Re-sale Disclosures: What Are They and Why Are They Needed

07 Apr

Re-sale Disclosures: What Are They and Why Are They Needed: 4/7 (Online)

Re-sale Disclosures: What Are They and Why Are They Needed: 4/7 (Online)

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 (12:00 PM to 1:30 PM)
1.5 CE Hours
Online

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Resale Disclosures: What are they and Why are they Needed?

With more and more CIC’s, more often than not you as a REALTOR® need re-sale disclosure documents from a property management company in order to complete a transaction.  This joint program with Community Associations Institute (CAI) will cover the law as it relates to re-sale disclosures as well as best practices for getting a re-sale disclosure for your client.  This course will also cover what is included in the re-sale disclosure documents and how to avoid paying expedited fees for these documents.

*This course is pending 1.5 hours of MN CE.

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Deb Newell

Deb Newell, MPM®, RMP® REALTOR®

 

Deb owns and runs Real-Time Leasing, a property management company in Eagan, MN, along with Real-Time Property Services, offering rehabbing and maintenance services to a variety of large real estate investment groups.  Deb’s passion lies in education and helping others, which prompted her to begin Real-Time Consulting Services in 2010, focusing and consulting property management companies focusing on people, processes, and technology throughout the country.

 

Deb has been invited to teach at many different venues across the country for Real Estate and Software Organizations and conferences. Her passion is what makes her an expert in Property Management.  Deb is an expert in the industry, from her lifelong interest in legislative matters in Real Estate to resolving everyday business conflicts, operating issues, and formulating business processes that will help build a successful management company.

Matt Greenstein

Matt is a founding partner of Greenstein Sellers PLLC and his practice focuses on real estate law where he represents property owners, management companies and developers. A large portion of his practice is also devoted to representing common interest communities where he represents over 400 condominium, townhomes, coops and planned communities.  Matt provides full service legal counsel for common interest communities which includes, but is not limited to, providing legal opinions for board members, interpreting governing documents, advising on proper procedures for board and homeowner meetings, drafting and amending bylaws, declarations and rules and regulations, assisting with collections and lien foreclosure, and any other legal need that may arise.

Matt is a frequent speaker at legal continuing education courses and has provided lectures for the Hennepin County Bar Association on several occasions on issues regarding common interest communities and the Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act, Chapter 515B.   Currently, Matt is serving on the board of directors for the Minnesota Multi-Housing Association and is a member of the education and publication committees for CIC Midwest, an organization focused on education and services for common interest communities.

Cancelation within 2 business days of the class will result in a $10 cancelation fee. "No shows" forfeit the registration fee.