GRI 302 / Broker Post-License: Thinking Outside the Box

The module discusses the land and its uses, laws affecting the use of land—including environmental laws, urban growth, required disclosures, and how all these issues affect real estate business practices. Students are then provided an overview of residential construction and to familiarize the student with general construction procedures, terminology, and new home warranties. Building codes, lien law requirements, and contractor licensing are included in this overview, along with the single-family home pre-sale inspection process.

This module will also introduce or expand participants' awareness of the many factors that must be taken into consideration when serving the real estate needs of international homebuyers or investors in the United States. 

For those seeking to become employing or managing brokers and who wish to open their own office - be it a franchise, independent or even a team structure - there are a number of issues that they will face when entering the marketplace.

In this course we will focus on key areas of concern related to Brokerage Management that all licensees should be aware of. At the conclusion of this course the student will be able to;

Students will also have access to references, a glossary, Red Flag issues and information on AMCs in the Appendix and additional resources section of the course. Disclosure is also introduced as it relates to the topics covered.

The course is completed with a final exam.