Wednesday, March 7
Property Management Bootcamp – The Rules (Part 1 of 2)
9:00am – Noon
In this market it is hard to keep from becoming an “accidental” property management agent. This class focuses on identifying the risks involved and how to minimize your risk when you find yourself acting as a property manager. The instructors will examine the Landlord Tenant Act as well as discuss the roles and responsibilities of a property manager, including the required accountability issues.
Instructors: Attorney Denise Holliday, Steve Urie
rCRMS: Claims & Remedies
10:00am – 5:00pm
This course is a detailed look at common claims and real estate issues along with remedies and risk management tips that may occur in real estate transactions. This course specifically addresses Arizona state laws but also looks at how the NAR Code of Ethics applies. This course allows students to gain a clear understanding of how claims happen, are pursued and resolved, and apply that understanding to minimize risk in their real estate practice. Sections of the text in this course were taken directly from the bookArizona Real Estate: A Professional’s Guide to Law and Practice by Michelle K. Lind, General Counsel to the Arizona Association of REALTORS®.
Instructors: Attorney Rick Mack, REALTOR® Frank Dickens
C/E: 3-legal issues/3-disclosure
Property Management Bootcamp – The Risks (Part 2 of 2)
1:30pm – 4:30pm
In this market, it is hard to keep from becoming an “accidental” property management agent. This class focuses on identifying the risks involved and how to minimize your risk when you find yourself acting as a property manager. The instructors will examine the use of the Seller Landlord SPDS, AAR’s Residential Property Management Agreement and Lease Agreement as well as define breach of contract issues.
Instructors: Attorney Denise Holliday, Mike Mulvena
C/E: 3-contract law
Major Home Systems (sponsored by the Arizona CRS State Chapter)
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Homes located in remote areas away from city water supply and sewage systems have to supply and treat their own water and sewage respectively. The sewage and supply systems are, for the most part, invisible to the homeowner. REALTORS® in rural areas, or areas of a city not yet serviced by city water sewage and supply systems, should have a good understanding of these systems in order to help homebuyers themselves better understand the systems. The plumbing system must function properly every day, not only for your convenience, but also for your health. Nobody ever thinks about the plumbing system until it doesn’t work. This practical section covers everything a real estate professional should know about a residential plumbing system. The last section covers simple techniques you can use to determine the electrical service size of a house. It also helps you understand the implications of service size and the basic purpose and functions of overload protection and other electrical safety devices.
Instructors: Jim Bacon, Woody Livingston
C/E credit provided for this class through Excellence in Real Estate School, Bridget Reynolds, CRS, owner.