This is a three credit hour ethics and core course consisting of the required two credit hours of ethics topics and an hour of core topics. The course reviews fair housing topics, the NJ LAD and the advertising rules. The ethics portion of the course reviews ethics from its foundational concepts to how to apply ethics in a licensee's everyday real estate practice in New Jersey. The main concepts are reviewed, and then practical case examples are presented where students can apply ethics to simulated real life situations. The course is designed to promote class discussion of ethics among the students.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 1pm-4pm
Class Description: The course covers ethics in the areas of fair housing and a licensee’s relationship with clients and principals, customers, other agents and firms and the general public and advertising rules. It merges general ethical concepts pertaining to real estate with the concepts detailed in the REALTOR’s code of ethics. The course utilizes mini case studies to illustrate how ethics play a role in potential real life situations.
Instructed by: John Kuhn
$30 Members ~ $50 Non-member
Credits: 3 Ethics