What is agency law and why is it so
Do you know who or what decides which type of representation you will assume in the real estate transaction – transaction broker, single agent, or no brokerage relationship? If not, then this class is definitely for you! You will walk away with a complete understanding of Florida brokerage relationships and whether an agency or transactional brokerage relationship exists between you as the licensee and a seller or buyer.
This class will help you understand:
- The Florida Brokerage Relationship Act
- Three choices for representation under the act
- Requirements for brokerage relationship document retention
- How does the Florida Brokerage Disclosure Act apply to day-to-day business
- Inappropriate behaviors in real estate agency representation
- Role playing and active engagement from a listing, buyer, and broker perspective
Robert Gress, MBA
Robert has been practicing, coaching, and teaching real estate for 17 years. He has owned and operated two successful real estate brokerages and a Florida Real Estate School. Robert is a former Coldwell Banker, Regional Director (Central Florida) and rated #1 in 2003 by RE/MAX in his home state. He has 4 college degrees – BS in Bus. Mgmt., MS in HR Mgmt., BS in Prof. Aeronautics, MBA and working on a Doctorate in Education. He is a Florida Licensed Broker, CE provider, Real Estate Instructor, and Real Estate School Owner. He holds or has held NAR designations/certifications including ABR, AHWD, CCIM, CIPS, CRB, GRI, RSPS, SFR, and SRES and has a passion for education!
November 19, 2015
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Check-in begins at 9:00 a.m.
ORRA Members: FREE
No On-Site Registration Permitted
No Show Fee: $25
Business casual attire requested for educational programs.
Class Provided by Florida Real Estate School Online