This course aims to promote safety, integrity, and trust in the real estate industry to benefit consumers and practitioners. Real estate licensees are entrusted by members of the public on a daily basis in the form of access to their homes, safeguarding their sensitive information, and counsel in matters that impact their financial and physical well-being. When a homebuyer is concerned for the safety of their family in a home with high radon levels or in close proximity to fracking, they ask their agent. As such, agency relationships are nuanced with layers of responsibility that far exceed fiduciary duties. In this course licensees will expand their awareness of their obligations to the public and their understanding of how these obligations are met.
Additionally, licensees are invited to hold one another accountable to high standards of safety in real estate practice, not limited to issues such as lockbox use and indoor air quality concerns that impact consumers, but also regarding issues that impact occupational health and wellbeing of real estate professionals including issues of discrimination and norms in the industry that perpetuate risk-taking behaviors on the job.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Approved States: CO