Important Class Notes
Elective - Inspections and Testing in Wisconsin Transactions provides a thorough review of inspections and testing in a Wisconsin transaction using Wisconsin-approved forms. Review the boundaries for an inspection including who can inspect, what can be inspected, the boundaries for a test and who can test, and the result on the offer depending on testing and inspection results. Explore the negotiation process between a seller and a buyer depending on the results of the inspections and tests including using amendments and notices and how the right to cure process works. Understand the difference between a defect and a material adverse fact and how parties respond to the discovery of that information. Licensees must complete 18 hours of continuing education during each biennium through six approved 3-hour courses. Courses 1, 2, 3, and 4 are mandatory for all licensees; in addition licensees must take two of the elective courses.
 
Class Number 65074
Catalog Number 47-194-484
Class Title Inspections & Testing WI Trans
Semester / Year Fall 2016
Units 0.10
Instructor McConnell,Steven A
Course Fee  $39.00
Senior Fee  $25.96

 

 

Location Rice Lake
Building WITC Rice Lake Campus
Instruction Mode ITV
Room Day(s) Time Date(s)
0156W01:00-04:00p11/16
 
Class Description
This three-hour course is one of six required continuing education modules for real estate sales persons and brokers. At the end of each module, a test is given. Certificates are awarded.
 
Important Class Notes
Elective - Inspections and Testing in Wisconsin Transactions provides a thorough review of inspections and testing in a Wisconsin transaction using Wisconsin-approved forms. Review the boundaries for an inspection including who can inspect, what can be inspected, the boundaries for a test and who can test, and the result on the offer depending on testing and inspection results. Explore the negotiation process between a seller and a buyer depending on the results of the inspections and tests including using amendments and notices and how the right to cure process works. Understand the difference between a defect and a material adverse fact and how parties respond to the discovery of that information. Licensees must complete 18 hours of continuing education during each biennium through six approved 3-hour courses. Courses 1, 2, 3, and 4 are mandatory for all licensees; in addition licensees must take two of the elective courses.

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65072  47-194-484  Inspections & Testing WI Trans  Ashland  ITV  11/16  View Course Information 
65073  47-194-484  Inspections & Testing WI Trans  New Richmond  ITV  11/16  View Course Information 
65075  47-194-484  Inspections & Testing WI Trans  Hayward  ITV  11/16  View Course Information 

 


 

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