2022/06/20 10:00:002022/06/20 13:00:00America/New_YorkClass - Disclosure Is Not The Exception, It's The RuleClass - Disclosure Is Not The Exception, It's The RuleAmerican Real Estate University LIVE CLASS - Covington - 1123 Church Street - Suite 103 - Covington, GA
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Disclosure Is Not The Exception, It's The Rule
"If You Know It, You Gotta Disclose It!" Covering disclosure requirements related to agency, brokerage relationships, material facts & property defects, advertising, licensees acting as principals, federal law considerations; fees, rebates, referral fees & compensation. In addition to learning about the various aspects of BRRETA, GA License Law & GREC Rules & Regulations that oversee these requirements, this course will also be analyzing case law & case studies. Once done with this 3-hr Commission-approved CE class you will remember why DISCLOSE, DISCLOSE, DISCLOSE! is one of the mantras of Real Estate Practice in Georgia. *This is a CE credit given class, but does NOT count for License Law credit.*
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Marshall McCart has been licensed in real estate in Georgia since 1995 and holds a BBA in real estate from the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business. Specializing in land and commercial, Marshall is also active in numerous other business endeavors and has been teaching since 1996 & has been in real estate instruction since 2015.
At UGA, McCart studied under C.F. Floyd, Dr. David Downs & others with an emphasis on real estate development, land use controls, legal considerations & zoning.
McCart is the Lead Instructor at American Real Estate University and has taught over 30 salesperson & broker courses as well as dozens of CE classes over the years.
McCart also works on course development & content creation.
A proud "Real Estate Kid," McCart grew up in a real estate family and their family business & has been around real estate for most all of his life.
"Teaching & Real Estate are two major passions of mine & it's a true pleasure to be able to combine them," he says. "It's so rewarding to see students begin the journey, work hard to make it a reality, and then achieve their dreams & goals."