Distressed Properties

Hours: 4
Category: Elective
This course is
approved
in NC

This course will outline much of what has occurred in recent years in terms of dealing with distressed properties and tax changes that were made to provide assistance when necessary. The government was forced to get involved when things were at their worse, both in terms of selling HUD foreclosed homes and offering taxpayer relief to the hardest hit.

This course addresses the distressed sales market, but from several different perspectives. While our economy has rebounded significantly, distressed properties will always be available for one reason or another. Staying informed and knowledgeable on recent law and tax changes will be important when assisting clients who may find themselves in a distressed situation, or in assisting investors who may be in a position to take advantage of opportunities provided by distress sales.

NC Approval #: 3339

Price: $39.50
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Instructional Format: All courses from Empire Learning are completed online and can be accessed in your account 24 hours a day, from anywhere with an internet connection.

Course content consists of text, brief videos, and review questions to check your understanding throughout the course. To receive credit, you must pass the final exam presented at the end of the course. Please Note: The final exam cannot be submitted until the required amount of time has been spent in the course materials.

Approval Information

Empire Learning is approved by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (Sponsor Code #1532) to provide the above-listed courses for continuing education credit for North Carolina real estate licensees. Each course is individually approved and the specific course approval number will be listed on your completion certificate. Sponsor approval can be verified on the NCREC website here.

Courses provided by Empire Learning will satisfy the 4-hour Elective continuing education requirement for North Carolina licensees. The remaining 4 hours is required to be taken in a classroom setting. All completed credits are reported to the NCREC on a daily basis, Monday through Friday.

Please note that the NCREC requires courses to be completed within 30 days of enrollment.

All North Carolina courses are also approved for elective credit in South Carolina