South Carolina 10 Hour Broker In-Charge Renewal CE Package
Explore a variety of relevant real estate topics and quickly complete the required Broker In-Charge education at your pace on your schedule. It's all online so you don't have to go anywhere. No classrooms, no hassles. Just convenient, on-demand real estate continuing education plus unlimited customer support.
Take care of your renewal CE in one package. The South Carolina 10 Hour Broker In-Charge Renewal CE Package includes:
- Agency Relationships (2 hrs - Elective)
- Broker In-Charge Duties and Responsibilities (4 hrs - Mandatory)
- TRID Safely in a Flood of Disclosures (4 hrs - Mandatory)
These interactive, online courses not only fulfill renewal CE requirements, they help you manage your real estate firm, grow your business, and provide excellent service to your clients.
2018 renewal requires all Brokers to complete the 4 hour Broker-in-Charge continuing education course which will count towards satisfying their elective requirement of six hours. Enroll today!Course Details: Agency Relationships
A real estate transaction is a complex endeavor, so buyers and sellers rely on agents expertise to make informed decisions, meet requirements and contingencies, and successfully close a property sale. Agency is an important relationship of trust, requiring the agent to fulfill several mandatory duties and represent the clients interest above everything else. Explore types of agency, agency law, duties, and best practices.Broker In-charge Duties and Responsibilities
South Carolina law layouts the job description of the Broker-In-Charge, including duties such as supervision, regulatory compliance, drafting an office policy, and handling trust funds. Learn how to conduct sales meetings, manage trust funds, develop clear representation in your office policy, and supervise licensees.TRID Safely in a Flood of Disclosures
This disclosure course is the mandatory core course for the 2016-2018 renewal cycle. The TILA/ RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule requires specific loan and closing disclosure forms to be delivered by certain deadlines. Take a closer look at three important topics that real estate licensees deal with in their day-to-day practice: the responsibilities of real estate agents regarding TRID disclosures, property condition disclosures, and flood insurance.