Texas Promulgated Contract Forms Course Price: $88.00
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This course is unique in that each promulgated contract form is presented and discussed in order to familiarize you with its appropriate use for a given real estate transaction. You will demonstrate working knowledge of the residential contracts by successfully completing different forms based on case studies that are included in the course. New correspondence version with convenient downloadable PDFs. TREC approved.
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Gain access to PDF eBooks to read on the go and take quizzes and exams online!
- Convenient eBooks in Downloadable PDF Format
- No Seat Time Requirement – You may complete courses in no less than three days (max 12 hours per day)
- Quizzes and Final Exams Completed Online
- 100% Required on All Assignments, except Final
- Proctored Final Exam
- Hardcopy Textbooks Available for an Additional Cost
Texas Promulgated Contract Forms (30 Hours)
Recognize the elements that comprise valid contracts. Learn how and when to use the correct Texas promulgated Purchase Contract Forms, Addenda, disclosures, and Notices used in residential real estate transactions. This is a 30-hour correspondence course with online quizzes and final.
- Texas Promulgated Contract Forms, Tom Jensen
- Texas Contract Forms Booklet
- 9 required units: 30 Hours
- Each unit includes: Overview, Objectives and Assignments with Textbook Reading, Supplemental Reading, Multiple-Choice Practice Quiz, Multiple-Choice Unit Exam and Case Studies in Units 6, 7 and 9)
- Online Final (covers 1-9): 60 multiple-choice questions, Proctored, 2-hour time limit
The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) charges real estate license holders with the knowledge and use of the most recent edition of the Texas promulgated contract forms. Therefore, this practical course is designed to help you better understand the workings of the current promulgated contract forms.
Specific attention has been given to those subjects that will enable you to practice real estate brokerage in a lawful and knowledgeable way. Topics surveyed include the essential elements of contracts, requirements and usage of the promulgated contract forms, the Seller’s Disclosure of Property Condition, and an overview of all the promulgated forms and addenda.
This course is unique in that each promulgated contract form is presented and discussed in order to familiarize you with its appropriate use for a given real estate transaction. You will demonstrate working knowledge of the residential contracts by successfully completing the promulgated contract forms based on case studies that are included in the course.
- Recall elements that comprise valid contracts and how they are interpreted, performed, and discharged.
- Apply the rules and regulations pertinent to promulgated contract forms.
- Specify the paragraphs of Sections 1-4 of the 1-4 Family Residential Contract and the Addenda used with those sections.
- Recall Sections 5-8 of the 1-4 Family Residential Contract and specify the Notices and Disclosures that must be provided to buyers regarding the earnest money, title policy, survey, and condition of the property.
- Recall Sections 9-24 of the 1-4 Family Residential Contract regarding closing, possession, escrow, prorations, and other contract details that must be satisfied in order to complete the transaction.
- Recognize the various Texas promulgated Purchase Contract Forms and their application.
- Differentiate among the various addenda and notices used for short sales, back-up contracts, sale of buyer’s other property, and amending or terminating contracts, oil and gas reservations, properties subject to POAs, and properties located by the coast or the Intracoastal Waterway.
- Typify federal and state laws regarding fair housing, state regulations concerning compensation, varieties of real estate fraud, and disclosures required of agents and sellers.
- Based on the Case Study provided, select the appropriate promulgated contract forms and complete them according to TREC guidelines.
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TREC Approved Proprietary School ID # 990009260; QE Provider # 0595; MCE Provider #04850
Course code: 9-TX-PROMCON-18