The Red Book on Real Estate Contracts: The Class
Join Seth Weissman for the ultimate course for real estate professionals who are serious about becoming contract experts. This class series covers contract formation, contingencies, disclosure obligations, real estate disputes and so much more. Get ahead of the competition and become a certified Red Book Contracts Specialist by attending all four classes.
June 9 or September 13, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Red Book Class I - The Basics of Contracts*
This class will focus on the basics of contract formation and include an in-depth discussion on creating a binding contract, understanding title issues, the parties to the contract, earnest money, options in describing the property, the purchase price, notice issues, and the closing and possession of the property.
June 16 or September 20, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Red Book Class II - Contingencies, Commissions and Agency Issues in Contracts*
This class will focus on the numerous contingencies and conditions precedent to which most contracts are subject. This class will also focus on the real estate broker's commission and how it can best be protected under the contract and on agency issues that arise in real estate contracts.
June 21 or September 27, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Red Book Class III - Disclosures, New Construction and Repairs*
This class will focus on the disclosure obligations of sellers, inspection, construction, and repair issues that arise in contracts also a detailed discussion of the issues that arise in New Construction Purchase and Sale Agreements.
June 28 or October 4, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Red Book Class IV - Contract Disputes and Risk Allocation in Contracts; Special Topics*
This class will focus on disputes arising out of the contract, risk allocation in contracts, contracts involving condominium units, special types of contracts including option contracts and lease purchase contracts.
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*Each class has been approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission for 3 hours of continuing education credit.
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