C/E Sessions

Continuing Education Classes

 

Tuesday, March 24: 8:30 – 11:30

NAR Code of Ethics & Property Management

In a typical day in the life of a property manager, how does the NAR Code of Ethics apply to what you do?  This class will analyze key articles in NAR’s Code of Ethics and how they apply to property management activities and how to avoid violations.  (meets NAR Quadrennial Ethics requirement for REALTORS®)

(3-Commissioners Rules)

Instructor:  Mike Mulvena


Tuesday, March 24: 9:00 – Noon

  • BMC #1: Statutes & Rules

This class provides a review the Arizona Revised Statutes and Commissioner’s Rules as they apply to the management of a brokerage and the oversight of licensees including disclosures, contracts, fiduciary duties, advertising, record keeping, trust account management, and employment agreements as well as compliance and risk management activities.

(3-Commissioners Rules) 

Instructor:  Evan Fuchs

 

  • Agency Relationships & Responsibilities

What do you know about your Agency Relationship to your client? Probably a lot less than you think you do! At this class we will discuss the different types of agency relationships and how your actions could effect your liability if there is an issue about representation. 

(3-Agency) 

Instructor:  Mary Frances Coleman


Tuesday, March 24: 1:00 – 4:00

  • BMC #2: Broker Policies

Explore suggested policies addressing top issues in Arizona as well as examine ADRE regulations, including the management of transaction files and storing and managing confidential data. The class will also identify key components of well written office policies to minimize risk and clarify interpretation to better provide a clear understanding and expectations of licensees under the supervision of a broker.

(3-Commissioners Rules)

Instructor:  Jon Kichen

 

  • Update on Recent Changes … An Up-to-Date Look at New Federal, State and Local Laws Impacting Real Estate

(3-Legal Issues) 

Instructor:  Bill Gray 

 

  • Property Management: AAR Forms and Legal Issues

Where are the most common pitfalls to avoid when using AAR’s property management forms?  Through examining common legal hotline questions related to property management, we’ll show you how proper use of the AAR forms can help you avoid them.   

(3-contract law) 

Instructor:  Rick Mack


Wednesday, March 25: 9:00 – 12:00

BMC #3: Supervision

This class reviews the general requirements and a broker’s duties of supervision (as outlined in the commissioner’s rules) and examine broker employment agreements, how agency relationships should be handled and the standard of care needed when managing agents.

(3-Commissioners Rules) 

Instructor:  Evan Fuchs


Wednesday, March 25:  1:30 – 4:30

Advanced Trust Accounting

This class digs into the ADRE trust accounting requirements and how to comply with them; the meaning of 3 Way Reconciliations and how to perform them monthly and how to prevent commingling and conversion in the trust account.

(3-Commissioners Rules) 

Instructor:  Mike Mumford


Thursday, March 26:  1:30 – 4:30

CFPB:  The New Closing Process

On August 1, 2015, what will the closing process look like? This class will take you through a mock scenario showing you what the new real estate closing process will look like, who is responsible for what, and what 3, 4 and 7 mean to the closing.  Through AAR’s collaboration with the Arizona Mortgage Lenders Association and the Arizona Escrow Association, this class relates the information to the real-world  transaction process.

(3-Legal Issues) 

Instructors:  Leslie Banes, Sherry Olsen, Jim Sexton

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