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OREF - Four Course Package

Learn about important addenda and changes made to the OREF Real Estate Sale Agreement.

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Price: NO CHARGE
Purpose: Includes three OREF addendum courses and the 2018 update to the OREF Residential Sale Agreement
Features: online video, printable certificate
Hours: 5 Hours
Category: Real Estate > Continuing Education > Oregon > Real Estate Contracts
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Courses Included:

Includes three OREF addendum courses and the 2018 update to the OREF Residential Sale Agreement

This course package includes the newest Oregon Real Estate Forms (OREF) courses for Oregon real estate continuing education credit.

  • Residential Sale Agreement and Matrix and Forms Changes Highlights - This 2-hour course covers the changes made to the OREF forms for 2018. Part 1 of this course covers updates to the OREF Residential Sale Agreement, while Part 2 covers changes made to various addenda that can attach to the sale agreement.

  • Financing Contingency Clause - Buyer financing is important point for sellers. This 1-hour course goes over the lengthy financing contingency in the OREF Residential Sale Agreement, the issues that might appear regarding financing, and what happens when the contingency is not cleared.

  • Townhome, Planned Community, and Homeowners Association Addendum - Those who are making an offer for properties located in a planned community or HOA can utilize a special addendum that requests more information about existing deed restrictions tied to the property. This 1-hour course explains the addendum.

  • Understanding Transaction Contingencies - This 1-hour course explains the various contingencies that appear in the OREF Residential Sale Agreement.

Please see the descriptions below to learn more and to download a syllabus for these courses. 



This Package Includes:

OREF 2018 Residential Sale Agreement (#001) and Matrix (#001 MX) and Forms Changes Highlights

Course ID: 1038-1120

Hours Provided: 2

Category: Real Estate Contracts

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Each year the OREF Forms Committee will review and improve the forms used by those in our industry such as the OREF Residential Purchase Agreement, Agreement to Occupy After Closing, Investment Property Addendum, and other various contracts and their addenda.

This 2-hour video course explains the various changes made to the forms by the OREF Forms Committee. The course is presented by Steve Russell of Windermere Realty Trust LLC. This is course if offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • identify and explain changes made to the various OREF real estate sale agreements, counter offers, and addenda.

Course Completion

This 2-hour course is made of a series of video segments. Each video must be watched from beginning to end to unlock the next video. There is no final exam at the end of the course. An Oregon real estate continuing education certificate of completion will be downloadable after all of the videos have been watched and the required time is spent in the course. All Oregon continuing education courses must be time-monitored.

Instructors

Although this course is largely self-guided, you may contact your instructor if you have questions or concerns about the course content.

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after purchase.

OREF Financing Contingency Clause

Course ID: 1038-1115

Hours Provided: 1

Category: Real Estate Contracts

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The financing contingency in the OREF Residential Real Estate Purchase Agreement lays out the information that the buyer is submitting to the seller regarding the buyer's ability to purchase the seller's property. This contingency covers what is to happen finance-wise when an all-cash offer is presented to the seller, or what is to occur with regards to the balance of the purchase price being offered. This section of the purchase offer form also covers what happens when there is a failure of the financing contingency.

This 1-hour video course explains the issues surrounding the financing contingency in the OREF sale agreement. The course is presented by Jeffry Wiren of Premier Property Group, LLC, and Evan Swanson of Mortgage Trust, with section introductions by Jeff Sorg of OnlineEd. This is course if offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose of the financing contingency,
  • Discuss with your client what happens if the buyer isn't able to meet the financing contingency, and
  • Recognize the obligations the buyer is committing to by using the financing contingency.

Course Completion

This 1-hour course is made of a series of video segments. Each video must be watched from beginning to end to unlock the next video. There is no final exam at the end of the course. An Oregon real estate continuing education certificate of completion will be downloadable after all of the videos have been watched and the required time is spent in the course. All Oregon continuing education courses must be time-monitored.

Instructors

Although this course is largely self-guided, you may contact your instructor if you have questions or concerns about the course content.

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after purchase.

OREF Townhome, Planned Community, and Homeowners Association Addendum

Course ID: 1038-1114

Hours Provided: 1

Category: Real Estate Contracts

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The Townhome / Planned Community / Homeowners Association Addendum, OREF Form 024, is used when a property is located within a community subject to a homeowners association. HOAs can have limitations on property use that buyers must be aware of before proceeding with the sale transaction. This addendum to the OREF Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement requests that the seller give to the buyer the proper documents that cover the HOA rules. These documents can include CC&Rs, HOA articles and bylaws, meeting minutes, rules and regulations, HOA reserve funds, and so on.

This 1-hour video course explains the homeowners association addendum as well as issues that might arise when utilizing the addendum in your purchase offer paperwork. The course is presented by Jeffry Wiren of Premier Property Group, LLC, and Steve Russell of Windermere Stellar (and current chairperson of the OREF Forms Committee), with section introductions by Jeff Sorg of OnlineEd. This is course if offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify transactions requiring use of the this addendum,
  • Explain and understand the issues raised in the form, and
  • Recognize the issues surrounding contingency removal if the Addendum is used.

Course Completion

This 1-hour course is made of a series of video segments. Each video must be watched from beginning to end to unlock the next video. There is no final exam at the end of the course. An Oregon real estate continuing education certificate of completion will be downloadable after all of the videos have been watched and the required time is spent in the course. All Oregon continuing education courses must be time-monitored.

Instructors

Although this course is largely self-guided, you may contact your instructor if you have questions or concerns about the course content.

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after purchase.

OREF Understanding Transaction Contingencies

Course ID: 1038-1116

Hours Provided: 1

Category: Real Estate Contracts

View Course Syllabus

There are a variety of contingencies described in the OREF Residential Real Estate Purchase Agreement. The removal of these contingencies, whether by action or by silence, is an important factor towards moving the transaction to the closing table. Each contingency found in the sale agreement has specific requirements that must be met before the contingency will be removed.

This 1-hour video course explains how to remove common contingencies found in the OREF sale agreement. The course is presented by Jeffry Wiren of Premier Property Group, LLC, and Phil Querin of Querin Law, LLC, with section introductions by Jeff Sorg of OnlineEd. This is course if offered free of charge to all Oregon brokers as a public service made possible by arrangement between Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC and OnlineEd®, Inc.

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to recognize how to remove the following contingencies :

  • Sellers Property Disclosure
  • Professional inspections
  • Financing
  • Title insurance
  • Lead-based Paint
  • Private Well and Onsite Sewage

Course Completion

This 1-hour course is made of a series of video segments. Each video must be watched from beginning to end to unlock the next video. There is no final exam at the end of the course. An Oregon real estate continuing education certificate of completion will be downloadable after all of the videos have been watched and the required time is spent in the course. All Oregon continuing education courses must be time-monitored.

Instructors

Although this course is largely self-guided, you may contact your instructor if you have questions or concerns about the course content.

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after purchase.

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