Instructor: Larry Christensen
Date: November 6, 2019
Old Republic Title
400 112th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Core Curriculum course covers new topics relevant to residential real estate. This 4-hour course discusses rules about referrals and National legislative issues, Washington Legislative issues, common complaints and investigations, as well as risk avoidance reminders. . All brokers and managing brokers must take this course as part of the clock hours needed for license renewal. This course satisfies the state requirement.
- Unit 1 National Legislative Issues
- Unit 2 Washington Legislative Issues
- Unit 3 Common Complaints/Investigations/Findings
- Unit 4 Case Studies
- Unit 5 Organizational Structure/Responsibilities
- Unit 6 Residential Real Estate
- Unit 7 Risk Avoidance Reminders
- Unit 8 Real Estate Advertising
4 Clock Hours
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About the Instructor: Larry Christensen
Larry Christensen became a real estate agent in 1968, and a broker in 1970. He managed a 50+ agent office for 12 years before starting his own real estate school, and instructing full time in 2001.
He has been closely involved with the Seattle King County Realtors® since 1986, having served for several years on the Association Board of Directors. He recently served a 3year term as a Washington Association of Realtor Director, and a 1year term as Vice President of Business Practices. Larry was the 2014 Seattle King County Realtor® President.
He served on the Seattle King County Association’s Grievance Committee for 6 years, chairing it for 2 years. Larry served on and chaired hearing panels for both ethics and arbitration for 6 years, and has served for many years on Association review panels.
He received the Instructor of the Year award from Seattle King County Realtors® in 2005 and 2014, and also the Washington Realtor® Eddy Award in 2014 honoring his contribution to real estate education in Washington state.
Larry has been a Washington State Certified Instructor since 1998, and has written State approved courses on real estate ethics, professional standards, agency law, contingencies, inspections, assorted other NWMLS forms, procuring cause, RCW 18.85 transition course, core curriculum, and presenting offers. He is an approved ethics instructor for Realtor® associations in Washington State.
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