This 8-hour mandatory broker continuing education course, based on Real Estate Brokerage: A Management Guide, covers topics related to the supervision and management of real estate agents and the management of real estate brokerage firms in Virginia. Concepts include the various styles of management skills, establishing business policies and procedures, decision making, and managing and anticipating risk. It contains reading assignments, interactive exercises, unit exams, and a final exam. Embedded “regulation links” keep students updated with the most recent regulatory changes of the Virginia Real Estate Board.
November 16, 2018: Online, Broker
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 was the single largest change in tax law since 1986! This title has been thoroughly updated to include these new real estate tax provisions. It deciphers current tax laws and illustrates how the changes impact real estate owners, sellers, and investors. Students will receive a background on basic tax concepts and learn to apply current calculations and formulas to better support clients. Examples and case studies offer additional practice for the material covered.
November 15, 2018: Online, Continuing Education
This mandatory online course uses interactive exercises and a lesson-driven design to help students review federal Fair Housing Acts. The course also covers other federal laws, as well as state and local fair housing laws and regulations in Maryland, including fair housing advertising.
November 9, 2018: Online, Continuing Education
Join Chris Bird for October’s RealXperts webinar, covering four important issues that impact the business of real estate that were included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. As 2018 comes to a close, it’s imperative that real estate professionals understand these tax law changes and are prepared to handle them to maximize opportunities and limit risk exposure.
November 6, 2018: On-Demand Course, Professional Development
This OnDemand course provides video-based instruction. Tax law is generally complex and confusing for everyone, including real estate agents. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TJCA) is no exception. The objective of this course is not to make real estate licensees into TCJA experts…but rather to provide a sufficient amount of information so that agents can identify when an expert attorney or tax counsel are essential to protect their clients. Finally, students will gain valuable information on tax credits, exemptions, and deductions included in the TCJA.
October 30, 2018: On-Demand Course, Continuing Education