Agenda (attend one or all, includes lunch):
9:00 am: Residential New Construction
11:15 am: The Wetlands Protection Act
1:15 pm: Lunch break (lunch provided)
1:30 pm: Condos, Co-ops & Timeshares
Check-in begins at 8:30 am. According to MA Licensing Regulations, you must be present for all two hours to earn credit.
Residential New Construction
(MA:RE46R05/NH: E918) What defines a subdivision? Who needs a license to build? Who obtains building permits? What about builders warranties? Find out the answers to these questions and more related to new construction. From excavation to building process, foundation to frame, this class is a must-attend for anyone who sells or is interested in selling new homes.
The Wetlands Protection Act
(MA: RE23RC12/NH: E044) Discover the history of wetlands protection, laws, regulations, and liabilities. You will understand terms like buffer zone, vernal pool, oligio, Messo Eutro, also procedures for building in and near wetlands including lake water quality, issues such as mill foil, succi readings, etc. Don’t sell properties near wetlands, lakes, rivers without attending this class.
Condos, Co-ops & Timeshares
(MA: RE12R07/NH: E1248)Students will learn the various types of Condo’s – garden style, townhouse, duplex, commercial, and industrial, residential. How a Condo is created what is common area, the Master deed, unit deed, declaration of trust, bylaws, rules and regulations, annual budgets, assessment issues, insurance issues, taxes, etc. They will also learn about Co-ops and time share ownership, Condo conversion, due diligence, fiduciary duties, pets, owner occupied rules, and more.