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Free Friday: 3-Hour Law and Rule Required Course for OR Real Estate Licensees

OnlineEd offers their 3-hour 2016-17 Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) for free to Oregon real estate licensees

By Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd Blog

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For more information about OnlineEd and their education for real estate brokers, principal brokers, property managers, and mortgage brokers, visit www.OnlineEd.com.

 All information contained in this posting is deemed correct as of the date of publication, but is not guaranteed by the author and may have been obtained by third-party sources. Due to the fluid nature of the subject matter, regulations, requirements and laws, prices and all other information may or may not be correct in the future and should be verified if cited, shared or otherwise republished.

OnlineEd Partners With OREF for 3-Hours of FREE CE – 2016 Sale Agreement Form

Free 3-hour Oregon real estate broker continuing education course explains the OREF 2016 Residential Real Estate Sale Agreement

(PORTLAND, Ore. ) January 4, 2016–  Oregon Real Estate Forms, LLC and OnlineEd® are proud to partner and present Oregon real estate brokers with 3 hours of free continuing education for an online course about the OREF 2016 Residential Real Estate Sale Agreement.

Oregon brokers can find the on-line enrollment link for this free course in the OnlineEd® Continuing Education Catalog by clicking the link “An In-Depth Review of the OREF 2016 Residential Sale Agreement” or by going here.

Jeff Sorg, School Director of OnlineEd®, stated, “We are pleased to provide this informative and educational on-line curriculum to brokers new to the industry, as well as brokers that would like a refresher course with proper utilization of the Residential Sale Agreement.”

Sorg further stated, “To view the three-hour course, Oregon brokers just need to enroll and place the course in their cart. There is no charge for the course and when it is completed brokers will earn a course completion certificate for three credit hours (3 CE units) to be used when they renew their license.”

Jeff Wiren of Re/Max Equity Group of Beaverton and the 2016 OREF, LLC Forms Committee Chairman, said, “Approximately, 20 years ago, there were three different real estate agreements being utilized across the state.  In the 17 years that OREF, LLC has been in existence, our company has worked diligently to create/update and utilize a single statewide uniform sale agreement for the benefit of all Oregon brokers and their clients.  The Oregon Forms Library has grown from a hand full of forms in the mid-1990’s to 56 + forms in 2016.  The Oregon Real Estate Forms Library electronic subscription is a culmination of years of development that includes risk management and clarity of terms for all parties in the real estate transaction.  OREF, LLC is pleased to provide this on-line curriculum of the Residential Sale Agreement for you, the broker, to provide greater understanding of the sale agreement clause by clause.  As you broker the transaction and serve your clients, your understanding of the # 001 Sale Agreement and the #001 MX –Matrix—clause by clause will guide you to crafting a quality transaction from beginning to end and helping your client in a well-executed document.”

2015 logo green leafOnlineEd®, Inc., based in Portland, Oregon, is an Oregon licensed Private Career School and Oregon Real Estate Agency Certified Continuing Education Course Provider No. 1038. Founded in 1998 by Harlow Spaan and Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd® offers pre-license training and continuing education for real estate brokers, real estate property managers, and mortgage brokers.  For more information, call (503) 670-9278 or (866) 519-9597 or visit their website: https://www.onlineed.com/

oref logoOREF, LLC provides the 56-form Oregon Real Estate Forms Library to Oregon broker and attorney subscribers.  The transactional and advisory forms within the annual electronic subscription and the MLS forms that the broker quarterly subscribes are the tools that Oregon brokers and attorneys utilize to create and transmit the Oregon real estate transaction.  OREF, LLC is owned by Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors®, Eugene Association of Realtors® and the Oregon Association of Realtors®.   For more information on the annual electronic subscription to the Oregon Forms Library and association subscriber benefits, contact OREF, LLC at 503/459-0195 and/or log on to www.orefonline.com.

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For Immediate Release:  January 4, 2016

NAR and zipLogix Enter Agreement to Provide zipForms® for Free to REALTORS®

NAR makes deal to provide zipForms as a free member benefit

By Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd Blog

for free text(Nov. 16, 2015) – The National Association of REALTORS® is reporting that is has inked a deal with zipLogix to provide zipForm PLUS® and zipTMS™ as a free member benefit to all NAR members.

