As-Is Contract Disclosures That Every Realtor® Should Know

15 Sep

Zoom: As-Is Contract Disclosures That Every Realtor® Should Know

Zoom: As-Is Contract Disclosures That Every Realtor® Should Know

Wednesday, September 15, 2021 (10:00 AM to 12:00 PM)

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A seller is not protected from failing to disclose any known material defects in an AS-IS sale.  Thus, an AS-IS sale does not mean that the seller can withhold known damage from the buyer.  A seller is required by Florida law to disclose all known defects that could materially affect the value of the property.  A seller who withholds such information could be held liable for his actions regardless of whether the transaction is conducted AS-IS.  Disclosures provide notification to buyers about current problems associated with the property before making their purchase. This generally results in the buyer being more satisfied with their purchase and less likely to encounter surprises about the property’s condition.

This class will cover disclosures relating to As-Is Contract:
Radon gas
Flood zone
Lead based paint 
Homeowner associations/condominiums associations
Property tax
and facts the seller knows about the property but are not readily observable, as well as several more

Real estate agents are faced with countless contracts throughout the course of their career. Understanding each line of every contract that real estate agents encounter can be overwhelming, even for Realtors® who have been in the trade for a while. It’s important to familiarize yourself with additional addendums or disclosures that could come up anytime during negotiation. This way, you can easily lead your customers to a smoother transaction and build your reputation as a bona fide real estate expert in your area. 

Registration via the ZOOM link is REQUIRED to reserve your place and join the training session. Computer/Laptop/Tablet with internet access and audio is REQUIRED. 

After registering for the meeting, you will receive a confirmation, click on the zoom link provided.  Follow the instructions containing the Zoom meeting instructions; CLICK "ADD TO CALENDAR" to reserve the time in your personal calendar and save the join instructions.  

Saving the reservation to your calendar will provide an automated reminder about the session as well as the instructions to Join the session with the time comes. 

When it's time to join the meeting, simply follow the prompts in your ZOOM calendar reservation. From your Computer/Laptop/Tablet, click the URL/link to join the event. Make sure your volume is turned up so you can hear the instructors when they start the session.


Avi S. Tryson, Esq

Avi S. Tryson, Esq. has been closing residential and commercial transactions for more than 10 years.  Personally and professionally he has experienced every facet of the process, from every side of the fence:  as a buyer, seller, and real estate professional.  As the President of Focus Title Group (FTG), Mr. Tryson's clients reap the benefit of his innately perceptive and accurate advocacy on their behalf.  He deftly manages the entire real estate closing process, from document drafting to an on-time closing.

Focus Title Group is a subsidiary of the esteemed law firm Geode, Adamczyk, DeBoest & Cross, PLLC, where Mr. Tryson serves as Managing Partner of the Firm's Coral Gables office.  He is also responsible for handling complex commercial leases, corporate structuring, estate planning and representing the Firm's community association clients in connection with their collections and general matters.

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