Oftentimes, the broker of a real estate company is not the owner. Nevertheless, the broker must show financial responsibility in order to be licensed as the company’s broker. In some cases, a prospective broker is unable to meet the NRED’s broker licensing financial requirements. However, since the NRED “license individuals and not companies, ” the broker can complete the financial statements, but the owner of the company can provide the statements backing up the financial support for the broker, according to the licensing dept. of the NRED.
- Avoiding Fixtures & Personal Property Disputes
- Is a Broker Required to Have a “hard copy” of NRS 645 & NAC 645 in their Office?
- Can an agent send out holiday cards to past clients offering money to them if they refer a prospect to the agent?
- Is a Licensee Who is Solely a Referring Agent Required to Complete a Duties Owed Form
- Is a broker required to display their license & that of all other licensees associated with them so that members of the public may view them?
- Avoiding Contract Disputes
- Broker Management
- Business Broker
- Continuing Education
- Contract Clauses
- Current Issues Under Investigation by NRED
- Duties Owed
- Lead Generation
- Loan Applications
- Mortgage Finance
- Nevada Real Estate Law
- NRED "My Account"
- NRS 116 – CIC ("HOA")
- Opening a Brokerage
- Post Licensing
- Property Management
- Real Estate Office Management
- Residential Purchase Agreement
- Risk Management
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The Residential Purchase Agreement CE.5602000-RE 3 Hrs. Contracts or “Elective” $10 ~ 10am-1pm – Pardee Homes -Strada in Inspirada
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