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Fair Housing and Beyond

Kansas CE 4 Hours Online Course Elective

4 CE Elective credit hours. To add CRS credit, see below for details.

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Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Designation Credit

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Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Designation Credit
Optional Add-On

Licensees who have earned the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation can purchase this course with 4 hours of elective CRS Credit towards renewing their CRS designation.

Fair Housing laws, beginning with the Fair Housing Act of 1968, were enacted to prohibit discrimination against certain protected classes. Real estate professionals must be familiar with both the theory and practice of Fair Housing when conducting business. 

This course covers discrimination and housing, types of violations, advertising rules, ADA, penalties, fair employment practices, fair credit practices.  It also explores anti-trust laws, bankruptcy protection, environmental considerations, and data security.

Hours: 4 CE Elective credit hours

Summary

Price: $40.00 (USD)
Hours: 4 Hours
Category: Real Estate > Continuing Education > Kansas > Elective
Purpose: 4 CE Elective credit hours. To add CRS credit, see below for details.
Features: online video, printable certificate

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Fair Housing and Beyond

Course ID: E17755

Hours Provided: 4

Category: Elective

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Licensees who have earned the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation can purchase this course for 4 hours of elective CRS Credit towards renewing their CRS designation.

Licensees have the option to select this credit at checkout for an additional $20.

For additional information about CRS, please visit www.crs.com.

Fair Housing laws, beginning with the Fair Housing Act of 1968, were enacted to prohibit discrimination against certain protected classes. Real estate professionals must be familiar with both the theory and practice of Fair Housing when conducting business.

This course covers discrimination and housing, types of violations, advertising rules, ADA, penalties, fair employment practices, fair credit practices. It also explores anti-trust laws, bankruptcy protection, environmental considerations, and data security.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • identify the important legal decisions in the United States on equality.
  • list the five categories of Fair Housing violations.
  • explain the concept of disparate impact.
  • identify a broker's obligations under the American with Disabilities Act.
  • list the types of penalties for Fair Housing violations.
  • explain the protections under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA).
  • explain the importance of the NAR's Code of Ethics, Article 10.
  • describe how to offer objective, rather than subjective information.
  • describe the relevance of groups on antitrust violations.
  • identify the types of bankruptcy protection and the relevance of bankruptcy to the real estate industry.
  • define Phase 1 and Phase 2 assessments under CERCLA.
  • identify the requirements regarding lead disclosure in real estate transactions.

Course Content

This course is divided into thirteen chapters. Each chapter begins with a video lecture from the course instructor, Vern Jarboe. After the lecture, interactive activities will help reinforce the tips you just learned. The chapter will end with a short multiple-choice question quiz.

After completing all of the modules, a 30-question final exam will be given. The final exam is not timed and can be attempted as many times as needed to earn the minimum 90% passing score. A course completion certificate for Kansas real estate continuing education credit will be issued after passing the final exam and completing a course feedback survey.

Licensees who have earned the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation can purchase this course for 4 hours of elective CRS Credit towards renewing their CRS designation.

Licensees have the option to select this credit at checkout for an additional $20.

For additional information about CRS, please visit www.crs.com.

This course will remain available to students for 45 days after purchase.

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To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.