Education

Real Estate

Courses (MCE)

Termination Do’s & Don’ts

Although the successful sale of a property is the ultimate goal of the parties and the licensees involved in the transaction, there are occasions when that goal is simply not achievable

Course: 01-00-102-4028
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

Paragraph 7: Property Condition

Paragraph Seven deals with how to disclose the condition of the house, get it inspected, specify repairs, pay for repairs, and complete repairs. The objective of this course is to first break down and review the expressed conditions of each section of this paragraph; identify alternative and acceptable uses of paragraph 7D; and finally, review of particular problem areas in the coastal bend.

Course: 01-00-102-4028
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

Short Sales & Minerals: The Promulgated Forms

The course objective is to keep license current with promulgated contract forms and addenda. The “Short Sale Addendum” and “Addendum for Reservation of Oil, Gas, and Other Minerals” will be the primary focus of this one-hour course.

Course: 01-00-053-22992
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

Title Policies 101

In residential sales, the buyer and seller typically elect title insurance rather than an abstract of title. The objective of this course is therefore to familiarize licensees with what a typical title policy really covers; a description of the various conditions, exclusions and exceptions that may be applicable to particular policies; and a brief look at the title commitment’s “schedules”

Course: 01-00-083-23355
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

Determining Contract Deadlines

The Majority of contracts, including the TREC promulgated forms, have multiple references to time frames as parts of the agreement. This course reviews numerous contract deadlines and the ramification of missing them.

Course:  01-00-083-23354
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

Texas Homestead

The Majority of contracts, including the TREC promulgated forms, have multiple references to time frames as parts of the agreement. This course reviews numerous contract deadlines and the ramification of missing them.

Course: 01-00-082-9636
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

What do you mean I don’t own my mother’s house?

Often, title to real estate does not pass in what we consider the ordinary way – a deed from grantor to grantee; rather, title passes through the estate of a deceased owner. The objective of this course is to review the relevant laws and techniques involved in the passage of title to the legal heirs, or named beneficiaries, of a deceased property owner.

Course: 01-00-102-4029
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

Revised TREC Forms: Some Things Always Change

The course objective is to give licensees an overview of the Revised TREC forms, paying special attention to changes to the One To Four Family Residential Contract (Resale). Although many of the revisions are minor, a careful review of the more significant changes can help the real estate professional avoid future liability. The first objective of the course is to familiarize licensees with the revised and new TREC forms and make sure they understand the date form use becomes mandatory. Second, we will review specific changes to the One To Four Family Residential Contract (Resale) and discuss their application in the normal course of a real estate transaction.

Course: 01-00-102-2819
Provider: #0023
Cost: $10
1 hour non-legal

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Copperfield, TX

5702 S Staples St Suite E-7
Copperfield, TX 5702

Holly, TX

5306 Holly Rd b, Corpus
Christi, TX 78411

Northwest, TX

13330 Leopard St, Corpus
Christi, TX 78410

Island, TX

14602 S Padre Island Dr, Corpus
Christi, TX 78418