This free NAR member benefit gives REALTORS® access to the forms they want and allows them to manage the transaction via zipLogix’s new zipTMS™, its Transaction Management System allowing agents to be able to store unlimited transactions to meet their state’s Department of Real Estate requirements.

For more information: http://www.realtor.org/articles/nar-announces-new-initiative-with-ziplogix

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For more information about OnlineEd and their education for real estate brokers, principal brokers, property managers, and mortgage brokers, visit www.OnlineEd.com.

 All information contained in this posting is deemed correct as of the date of publication, but is not guaranteed by the author and may have been obtained by third-party sources. Due to the fluid nature of the subject matter, regulations, requirements and laws, prices and all other information may or may not be correct in the future and should be verified if cited, shared or otherwise republished.

How Real Estate Brokers Can Train for TRID Before the October 3rd Deadline

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Free online orientation and training course for real estate agents who still need to get ready for October 3, 2015 TRID

(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd) When it comes to TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure, training is key for your real estate company’s successful transition, and to avoid delayed closings. To help get you up to date, OnlineEd is offering an absolutely free online orientation and training course for anyone who still needs to get ready for the upcoming August 1, 2015 changes. 

Four of the forms disclosing loan details and settlement statements that every real estate agent is familiar with, including the HUD-1 Settlement Statement, will be replaced on  October 3, 2015. On that date forward, the information present in four to-be-defunct forms will be presented in two new forms:

  1. the Loan Estimate; and
  2. the Closing Disclosure.

As a practicing real estate licensees, it is important for your company to understand the content of these new forms in order to be able to explain them to your clients. The OnlineEd 3-hour free course gives a line-by-line synopsis of these two forms. Enroll individually here, or give us as call at 866.519.9597 for instructions to complete an enrollment for your entire company. 

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For more information about OnlineEd and their education for real estate brokers, principal brokers, property managers, and mortgage brokers, visit www.OnlineEd.com.

  This article was published on June 5, 2015. All information contained in this posting is deemed correct and current as of this date, but is not guaranteed by the author and may have been obtained by third-party sources. Due to the fluid nature of the subject matter, regulations, requirements and laws, prices and all other information may or may not be correct in the future and should be verified if cited, shared or otherwise republished.

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FREE Oregon Law and Rule Required Course (“LARRC”)

Free LARRC

Free LARRC

(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd – Portland, OR) OnlineEd® is offering its Oregon Law and Rule Required Course (“LARRC”) for free! Released on January 1, 2014, the Oregon Real Estate Agency requires all Oregon Real Estate Licensees to complete this course as part of their continuing education for license renewal.   The course is found for FREE in the Oregon Real Estate Continuing Education Catalog at www.OnlineEd.com or by clicking here.  Sign up today, get started today!

OnlineEd is an Oregon owned and operated Oregon Department of Education licensed vocational school and Oregon Real Estate Agency Certified Continuing Education Provider No. 1038.

 

 

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 For more information about OnlineEd and their Oregon pre-license and continuing education courses for real estate licensees, please visit www.OnlineEd.com or telephone Chris Culbertson at 503.670.9278.OnlineEd is  Oregon owned and operated Oregon Real Estate Agency Certified Continuing Education Provider No. 1038.

This article was published on January 20, 2014. All information contained in this posting is deemed correct and current as of this date, but is not guaranteed by the author. Due to the fluid nature of the subject matter, regulations, requirements, laws, prices and all other information may or may not be correct in the future and should be verified if cited, shared or otherwise republished.

Mortgage Loan Originators Can Win FREE Continuing Education

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Yes, you read that title right! OnlineEd® is offering one FREE 8 Hour SAFE Comprehensive Continuing Education Course every single week until December! All you have to do is head over to our facebook page, click like, and fill out the entry form. We pick a new winner every Friday at 3PM (PST). One entry per week only please. Multiple entries during the same wake will be disqualified.

Each winner will receive the complete 8-hour online course ($125 Value) which has been approved by the NMLS for continuing education credit for 2011.

Winners will be notified on Friday after the drawing.

