Contracts and Closings (302) - 30 Hours

15 Jun

Contracts and Closing (CACD2)

Contracts and Closing (CACD2)

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 (9:00 AM to 4:00 PM)
0.00 CE Hours
Live Online - Zoom Full Day, Postlicensing

6/15/21-6/29/21 | Tuesdays & Thursdays | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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The Post 302 - Contracts and Closing course is one of thethree 30-instructional hour courses in the North Carolina mandatoryPostlicensing education program. 

Topics covered include:
Basic selected contract law concepts
Real estate sales contract preparation
Sales contract procedures
Closing preparations and procedures
Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule (TRID)
The settlement statement
Other Topics (alternate conveyance contracts; license status and education issues)

Due to COVID-19 in-person instruction is temporarily suspended. Read more

Course materials and Zoom link will be emailed to enrolled students prior to class.

Special Note:
Beginning with classes starting after April 11th, class attendance and participation requirements and an end-of-course examination grade of 75% are required for successful completion of the course. Note: As per the North Carolina Real Estate Commission the temporary rules in place that granted waivers from end-of-course exams and extensions for prelicensing and postlicensing expire on April 11, 2021.

Broker Postlicensing students must attend a minimum of 90 percent (27 hours) of all scheduled classroom hours. For each 30-hour Broker Postlicensing course, students cannot miss more than three hours of scheduled classroom hours (Commission Rule 58H. 0210 (b)). This requirement applies for course repeats as well.

*The required textbook is the N.C. Real Estate Commission Manual (Dark blue cover/released March 2021) and it is not included in the class tuition.

Technology Requirements

This postlicensing course is being offered as an online synchronous course, meaning the class is held in real time.

The class will be presented using Zoom technology. Download the Zoom app to your desktop or laptop, Click here for Zoom online support.
You can also chat live with the Zoom support team within your Zoom account, or call 1-888-799-9666 ext. 2.

Canopy students who are eligible for re-take pricing should call 704-372-2984 to register.

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Jon Hines (1562)

Jon Hines started in real estate as an investor in the early 1990's. After working for a Fortune 500 company for several years, Jon left the corporate world in 2003 to pursue his real estate passion full time. He worked three years as a mentor for a real estate consulting firm and coached students on how to be successful in real estate investing.

Presently, Jon is a full-time Realtor®/Broker in North Carolina and South Carolina and has managed two real estate offices for a national franchise company. He is approved as an instructor by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC) to teach Broker Prelicensing, Broker Postlicensing, the General Update and the Broker-in-Charge Update. He has also authored an elective course, "Understanding Today's Investors," which is a behind the scenes look at how investors operate and look to profit from deals. Jon also teaches the NAR course "Real Estate Investing: Building Wealth Representing Investors and Becoming One Yourself".

Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE)
NAR’s Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource Certification (SFR)
NAR’s Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR®)
NAR’s e-Pro Certification (Internet Sales and Marketing Specialist)
Education:  B.A. Business Administration, University of Mount Union (OH)

N.C. Real Estate Manual (Digital Version)

You can purchase the digital version of the North Carolina Real Estate Manual from the NCREC.

*The required textbook is the N.C. Real Estate Commission Manual (Dark blue cover/released March 2021) and it is not included in the class tuition.

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Additional required materials for class:
 N.C. Real Estate Commission License Law and Commission Rules (Digital version)

A student may withdraw from a course by giving written notice to the Canopy Real Estate Institute prior to the start of the course. In such event, the student will have the following options:
a) transfer to another course with full tuition credit (only twice within six months), or
b) receive a refund less a $50 administrative services fee.

A student may withdraw or transfer to another course with written notice. However, he or she must withdraw or transfer according to the following:
  •  Broker Day (9 a.m.-4 p.m.) – before the second day of class 
Students who withdraw will receive a tuition refund less $75 (a $50 administrative service fee and $25 materials charge). After the classes indicated above, students will not be entitled to a refund of any portion of paid tuition.
There are no refunds for “no shows” or withdrawals without written notice.