Please notice Texas Title is aware of the concerns surrounding COVID-19 and is taking all necessary precautions to protect our staff and customers.
Because of this, we are suspending all in-person classes for the time being. If you have any questions please reach out to us at education@texastitle.com. Thank you.

Live Webinars

Upcoming Zoom Webinar Courses:

The course is designed for residential agents to obtain an understanding of the new home sales market. The agent will understand new home sales transactions while working with builders. Agents will become knowledgeable of the expected construction knowledge that will be required to complete a new home sale. Facts on the difference between a custom builder and a productions builder. Agent will work with builder sales representatives this class will explain the roles of both the agent and the sales representative of the builder. Due diligence requirements when referring builders to your clients will be discussed in detail. How agents will collect their commissions and what rules the agent must follow to ensure the collection of said commission. Inspection process and final walk through requirements with a new home sale.

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Under all is the land… So starts the NAR Code of Ethics. It continues: Realtors®, therefore, are zealous to maintain and improve the standards of their calling and share with their fellow Realtors® a common responsibility for its integrity and honor. In recognition and appreciation of their obligations to clients, customers, the public, and each other, Realtors® continuously strive to become and remain informed on issues affecting real estate and, as knowledgeable professionals, they willingly share the fruit of their experience and study with others. They identify and take steps, through enforcement of this Code of Ethics and by assisting appropriate regulatory bodies, to eliminate practices which may damage the public, or which might discredit or bring dishonor to the real estate profession. Realtors® having direct personal knowledge of conduct that may violate the Code of Ethics involving misappropriation of client or customer funds or property, willful discrimination, or fraud resulting in substantial economic harm, bring such matters to the attention of the appropriate Board or Association of Realtors®

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This course by Ginger Unger is designed for residential agents, investors, landlords and tenant representatives to explore commercial real estate leasing. The foreign language of the commercial brokers will be deciphered for you in an easy format. The basic principles of a completing a commercial real estate leasing transaction will be discussed step by step. The customary phrases, clauses and leasing conformities in the commercial leasing world will be discovered in this course. You will leave this class feeling more prepared to work a commercial lease transaction.

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Confused by Ad Valorem Taxes? Come learn more about how they are assessed.
An ad valorem tax is a tax based on the assessed value of an item, such as real estate or personal property. The most common ad valorem taxes are property taxes levied on real estate. However, ad valorem taxes may also extend to a number of tax applications, such as import duty taxes on goods from abroad

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The objective of this course is to examine the viability and benefits of performing sewer camera
inspections as part of a TREC Residential Inspection. The goal is to provide real estate agents with a
greater understanding of the changes governing who is allowed to perform sewer camera inspections,
how sewer cameras inspections are performed, and best practices for utilizing the information provided
through a sewer camera inspection during contract and/or option period negotiations.

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It’s important you take the right steps during negotiations. It’s likely more than one offer will be on the table. Learning to make your clients offer standout when responding to multiple offers can make the difference in getting an offer accepted. In this class, agents will learn what it takes to get the seller’s attention and focus on their clients offer compared to the rest.

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Learning the ABCs of flipping houses is a great place to begin and can help avoid costly mistakes made by many first-time flippers. This course is a comprehensive look at flipping residential real estate for a profit. Course will look at finding, evaluating, and purchasing residential real estate for investments purposes.

Cost: $15
2 CE
Course # 38776
Provider: Texas Realtor #0001
Instructor name: Ginger Unger CCIM

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The course is designed for residential and commercial agents to obtain an understanding of the cannabis industry within the real estate industry. The agent will understand the federal and state laws concerning cannabis industries in Texas. Agents will become knowledgeable of the expected feasibility documents and actions that a novice person entering the cannabis industry would rely on a real estate agent to explain. Facts on the difference between being a grower of hemp grower in the industry and a retail location with CBD products with Texas laws. Agents will learn how to expand their knowledge on working with buyers with the intent to purchase land or warehousing for the purpose of entering the cannabis business. Why a Cannabis LLC beats a C-Corp. Real property forfeitures for marijuana Tenants, their marijuana leasehold is key. The role of the title companies in the sales of cannabis use properties. The agents will develop a lease checklist to help them represent a Tenant and/or Landlord with the cannabis industry.

Cost $15
2 HR CE
Course # 40737
Provider: Texas Realtor #0001
Instructor name: Ginger Unger CCIM

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Recent changes in the mortgage and appraisal industry have a direct impact on real estate. As a result it’s necessary for real estate agents to understand appraisals and who the appraiser works for. The purpose of this course is to provide insight into the 3 approaches to the residential appraisal process and when they are used.

Cost $30
#3 CE
Course #38679
Provider: Texas Realtors #0001
Instructor name: Stephen Etzel

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The Texas Accredited Commercial Specialist certification teaches you how to represent clients, perform market analyses, negotiate, and understand property development and management. The TACS will also equip you with skills in marketing… Commercial Real Estate Property Development. Topics include commercial leasing, property development, and appraisal valuation methods

Cost $250
30 HR CE
Course # 860
Provider: Texas Realtors #0001
Instructor name: Ginger Unger CCIM

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Does the Pot Rack Stay?
Course # 38189 / 8-9 am

This class qualifies for contract renewal requirement
Course offers an in-depth look at Paragraph 2 in the Listing Agreement and the 1– 4 Family Residential Contract. Help agents understand when to approach this with the client to be sure there are no “I thought” issues in the transaction. Cementing in the agent’s mind clarity on how to protect the clients wishes and intent while making sure all desires make their way to the contract.

Avoiding Contract Pitfalls.
Course# 38351, 9-11 am

Agents learn skills and develop expertise in writing an effective contract that will protect the client and make it to the closing table. Expose the potential trouble spots in the contract. Discuss timelines and checklists and how they can be used. How to work effectively with the other agent and still represent your client. Ask the right questions to make sure agents are focusing on the client’s goals.

Cost: $25
3 CE HR
Provider: Texas Realtors #0001
Instructor name: Ginger Unger CCIM

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Before the webinar begins, you’ll receive an email from Camee Ponder with instructions on how to join. If you have any questions please email education@texastitle.com or call (806) 790-9508.

These courses are offered via Zoom. Your computer must have a web camera. If you don’t have a web camera you can download the Zoom App and take the course via your smart phone.

 

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