This course is for those real estate brokers and salespersons engaged in the practice of rental brokerage.
Join us to increase your awareness and knowledge in dealing with rental property. With limited exceptions, the rental of real estate requires any individual/s showing a real property and assisting in a rental to be licensed. Although Mandatory Consumer-Licensee Relationship Disclosure is not a requisite in the rental of a property, brokers and salespersons are usually “agents” and need to maintain heightened awareness of the fiduciary duties to a landlord, tenant or both. However, real estate licensees engaged in rentals are required to employ the written fee disclosure. A significant percentage of complaints received by the Division of Professional Licensure relate to residential rental transactions. As licensees, rental agents must maintain professional competency and understanding of the inherent legal obligations. Equally as important agents should have a thorough understanding of the “public accommodations” under the Fair Housing Laws as well as a comprehensive awareness of Massachusetts’s consumer protection regulations.
CLASS TITLE: Residential Rentals – Landlord / Tenant Issues Part 1 (RE98R16)
LOCATION: 500 Cummings Center, Suite 1450, Beverly, MA
INSTRUCTOR: Atty. Robert Guida of Guida Law & Greenwood Real Estate School
Questions? Call: 781-486-3633 or email: Scott@greenwoodreschool.com
Cheryl Iby, AMP
Senior Loan Advisor