A deed is a title to a property. As a real estate agent or a property manager, you need to be aware of the different types of deeds and how they work. Drafting and implementation of deeds can be highly challenging. Fraught with multiple legal concerns, deeds are a very tricky area that all real estate brokers, licensees and property managers need to know how to navigate.
Aspiring home sellers and home buyers may not have specialized knowledge about deeds and titles. This is where you step in. This 2-hour exhaustive course on Deeds by e-RealEstate-Training will introduce you to various concepts that will help you work with property deeds.
Knowledge of deeds will help real estate agents and licensees overcome challenges in the acquisition of properties. Some of the topics you will cover as part of the course curriculum are:
- Meaning of deeds
- Nature and characteristics of deeds
- Types of deeds
- Difference between deed, title, and agreement
- Elements of a deed
- Introduction to real estate acquisition
- Law of contract and enforceable terms
- Basics of existing property mortgage
- Leasing options
- Understanding various clauses, such as ‘Due on Sale’ and more
- Transfer of title and other exit options
- Federal and State laws related to deeds, titles, and agreements
- Ancestry claims and deeds
- Drafting, amendment, and execution of deeds
This course takes a look at the real estate trade in Texas. The curriculum is designed keeping in mind the requirements of novice learners and industry veterans alike. A good mixture of theoretical learning and practical examples will be found in the course.
Each topic is justified with real-life examples and case studies, to help learners match theoretical concepts with practical learning. As part of the course curriculum, students will be subjected to various quizzes, tests, and case studies. Students must complete these requirements in order to successfully complete the course.
- Course Delivery Online Interactive
- Credit Hours 2 hours
- Credit Type General
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Maximum students 1000
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:- List the general requirements of a legally enforceable contract. – Describe the difference between the concepts of “title” and “deed.”- Explain the basic use and purpose of deeds.- Identify the elements of a deed for voluntary land conveyance.- Recognize the different types of deeds and identify what type of deed should be used, depending on the quality of estate and condition of title to be transferred.- Distinguish his or her role as a real estate professional from the role of a licensed attorney.- Describe state-specific laws pertaining to title conveyance.