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Transaction Coordinator (TC) Launch Pad

The TC Launch Pad is a national Transaction Coordination program designed to educate Real Estate professionals as Transaction Coordinators.

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Price: $199.00 (USD)
Purpose: A Video Series for Transaction Coordination Training
Features: online text, online video, printable certificate
Category: Real Estate > Professional Development
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A Video Series for Transaction Coordination Training

This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.

The TC Launch Pad is a National Transaction Coordination program designed to educate Real Estate professionals as Transaction Coordinators, whether or not they hold a real estate license.

Transaction Coordinator is a term that is becoming more and more familiar in our real estate world. So what is a Transaction Coordinator and what is their role in the real estate transaction?

Because real estate is done differently in all 50 states, the role of the Transaction Coordinator may vary slightly. In this video lecture class we will explore the commonalities of the role of TC between the states and their differences. 

The topics covered in this course are:

  1. Definition of a Transaction Coordinator
  2. Working with a Transaction Coordinator
  3. Contracts
  4. Contingencies
  5. Buyer and Seller Contract Obligations
  6. Seller's Disclosures
  7. Names, Trusts and other Entities
  8. Settlement Services, Escrow, and more!
  9. Lending in a Nutshell
  10. Systems and Technology
  11. Boundaries with your Agent
  12. The Process
  13. Getting Started as a Transaction Coordinator

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