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You have 90 days to complete these courses.
All courses are certified by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission and ARELLO.
$25 This is the 4 hour mandatory continuing education course required for renewal in 2020. The course discusses the Fair Housing Act, protected classes, prohibited practices, exemptions and advertising rules. The course also addresses cultural diversity and the need for understanding different cultures in the real estate industry. Certified by ARELLO and LREC.
This course covers updates made to the mandatory Residential Agreement to Buy or Sell and includes property disclosure and other addenda that may accompany the purchase agreement. Instructions for accessing your MyLREC account are covered. Actual case studies involving the purchase agreement are also included.
This course is certified by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission and ARELLO.
This 4 hour continuing education course is required of all Louisiana Real Estate Brokers for license renewal in 2019, and the course may be taken as an elective by Louisiana Real Estate Salespersons for continuing education credit.
This course covers a range of topics relevant to managing a brokerage office. These topics include property management, employment law and supervision of personnel, technology in the real estate practice, license renewal and license status, Fair Housing and ADA compliance, and common violations of the laws and rules. In addition, how to access your LREC email through your MyLREC email account will be discussed
This 4 hour continuing education course includes a combination of
topics which licensees should have knowledge of in order to better serve
their clients and to protect themselves from liability. The course
discusses agency, brokerage, environmental hazards, technology and
Click on the course name to purchase, then click on Paypal; you will have the option to use a credit card.You have 90 days to complete these courses.
This 2 hour continuing education course discusses rules and regulations pertaining to advertising in social media and by teams.
This 4 hour continuing education course covers the law governing
agency relationships between licensees and members of the public. It
includes the mandatory disclosures and their proper forms, description
of ministerial acts, definitions and case studies.
This 4 hour continuing education course discusses and outlines the laws and rules governing the responsibilities of brokers and their agents.
This 4 hour continuing education course covers Louisiana real estate contract law and discusses the types of real estate contracts and their requirements.
This 4 hour continuing education course consists of 4 modules which cover Flood Insurance, Errors & Omissions Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, and Purchase Agreement Updates & Timelines.
This 4 hour continuing education course focuses on the 35 ways to lose your license as stated in the Louisiana license law.
This course discusses the history and structure of the National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics. The course covers the 17 articles and their Standards of Practice with special emphasis on articles 1 and 16. This course is required to be completed by all Realtors every 3 years.
This 4 hour continuing education course covers methods of house measuring and calculating square footage as approved by ANSI standards. It also discusses preparing a CMA and Broker Price Opinions.
The course focuses on custom case studies, clearly articulated via PowerPoint and reading material that cover each point presented in the outline. The scenarios involve licensees who are in violation and will be presented with best practices to avoid such situations.
This 4 hour continuing education course discusses financing principles, types of loans, loan payments, foreclosures, capital gains, government backed loans and conventional loans.
This 4 hour continuing education course addresses areas of the rules and regulations dealing with licensing requirements, renewals, broker affiliation, escrow accounts and disbursement of funds, transfers, advertising, disclosures, offers and counter-offers, and hearings.
This 4 hour continuing education course discusses the role of the Consumer Financial Protections Bureau and the two new required disclosure forms that lenders must use.