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OREF Understanding Transaction Contingencies
There are a variety of contingencies described in the OREF Residential Real Estate Purchase Agreement. The removal of these contingencies, whether by action or by silence, is an important factor towards moving the transaction to the closing table. Each contingency found in the sale agreement has specific requirements that must be met before the contingency will be removed.
This 1-hour video course explains how to remove common contingencies found in the OREF sale agreement. The course is presented by Jeffry Wiren of Premier Property Group, LLC, and Phil Querin of Querin Law, LLC, with section introductions by Jeff Sorg of OnlineEd. This is course is offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to recognize how to remove the following contingencies :
- Sellers Property Disclosure
- Professional inspections
- Title insurance
- Lead-based Paint
- Private Well and Onsite Sewage
OREF Townhome, Planned Community, and Homeowners Association Addendum
The Townhome / Planned Community / Homeowners Association Addendum, OREF Form 024, is used when a property is located within a community subject to a homeowners association. HOAs can have limitations on property use that buyers must be aware of before proceeding with the sale transaction. This addendum to the OREF Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement requests that the seller give the buyer the proper documents that cover the HOA rules. These documents can include CC&Rs, HOA articles and bylaws, meeting minutes, rules and regulations, HOA reserve funds, and so on.
This 1-hour video course explains the homeowners association addendum as well as issues that might arise when utilizing the addendum in your purchase offer paperwork. The course is presented by Jeffry Wiren of Premier Property Group, LLC, and Steve Russell of Windermere Stellar (and current chairperson of the OREF Forms Committee), with section introductions by Jeff Sorg of OnlineEd. This is course is offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify transactions requiring use of this addendum,
- Explain and understand the issues raised in the form, and
- Recognize the issues surrounding contingency removal if the Addendum is used.
OREF Financing Contingency Clause
The financing contingency in the OREF Residential Real Estate Purchase Agreement lays out the information that the buyer is submitting to the seller regarding the buyer’s ability to purchase the seller’s property. This contingency covers what is to happen finance-wise when an all-cash offer is presented to the seller, or what is to occur with regards to the balance of the purchase price being offered. This section of the purchase offer form also covers what happens when there is a failure of the financing contingency.
This 1-hour video course explains the issues surrounding the financing contingency in the OREF sale agreement. The course is presented by Jeffry Wiren of Premier Property Group, LLC, and Evan Swanson of Mortgage Trust, with section introductions by Jeff Sorg of OnlineEd. This is course is offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.
NAR Online Code of Ethics Training
January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2018
Realtors® are required by the National Association of Realtors® to take two and a half hours of ethics training every two years. The current training cycle ends on December 31, 2018. Members may fulfill this ethics training through this NAR online course.
Accredited Buyer’s Representative Designation Course
The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) Designation Course establishes a foundation of training, skills, and resources to help you succeed as a buyer’s representative.
January 5, 2015 – January 5, 2020
NAR Designations allow you to: add prestige to enhance your professional image, gain new expertise, acquire specialized knowledge, increase your value, marketability, proficiency and productivity.
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Home Sweet (Second) Home: Vacation, Investment, Luxury Properties
This core course focuses on the knowledge and skill base that real estate professionals need to specialize in buying, selling, or managing second homes in a resort, recreational, and/or vacation destination and properties for investment, development, or retirement.
In addition to completing the core course, students are required to take three of the five listed free webinars and submit an application with a one-time fee of $194.50.
Visit wvww.realtor.org to access the webinars once you have completed the core course.
- Resort and Second-Home Tax Laws
- Disaster Prevention and Recovery
- Publicity that Works for You
- Making the Most of Your Networking
- Working with International Buyers
- Flood Insurance: Our Latest Challenge
Duration: 6.00 Hour(s) SKU: RSPSHtml
Provider: National Association of REALTORS®
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Military Relocation Professional Certification
When military staff and their families relocate, the services of a real estate professional who understands their needs and timetables makes the transfer easier, faster, and less stressful. This certification focuses on educating real estate professionals about working with current and former military service members to find the housing solutions that best suit their needs and take full advantage of military benefits and support.
Realtors Property Resource® (RPR) Training
Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®) delivers on-the-go access to an all-encompassing real estate platform, available exclusively to REALTORS®, and offered at no additional cost. Easily accessed through desktop, iOS and Android devices.
View RPR training opportunities here.
Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®)
Baby Boomers represent the largest and wealthiest group of buyers and sellers in the country. Understand what motivates this growing market and how to address their needs with the prestigious SRES® (Seniors Real Estate Specialist®) designation.
This two-day training program offers real estate agents the unique opportunity to learn and build key skills in counseling adults age 50+ through selling their family home, buying rental property, moving to a senior community, among many other issues. Seniors Real Estate Specialists® learn how to:
- Identify the power of generational demographics
- Develop and maintain relationship marketing skills
- Counsel rather than sell to the 50+ market
- Distinguish the key differences in housing options
- Understand the implications of tax laws, probate and estate planning
SRES® Member Benefits:
- Customizable Marketing Tools
- SRES® Consumer Web Site (www.sres.org)
- Monthly Consumer Newsletter
- Moving On Booklet
- SRES® Business Partners
- Personalized Profile at www.SeniorsRealEstate.com.
- Monthly Free Webinars
- Online SRES® Community
- Referral network of 13,000 members in the U.S. and Canada
SRES® Designation Requirements:
- Successful completion of two-day SRES® Designation Course
- Membership in good standing of the SRES Council. The first year of membership is FREE to students who enroll in this course. Annual dues are $99 each year thereafter.
- Membership in good standing in the National Association of REALTORS® or an NAR cooperating association, including the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Bonus! The SRES® designation course counts as elective credit for the ABR® and CRS designations. It also counts as elective credit for the RSPS certification.
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Duration: 12.00 Hour(s)
Provider: SRES Council (SRES)