 

NMLS Provider ID: 1400327
NMLS Course ID: 1888

FREE Continuing Education Course From OnlineEd For Oregon Real Estate Brokers

Free LARRC

(OnlineEd – Portland, OR) OnlineEd® is offering the newly required Law and Rule Required Course (“LARRC”) for free! As of January 1, 2011, the Oregon Real Estate Agency requires all Oregon Real Estate Brokers to complete an approved Law and Rule Required Course as part of their continuing education for license renewal requirement.  Licensees who are renewing on or after January 1, 2011 are required to take the 3-hour course, which focuses on law updates for the year. This course can be found for FREE in the OnlineEd® Oregon Real Estate catalog.

If you haven’t tried OnlineEd® or any other online education provider, this is a good opportunity to do so for free! To enroll, just head on over to www.OnlineEd.com, click on Real Estate, Oregon, and then add the course to your cart and complete your enrollment, or just click here and follow the insturctions.  Sign up today, get started today!

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OnlineEd® is an Oregon Real Estate Agency approved provider under school number 1038

For more information about OnlineEd, visit their Web site at www.OnlineEd.com

“The Power of Staging” Course Giveaway Winner Announcement

Become a Certified Staging Agent Today!

 

Congratulations to Lori. She is this quarter’s winner of the FREE staging course offered by OnlineEd®.

“The Power of Staging” is a professional designation course by the International School of Staging. This dynamic and interactive online course was produced especially for real estate professionals to help raise awareness and provide a skill set to be used to get listings sold faster and for more money.

As a top-selling online course for the last four years, The Power of Staging® has over 5,000 real estate professionals who continue to use its techniques to give their listings an advantage over the competition. Now updated for 2011, this 8-hour audio/video online course will give agents and home sellers cost effective solutions for staging and vital tips and ideas for realistic and economical upgrades. Practical exercises and optional online group discussions will help develop a good eye to identify problem areas in listings, before they go on the market.

Award-winning interior designer, teacher, staging guru, and course author, Andy Capulleto, contends that every home needs to be staged, and that every real estate agent should learn how to guide their sellers in the art of home staging. “Our staging formula is simple, logical, and easy to apply.” When you complete your training you will be empowered to share with your sellers how they can inexpensively stage their homes to increase their market appeal for top dollar and a shorter market time.

For more information, or to try a FREE demo of the course please visit OnlineEd®.

FREE Webinar: Business Taxes for the Self-Employed: The Basics

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The IRS is holding a FREE webinar on Tuesday, March 29 for small businesses, self-employed persons, and independent contractors.  The webinar will include such topics as reporting profit or loss from a business or profession, self-employment tax and estimated tax payments, deducting business expenses, husband and wife businesses, recordkeeping, Schedule C and C-EZ, plus more.

Click here for more information.

FREE Class – How To Make 2011 A Great Year With An Effective Plan


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Everybody needs a plan. Plans help people succeed. An action plan is, without a doubt, the most valuable component in any business strategy. Consider it a road map full of stops before you reach the destination of success. The term “road map” is a poor descriptor, however. Think of it more like a location-aware GPS device with enabled turn-by-turn navigation and you’ll get a better idea of how important it is.

Road map’s are universal, which is great because it means anybody pick one up and use it relatively easily but, they are also static, or unchangeable. Those adjectives don’t look very good describing an action plan. A GPS is dynamic, like an action plan should be. An action plan should be personal to an individual or a business. It should contain specific tasks, a time frame for those tasks, and a budget. It is a good idea to refer back to the original plan every so often to analyze progress, make additions based on new information, or scrap the plan entirely and start fresh.

As you can see there is far too much information for a blog post, which is why we are bringing you a FREE class.

Join OnlineEd® December 9th, 2010 from 9-10 AM PST for a FREE online class “How to Make 2011 a GREAT Year with an Effective Plan,”by Carla Cross.  Carla will share with you her four simple steps to creating an effective, workable business plan that gets results, along with all the important components to put in the plan, and the critical systems and strategies you will need to put in place in order to succeed. This session includes a detailed handout AND you’ll receive a 9-point rock-solid Plan-of Action to get you started right away.

How to Make 2011 a GREAT Year with an Effective Plan

Presenters: Carla Cross and OnlineEd®

Date: December 9, 2010

Time: 9:00 am to 10:00 am Pacific Standard Time

Credit Hours: This is a non CE informational class

Cost: Free

TO REGISTER AND FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT CARLA AND THE SESSION, CLICK HERE

TO VIEW EXCERPTS FROM THE CLASS CLICK HERE