May 13, 2015
While you may not think of yourself as a real estate inspector, and are likely not licensed by the State as one, real estate inspection makes up a large part of what you do every day. Any property you look at for a potential buyer, seller, tenant or landlord is, by definition, being inspected. Our newest course, Residential Inspection for Real Estate Agents - No. 1021, will offer the opportunity for licensees in Texas to demonstrate their knowledge and gain valuable insight into one of the most critical steps in the residential real estate transaction process, the inspection.
This 30 hour course will demonstrate the use of the TREC property condition addendum; explain the agreement between the inspector and the client; identify the tools and procedures used by the inspector; demonstrate the inspection of electro-mechanical systems; explain the inspection of structures, and identify some examples of surprising issues an inspection can uncover.
Table of Contents
Unit 1 – Property Condition Addendum
Unit 2 – Inspector and Client Agreement
Unit 3 – Tools and Procedures
Unit 4 – Structures and The Exterior of the Property
Unit 5 – The Interior Including Electro-Mechanical Systems
Unit 6 – Miscellaneous Inspection Issues
Unit 7 – Some “Bad” Examples
Students can expect numerous exercises, quizzes, case studies and exams, after which the course concludes with the final exam. All exercises, quizzes, field trips, exams and other elements presented in the course must be completed in order to pass the course and print your certificate of completion. Click Here to register today!
The course is ARELLO Certified and approved by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) to meet the SAE/CORE requirements for Texas real estate licensees. Upon completing this course students will receive a certificate of completion that they may use as evidence of passing the course. For more information and to register for the new Residential Inspection for Real Estate Agents - No. 1021, click here.