3. Social media posts on a licensee’s personal page or account aren’t subject to Tennessee’s licensing laws and code of ethics.
  4. Social media posts that don’t include specific property information aren’t subject to Tennessee's licensing laws and code of ethics.

7. Which of these items do principal brokers in Tennessee need to retain?

  1. "Leases
  2. Property disclosure forms
  3. Transaction broker agreements
  4. Transaction broker agreements, property disclosure forms and leases

8. What needs to happen before a Tennessee licensee can legally offer gifts or prizes for the inducement of real estate sales or purchases?

  1. The licensee must allocate a certain dollar amount to gifts and prizes.
  2. The licensee must obtain a dollar amount agreement from all affiliate brokers in the firm.
  3. The licensee must obtain the principal broker’s approval.
  4. The licensee must pre-purchase all planned gifts and prizes.
Answers: 1. C, 2. C, 3. A, 4. D, 5. D, 6. A, 7. D, 8. C


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