Florida Realtors / Florida Bar Contract For Sale and Purchase - 4 CE

15 May

(SEB) Florida Realtors / Florida Bar Contract For Sale and Purchase - 4 CE

(SEB) Florida Realtors / Florida Bar Contract For Sale and Purchase - 4 CE

Wednesday, May 15, 2024
4 CE Hours
Southeast Broward Hollywood Office, Hollywood, Florida Continuing Education, Pathway Classes, Southeast Broward - Hollywood Office

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This course is approved for 4 HRS of Continuing Education. Florida rules require that we monitor attendance and we can not issue credit for less than the number of approved hours. In order to receive credit for your course, please arrive on time and stay for the entire class.  Sign-in and Sign-out is required for this class to receive full credit.

This course will familiarize students with the most widely used contract form in Florida. This contract is a joint effort of the Florida Realtors and the Florida Bar. It’s used in all 67 counties by small and large Brokerages. Students will also discuss the Riders that can be used in circumstances where the standard contract by itself won’t accomplish the objectives of the parties.

Objectives: After taking this class students will be able to:

• Identify and accurately complete the appropriate addenda to use in any specific situation.
• Explain the differences between assignment with recourse and without recourse.
• List the timelines and parties for notification regarding mortgage commitments.
• Define the difference to a buyer or seller of cosmetic V functional deficiency.
• Accurately calculate the down payment and financing acquired to achieve the agreed upon price and terms.
• Explains the rights of a seller regarding repairs in an AS-IS contract.
• List the options available to a buyer when a seller defaults on a contract.
• Contrast the difference between funding at closing and closing in escrow.
• Allocate closing costs between the parties.
• List the times (number of days) for cancellation between a condominium resale and a newly constructed condominium.
• Define the difference between mediation and binding arbitration.

Learning Level: Beginner

Southeast Broward Hollywood Office - Conference Room
Southeast Broward Hollywood Office (Conference Room)
1 Oakwood Blvd.
Ste 175
Hollywood, FL 33020

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Aroosa Rauf

Aroosa has been working in the real estate industry in Florida for the past 20 years. Her experience includes all aspects of brokerage management, sales and marketing training. Having been involved in the training and development of new and seasoned associates for many years, Aroosa is very passionate about helping build successful careers on a solid foundation of real estate
basics and assist in implementing systems, tools, and strategies to take their careers to the next level.

With her experience and sales record throughout the years, the ups and downs of the changeable market, it enables Aroosa to bring relevant and current information to her classes. Her primary goal for each class is to inspire, encourage, and motivate everyone who attends to leave knowing something new they can implement immediately in their businesses and keep them
moving forward to achieve their goals.

Aroosa has received #1 Sales Associate Award 5 years consecutively, 100%Award Recipient with RE/MAX, 2017 Excellent Instructor Award from the Board of Realtors, 2018 Small Business of the Year award, 2018 Educator of the Year recipient with her local association and the 2019 recipient of the 100 Most Successful Women in Business.

Aroosa has mentored over 600 agents in her career as a real estate broker and productivity coach and enjoys seeing the successes of those she has worked with.

Cancelation must be received in writing 72 hours prior to class.  No refunds/credits within 72 hours.  No refunds/credits for No Shows.  To cancel your registration send an email to the Education Department at registration@miamire.com