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CORE B (Disclosures) and Property Taxes in Illinois 6 hr. CE - NO EXAM REQUIRED

  • Monday, April 16, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • First Neighbor Bank, 900 Broadway Avenue East, Mattoon, IL
  • 21

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  • Afternoon Session Only
  • Includes Both Sessions
  • Morning Session Only
  • Afternoon Session Only
  • Both Sessions
  • Morning Session

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CENTRAL ILLINOIS BOARD OF REALTORS® 
AND ILLINOIS REALTORS®

CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

***NO EXAM REQUIRED***

Monday, April 16, 2018

CORE B (Disclosures, 3 Hours) - COR 16008

9:00 AM – NOON

Property Taxes in Illinois – FI 1103 (Elective, 3 Hours)

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

AT

First Neighbor Bank (Training Center)

900 Broadway Avenue East

Mattoon, Illinois

$35 per course for member

$45 per course for non-members

Instructor: Norm Willoughby


COR 16008 (Core B) Disclosures
This course will cover legal issues of concern to real estate professionals in today’s marketplace.  The main focus will be to identify some those areas that pose particular or increased potential of risk to real estate practitioners and some suggestions for reducing, removing or transferring those risks from their practices.  Current topics for discussion include legal issues such as agency, physical property disclosure requirements, property management, office policies and other topical legal issues like federal enforcement actions regarding the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).  This course will examine brokers’ legal duties and requirements while taking a close look at best practices that can be combined with risk management and transfer tools to ask brokers to be compliant and successful in the marketplace.  Timely matters for discussion include threats to business such as cybercrime, enforcement actions and under RESPA, litigation and failure to meet legal obligations.


FI 1103 (Elective) Property Taxes in Illinois
This course is an introduction to the basic principles and concepts of the Illinois property tax system.  Property taxes in Illinois are the major source of revenues for local unites of government, schools and local taxing bodies and districts.  Over the past 30 years, property taxes have become a major expense for property owners and can be an obstacle to ownership. IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you have any disabilities that require special accommodations, please identify those special needs

**If you do not choose to pay online, your seat is not reserved until payment has been received.  Please make checks payable to CIBR, 719 W. Lincoln, Charleston, IL  61920


Bruce Steinke - Board President
Norm Willoughby - Association Executive
Debbie LaPlante - Administrative Assistant
Paul Brown - MLS Administrator  - Remote Support Link

719 W Lincoln
Charleston, IL  61920

(217)428-4321

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