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The Bryan-College Station Regional Association of REALTORS® is the home for approximately 950 REALTORS® & Affiliates from across Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, & Robertson Counties. BCSRAOR is actively engaged in the community through philanthropic work, political advocacy, community involvement, and public education. BCSRAOR also wholly owns the Bryan-College Station Multiple Listing Service, which serves as the main MLS for the region with approximately 1000 subscribers and over 2200 listings.
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|Course description||The real estate sales contract is THE most important document in a real estate agent’s briefcase. This course outlines and explains the entire Texas Real Estate Sales Contract for the resale of One-to-Four Family Residential properties and includes additional contracts and all related addenda explained by a seasoned negotiator.|
|Provider name||Texas Association of REALTORS®|
|Course description||Did you know that as a license holder you have legal requirements and regulations for engaging in the real estate business? Perhaps you also belong to a trade association connected to the real estate business that has a code of conduct and you see that as a requirement for engaging in the business. There is more to your requirements than a trade Association expectations. It is every license holder’s responsibility to know and operate under the current laws applicable to their license. The course covers the requirements Texas law places upon all license holders regarding ethical conduct when facilitating a real estate transaction.|
members of B/CS Assn: $40 Nonmembers & MLS only members: $50
|Course description||Did you know that as a license holder you have ethics requirements for engaging in the real estate business? Perhaps you also belong to a trade association for the real estate business that has a code of ethics and you see that as a requirement for engaging in the business. The law and the various trade association codes of ethics are similar yet not identical. There is more to your requirements than a trade association expectation. The course covers the requirements Texas law places upon all license holders regarding ethics and conduct when facilitating a real estate transaction.|
|Price:||Members of B/CS Assn: $40 Nonmembers & MLS Only: $50|
|Course description||The purpose of this course is to address the regulatory aspects of the management, operation and supervision of a real estate brokerage firm in Texas. The course provides an understanding and working knowledge of the law of agency, planning and organization of business entities, requirements for written policies and procedures, records retention and control, advertising, recruitment and training of agents, and the anatomy of a complaint filed with Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).
Section 535.2 of the TREC Rules requires a broker who sponsors salespersons, a designated broker of a business entity, and a licensee who is a delegated supervisor of one or more licensees (for 6 months or more during the supervisor’s current license period), to complete this 6-hour broker responsibility course to renew a license. Any licensee may take this course. Additionally, a sponsoring broker may, by policy, require certain licensees and employees to take this course.
|Price:||B/CS Assn Members: $60 Nonmembers & MLS Only: $70|