Previously given only to persons taking the Broker-in-Charge Course, the Real Estate Commission is now making its Broker-in-Charge Guide available to all real estate licensees and interested persons.
The recently revised and redesigned Guide is required reading for anyone who wishes to become the broker-in-charge of a real estate office. What administrative duties are imposed on the broker-in-charge? What supervisory functions must be performed? What are a broker-in-charge’s responsibilities regarding trust accounts? These and many other questions are answered in this informative publication.
Also now available is the latest edition to the Commission’s popular series of “questions and answers” brochures–Questions and Answers on: Real Estate Closings.
Designed to answer many of the questions frequently asked by purchasers about residential real estate closings, the pocket-sized publication covers such topics as loan commitment letters, property inspections, title insurance, deeds, homeowner associations, and closing statements.
For information on purchasing the Broker-in-Charge Guide and Real Estate Closings brochure, see page of this Bulletin or the Commission website (www.ncrec.state.nc.us).
This article came from the November 2004-Vol35-2 edition of the bulletin.