2019-2020 Course 5 - Wisconsin Real Estate Law & Practice

2019-2020 Course 5 - Wisconsin Real Estate Law & Practice

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2019-2020 Course 5 - Wisconsin Real Estate Law & Practice 3.00

Approved for the 2019-2020 Biennium.

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  • This course expands a licensee’s knowledge of Condominiums, Buyer Agency and the role of Home Inspectors in a real estate transaction.

    This course is approved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services for three CE credits for 2019-2020.  Provided with the text are relevant links to statutes and rules and links to the forms discussed in each course.

  • COURSE 5 - WISCONSIN REAL ESTATE LAW AND PRACTICE
    This course expands a licensee’s knowledge of Condominiums, Buyer Agency and the role of Home Inspectors in a real estate transaction.
     

    Section 1 - Wisconsin Condominium Listing
    - WB-4 Residential Condominium Listing Contract
    - Condominium ownership
    - Condominium disclosure documents
    - Payoff statement


    Section 2 - Residential Buyer Agency/Tenant Representation- Residential
    - WB-36 Buyer Agency/Tenant Representation Agreement
    - WB-47 Amendment to Buyer Agency/Tenant Representation Agreement
     
     
    Section 3 - Understanding the Role of Wisconsin Home Inspectors
    - Mandatory inspection
    - Optional inspection
    - Prohibited conduct
    - Inspection report, including use of the term defect
  • Instructor:
    Laurel Stone


    Laurel Stone is northeast Wisconsin’s recognized leader in real estate education. Owner of the Laurel Stone School of Real Estate, she specializes in continuing education and pre-license Salesperson and Broker education. She has taught well over 5000 students since she began teaching in 1988. Prior to teaching she was active in various aspects of real estate, including real estate exchange and marketing sessions in Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C., property management, buyer representation in commercial transactions, and office management. She has also owned and operated her own real estate company.

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According to the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS), all licensees must complete 18 hours of continuing education in each biennium through six approved 3-hour courses.


Follow these links for additional continuing education information for Wisconsin salespersons and brokers.

The below courses are only approved for Wisconsin.

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