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OREF Addenda and Residential Sale Agreement Package

Learn about the OREF Residential Sale Agreement and some of its popular accompanying addenda.

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At A Glance:

Price: NO CHARGE
Purpose: A four-course non-CE package containing OREF courses
Features: online video, printable certificate
Category: Real Estate > Professional Development > Oregon
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Courses Included:

A four-course non-CE package containing OREF courses

This course package includes the three latest Oregon Real Estate Forms (OREF) courses as well as the 2016 purchase agreement course.

  • The Seller's Property Disclosure Statement - This statement gives the buyers information they need about the property to help them make an informed decision whether to continue with the real estate purchase. It is an important piece of a real estate transaction. NOT for real estate CE.

  • Agreement to Occupy Before Closing and After Closing Addenda - Two addenda that can be attached to the real estate purchase and sale agreement are the Agreement to Occupy Before Closing and the Agreement to Occupy After Closing. These forms can be used by the parties to the transaction to reside in the property when, technically, the property doesn't belong to them. NOT for real estate CE.

  • Onsite Sewage System And Private Well Addenda - The Onsite Sewage System addendum and the Private Well addendum are two OREF forms that are common usage with real estate purchase and sale agreements in rural areas of the state. These forms outline the existence of a property's onsite sewage system or private water well, and will disclose to a potential buyer of known issues with either system. NOT for real estate CE.

  • An In-Depth Review of the OREF 2016 Residential Sale Agreement - This course will outline the changes made to the 2016 OREF Residential Real Estate Sale Agreement. This form will be actively used starting in January of 2016. NOT for real estate CE.

Please see the descriptions below to learn more about these courses.



This Package Includes:

OREF Seller's Property Disclosure Statement

This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.

The Seller's Property Disclosure Statement gives the buyers information they need about the property to help them make an informed decision whether to continue with the real estate purchase. It is an important piece of a real estate transaction. Licensees are expected to be familiar with the form and be able to explain it to their clients. This video course will outline the ORS-defined form to explain:

  • What is the Seller's Property Disclosure Statement and what it isn't.
  • As the seller's agent, delivering the disclosure to buyers.
  • What you'll be doing with the disclosure as the buyer's agent.
  • Who are some of the exemptions that don't need to complete the form.
  • Practice tips when dealing with the disclosure form.

Course Content

This one-hour course is made of a series of video segments. There is no final exam at the end of the course. This course does NOT issue an Oregon real estate continuing education completion certificate.

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

OREF Agreement to Occupy Before Closing and After Closing Addenda

This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.

Two addenda that can be attached to the real estate purchase and sale agreement are the Agreement to Occupy Before Closing and the Agreement to Occupy After Closing. These forms can be used by the parties to the transaction to reside in the property when, technically, the property doesn't belong to them.

  • The Agreement to Occupy Before Closing is used when the buyer requests to move into the property before the closing date. The seller must grant permission.
  • The Agreement to Occupy After Closing is used when the seller wants to remain in the property after the closing date. The buyer must grant permission.

This course will go over the two forms paragraph-by-paragraph in a video presentation.

Course Contents

This one-hour course is made of a series of video segments. There is no final exam at the end of the course. This course does NOT issue a real estate continuing education completion certificate.

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

OREF Onsite Sewage System And Private Well Addenda

This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.

The Onsite Sewage System addendum and the Private Well addendum are two OREF forms that are common usage with real estate purchase and sale agreements in rural areas of the state. These forms outline the existence of a property's onsite sewage system or private water well, and will disclose to a potential buyer of known issues with either system. This course will explain the two forms paragraph-by-paragraph in several video presentations.

Course Content

This one-hour course is a mix of reading materials and video presentations. There is no final exam at the end of the course. This course does NOT issue a real estate continuing education completion certificate.

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

An In-Depth Review of the OREF 2016 Residential Sale Agreement

This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.

Course Description

The Residential Real Estate Sale Agreement is a form drafted by Oregon Real Estate Forms, LLC, that outlines a real estate transaction between a property seller and a buyer. The form can be supplemented with a variety of addenda to account for the uniqueness of each real estate transaction.

This course will outline the changes made to the 2016 OREF Residential Real Estate Sale Agreement. This form will be actively used starting in January of 2016. 

For brokers who are looking to subscribe to the Oregon Forms Library Subscription, visit http://www.orefonline.com

Course Content

This course is three hours of video segments outlining the details of the OREF Oregon Residential Real Estate Sales Agreement. This course does NOT issue a real estate continuing education completion certificate.

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

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