Real Estate Courses
As an attorney and a businessman, I enjoy the challenges of teaching, learning and professionally growing. Real estate law is an exciting and ever-changing practice and the business environment requires that you be continually able to learn and grow. I enjoy solving problems and teaching others to understand real estate matters and the legal, financial and practical challenges of the industry.
Jon has two current New Hampshire real estate commission approved 1 credit elective courses.
1) Understanding the nature, prevalence, and resolution of Title problems and defects. “We hate delay, Let’s get this deal closed “Course description
This is a one-credit elective course which will help you understand the very “nature” of title problems. Everyone hates title defects and problems. They kill or often delay closings. But it is vital to understand them before you can help solve them. Once we understand their nature, then solutions are more likely. “Knowledge is power” in this difficult area that affects almost all real estate professionals. In this course, we help the real estate professional understand, avoid and even help to solve title problems so we can….” get this deal closed”.
2) Understanding The “NEW” 2014 CFPB foreclosure Regulations and how they affect real estate professionals “.Course description
This is a one-credit elective course that is designed to help you understand the CFPB and its role in the regulation of foreclosure. It will help real estate professionals understand the foreclosure process and the new regulations in an attempt to help real estate professionals help those clients or potential clients who have financially distressed mortgages. We discuss these regulatory schemes and how they affect listing and selling distressed or foreclosed homes in an attempt to provide another avenue of listing or referral for selling real estate professionals.
If you are interested in having Jon come to present these courses please contact him directly below.[gravityform id=”1″ title=”true” description=”false”]