(PORTLAND, Ore.) OnlineEd – OnlineEd, Inc. and Oregon Real Estate Forms, LLC (OREF) have launched a new mid-year OREF course called Seller Carry Issues.
Course presenter, Alan Brickley, served as counsel with First American Title Insurance Company and has more than 50 years experience in working with title insurance and real estate law. He has also taught at Clackamas Community College, Lewis & Clark College, Northwestern College of Law, and Willamette University Law School and was an adjunct professor at Marylhurst University and Portland State University. Alan is the former mayor of West Linn (1974 to 1982) and member of the City Club of Portland where he has served on the Board of Governors and Chair of the research board. He is a frequent lecturer on real estate related issues for the Oregon State Bar, the Oregon Law Institute, the Mortgage Lending Education Board and other organizations.
Brickley starts this video course with the definition of seller carried transactions and explains the different ways to structure and secure seller financing. The second part of this course continues on to list various default and foreclosure remedies, identify how to mitigate payment risk for the buyer, what a broker can do without involving a lender or lawyer, and how the broker’s responsibilities will vary depending on which side of the transaction they represent.
Seller Carry Issues is approved by Oregon Real Estate Agency Continuing Education Provider, OnlineEd, for 1-hour of continuing education credit for real estate license renewal. The free course can be found as a standalone course here or bundled in the free OREF 4-credit hour package in the OnlineEd Oregon Real Estate CE Catalog.
OnlineEd, Inc. and OREF, LLC. have worked together since 2014 to bring free courses about various OREF forms as a public service to the Oregon real estate and legal community. To find out more about OREF, LLC. or to subscribe to their forms catalog, please visit their website: https://orefonline.com/.
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