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Fundamentals of Transaction Coordination

Date: July 18, 2017
Time: 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Location: 
From your home or office computer

Course Description
Putting the deal together is just half of the battle when closing the real estate transaction. Every transaction is unique and knowing how to make sure each deal closes properly and the things to be aware of can affect the outcome. The Transaction Coordination course will provide you with a complete and full understanding of every part of the real estate transaction. NEW! To earn your certificate you must take and pass the required test. A link to the exam will be emailed to you within 24 hours after the course has ended.

The Fundamentals of Transaction Coordination course is a mandatory requirement towards earning the CTC (Certified Transaction Coordinator) Certification.

REGISTER: https://store.car.org/car-education-1/learnmyway/remote-tc-071817.html?acc=c7e1249ffc03eb9ded908c236bd1996d 

Topics include:

  • How the Residential Purchase Agreement lays the foundation for the transaction.
  • Understanding disclosures and when and why to use them.
  • Identifying what paperwork is required from each party.
  • How the escrow and lending process work together to close the transaction.
  • Setting timelines for contractual obligations and contingency removals.
  • Completing the documentation required in order to submit a complete file.

PDF course materials will be provided to you by email one day before the course. Additional information about logging-on for the webinar will be sent to you in an email after you have registered for the course.

Please note: Purchase of this course is for use by a single person and may not be broadcast, recorded or shared by more than one individual. If you are interested in showing this course in your office, please contact Education at education@car.org for Broker Pricing Information.

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