Oregon Bad Loans – Predatory and Fraud

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Oregon Bad Loans - Predatory and Fraud

Oregon Bad Loans – Predatory and Fraud will delve into predatory lending practices and common mortgage fraud schemes. Students will learn to identify and avoid predatory lenders’ and fraud perpetrators’ tactics. The course examines the lines on mortgage forms, good faith estimates, fees, discounts, prepayment penalties, and how these items are used by predatory lenders. […]

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Oregon Buyers – From Contact through Closing

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Oregon Buyers - From Contact through Closing

Oregon Buyers – From Contact through Closing will take the guess work out of writing offers and closing deals. Everything a licensee always wanted to know about buyers and the things the licensee never thought to ask will be found in this course. The student will be taught how to communicate with buyers for almost […]

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Oregon Real Estate Community Ethics

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Oregon Real Estate Community Ethics

Oregon Real Estate Community Ethics is designed to inform practicing and prospective real estate professionals about the tested and proven ethical strategies, applied to the real estate professional community, that make communities increasingly industrious and fruitful. Despite limited resources and the potential for violent conflict, nature evolved powerful strategies that resulted in a progression of […]

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Oregon Environmental Basics

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Oregon Environmental Basics

Oregon Environmental Basics. Identifying environmental hazards and how they affect the real estate industry is the basic goal of Environmental Basics, including environmental factors that may require a disclosure statement. Other topics covered are air quality, radon, asbestos, urea formaldehyde foam insulation, mold, ground water, smart growth, and green housing. Students will learn about the major […]

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Oregon Ethics of Sustainability

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Oregon Ethics of Sustainability

Oregon Ethics of Sustainability answer this: How must the real estate profession change to make itself relevant to what will prove to be a radically more challenging future? This course will explore in detail the workings of human ecosystems, what it takes to achieve long-term sustainability and well-being, how we are falling short, and the […]

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Oregon Real Estate Home Inspection

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Oregon Real Estate Home Inspection

Oregon Real Estate Home Inspection. It is not always obvious, especially to the first-time home buyer, the reasoning and importance of the Oregon Real Estate Home Inspection. Therefore, the real estate licensee must know and understand the basic requirements of the property inspection and the responsibilities of the licensed inspectors. Some of the areas discussed […]

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Oregon Introduction to Employee Relocation

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Oregon Introduction to Employee Relocation

Oregon Introduction to Employee Relocation provide licensees with an understanding of various relocation service requirements. Providing relocation services involves working simultaneously for two different clients with two distinctively different service requirements, some of which overlap. This course explores corporate relocation policies, tax issues, relocation management companies and the services they provide, home sale programs, corporate […]

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Oregon Introduction to Property Management

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Oregon Introduction to Property Management

Oregon Introduction to Property Management course covers commercial, office, industrial, and residential property management with a special emphasis on managing a property management company. Topics include leases, risk management, security, maintenance, advertising, fair housing, and tenant relations. This course provides tips, advice, sample forms, and case examples. Requirements for Completing Oregon Introduction to Property Management […]

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Oregon Real Estate Meth Madness

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Oregon Real Estate Meth Madness

Oregon Real Estate Meth Madness is designed to heighten the knowledge and awareness of the imminent dangers, not only to the populace, but to the environment and its effects on consumers, clients, real property ownership, and the real estate practitioner. Methamphetamine use has become a fast growing problem with meth labs springing up all across […]

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Oregon Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC)

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Oregon Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC)

Oregon Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) introduces the latest updates to Oregon real estate laws and rules, including a close look at which requirements have been added, deleted, or otherwise amended in the last couple of years. Specifically, this course discusses Senate Bill 23, which became Oregon Revised Statute Chapter 145. Chapter 145 amended […]

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Oregon Real Estate Pricing Property

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Oregon Real Estate Pricing Property

Oregon Real Estate Pricing Property. Students will be introduced to the concepts, types, and approaches to value in Oregon Real Estate Pricing Property. They will learn about market value; selecting the best comparables when estimating real property value; and accurately determining square footage. This course addresses how to correctly make adjustments to value, market timing, and […]

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Oregon Real Estate Property Management

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Real Estate and Appraisal Oregon Real Estate Property Management

Oregon Real Estate Property Management course focuses on the operational aspects of running a property management firm. Students will learn how to analyze and manage liability risks and insurance and the security and safety responsibilities of a property manager. The course discusses the pros and cons of private maintenance companies, setting up a maintenance system, […]

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Oregon Qualifying – Buyer and Property

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Oregon Qualifying - Buyer and Property

Oregon Qualifying – Buyer and Property explores the roles and practices of underwriters and appraisers as they qualify borrowers and properties for loans. Other requirements for loans, leases, and titles will also be discussed. The student will examine loan settlement procedures, the role of the Truth-in-Lending Act, and the effects of the Fair Housing Act […]

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Oregon Real Estate Math

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Oregon Real Estate Math

Oregon Real Estate Math can be very daunting and confusing. However, by beginning with a review of basic math skills and reinforcing what is already known, students will soon learn to apply real estate terminology and specific formulas to problems and tasks common in the real estate industry such as area and volume calculation, the […]

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Oregon The Loan – An Overview

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Oregon The Loan - An Overview

Oregon The Loan – An Overview provides the student with an overview of the home loan process. Students will learn how to fill out a loan application and what information lenders require. Elements of conventional financing, loan-to-value ratios, and private mortgage insurance will be discussed. Then students will explore commercial loan products, construction loans, special […]

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Oregon Real Estate Water Resources

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Oregon Real Estate Water Resources

Oregon Real Estate Water Resources is one in a series of courses involving human ecology. Special attention is given to global water systems, water usage, the effect on the world’s population, pollution, water quality standards, wetland protection, and the importance of conservation with the strategies for achieving these goals. Requirements for Completing Oregon Real Estate […]

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