Washington Bad Loans – Predatory and Fraud

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Washington Bad Loans - Predatory and Fraud

Washington 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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Washington Real Estate Community Ethics

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Washington Real Estate Community Ethics

Washington Real Estate Community Ethics, applied to the real estate industry, mandate a system of ethics that results in greater and more sustained professional productivity and significantly improves quality of life in our work environment, homes and communities.Despite limited resources and the potential for violent conflict, nature evolved powerful strategies that resulted in a progression […]

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Washington Real Estate Contracts

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Washington Real Estate Contracts

Washington Real Estate Contracts are used in the real estate industry are addressed in this course. Students will learn the differences between express and implied contracts and bilateral and unilateral contracts as well as how to classify a contract as being executed or executory; the legal effects of a contract; the elements necessary for a […]

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Washington Current Issues in Residential Washington Real Estate 2016-2017

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Washington Current Issues in Residential Washington Real Estate 2016-2017

Washington Current Issues in Residential Washington Real Estate 2016-2017 covers a wide variety of real estate topics. You will examine Licensing Law updates in the State of Washington and subjects such as agency duties and managing broker responsibilities. You will also explore distressed properties, short sales, and REO sales, in addition to, guidelines pertaining to […]

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Washington Real Estate Environmental Basics

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Washington Current Issues in Residential Washington Real Estate 2016-2017

Washington Real Estate Environmental Basics. Identifying environmental hazards and how they affect the real estate industry is the basic goal of  Washington Real Estate 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. […]

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Washington Real Estate Human Land Use

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Washington Current Issues in Residential Washington Real Estate 2016-2017

Washington Real Estate Human Land Use is one in a series of courses covering the many areas of Human Ecology. The emphasis here is to impart knowledge and understanding of the history of land use, ownership, controls, zoning, boundaries, view shed analysis, geology, land use conflicts, court decisions affecting land use, and the relationship between […]

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Washington Real Estate Meth Madness

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Washington Real Estate Meth Madness

Washington Real Estate Meth Madness is inexpensive to produce and easy to use, but the chemicals used in processing this drug are volatile with very toxic by-products.Methamphetamine use has become a fast growing problem with meth labs springing up all across America, leaving a menacing wake in its path. This course is designed to heighten the […]

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Washington Real Estate Pricing Property

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Washington Real Estate Pricing Property

Washington Real Estate Pricing Property. Students will be introduced to the concepts, types, and approaches to value. They will learn about Washington Real Estate Pricing Property; 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 the reasoning […]

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Washington Property Management – Taking Care of Business

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Washington Property Management - Taking Care of Business

Washington Property Management – Taking Care of Business 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 […]

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Washington Qualifying Buyer and Property

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Washington Qualifying Buyer and Property

Washington 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 and […]

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Washington Real Estate Math

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Washington Real Estate Math

Washington 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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Washington The Loan – An Overview

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Washington The Loan - An Overview

Washington 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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Washington License Law

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Washington License Law

Washington License Law meets the state requirement under RCW 18.85.481(2) license renewal for those who became licensed prior to July 2010 and it must be completed by their first active renewal date on or after July 1, 2010. The course focuses on changes to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) rules to include: Licensing Requirements, Duties […]

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Washington Real Estate Water Resources

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Washington Real Estate Water Resources

Washington Real Estate Water Resources. Thousands of times every day  Real Estate licensees influence choices that home buyers and sellers make about the homes, neighborhoods, and the communities in which they live. Those who take particular care to acknowledge and demonstrate the importance of efficient, well built homes, and conservation are helping to make these […]

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Washington Work Smarter, Not Harder

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Washington Work Smarter, Not Harder

Washington Work Smarter, Not Harder Licensees are presented with key models and systems that will assist in increasing their business growth exponentially.Setting goals and eliminating barriers to success is just the beginning of the transformation from eking out a living to a lucrative business. Students will gain an understanding of the fundamental principles of a real […]

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Washington 30 Hour Complete CE Renewal Package #1

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Washington 30 Hour Complete CE Renewal Package #1

Washington 30 Hour Complete CE Renewal Package #1 Description: The Washington Department of Licensing requires licensees to complete 30 hours of continuing education Washington 30 Hour Complete CE Renewal Package #1 every 2 years, 3 hours of which must be in the mandatory Washington core course. This Washington Real Estate CE package includes 3 hours of the […]

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