Succeeding in real estate requires a willingness to continuously hone your skills and expand your industry knowledge. After completing your pre-licensing education and earning your license, you likely had a good handle on the laws that govern the practice of real estate. How to apply these rules and regulations, however, can be a bit of a mystery when confronted with everyday situations. North Dakota Post-Licensing for Real Estate Salespersons assists you in merging your book knowledge with practical field application. The course fills the gap between what you needed to know to get your license and what you need to do to become a confident, well-respected, and highly skilled real estate professional.
Real estate salespersons in North Dakota are required to complete 15-hours of approved continuing education coursework within their first year of licensure. This course fulfills the state's post-licensing requirement.
Courses highlights includes:
Fifteen hours of content divided into seven different modules, each focusing on a highly relevant real estate topic.
A detailed analysis of the listing process, property condition disclosures, and buyer representation.
An easy-to-understand explanation of real estate contracts.
A discussion of the mortgage process, including advice on steps you can take to protect your clients from predatory lending practices.
Emphasis on the importance of applying the highest ethical principles to your practice.
Techniques on how to account for and mitigate the probability of risk in your day-to-day business dealings.
Key points illustrated through case studies and real world examples.
Numerous resources for instant application and future reference.