Get Ready and Get Educated! New Residential Purchase (RPA) form is coming November 2014!
This course is Bureau of Real Estate (BRE) accredited for 4 hours of Continuing Education (CE) in Consumer Protection, when course is taken live lecture or LearnMyWay® webinar. BRE Sponsor No. 0001. The online correspondence course is not currently approved for continuing education.
Ensure you're up-to-date on all the 2014 changes for both you and your clients. With over 1,000 member comments reviewed, the RPA is being changed to meet the needs of California REALTORS®. Familiarize yourself with all the 2014 changes made to the form to better serve and protect yourself and your clients.
The RPA form is the cornerstone of every successful real estate transaction in the state of California and there are several essential concepts, principles, and facts about this form that all REALTORS® should know. Get detailed instruction about how to properly complete and use the RPA form step-by-step to better serve and protect yourself and YOUR CLIENTS!
To register for a live Your Guide to the RPA-CA course near you, visit
the Education Calendar.
To register for the online Your Guide to the RPA-CA course, visit store.car.org.
How you will benefit from taking the live lecture course:
Get familiar with the 2014 changes to the clauses.
Learn the new approach to addressing wood destroying pests
Understand changes regarding how to deal with personal property items
Learn how to write offers without deposit checks
Familiarize yourself with dozens of other changes to the RPA contract
Complete all mandatory and recommended disclosures
Learn how to create, modify, cancel, or close a transaction.
Ensure all commissions are paid in full and on time.
Extra: Live lecture course price will include the newly updated 2014 "Your Guide to the California Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA) and Related Forms" publication. (This publication will be provided to you at the course location on the day of the course.)
This course covers:
Detailed instructions on how to use the RPA form.
Instruction on how to use related forms such as: o Buyer's Inspection Advisory (BIA) o Requests for Repairs (RR) o Receipt for Reports (RFR) o Contingency Removal (CR) o Notice to Buyer to Perform (NBP) o Notice to Seller to Perform (NSP) o Supplemental Statutory and Contractual Disclosures (SSD) o Wood Destroying Pest Inspection and Allocation of Cost Addendum (WPA) o Contingency for Sale or Purchase of Other Property (COP) o Purchase Agreement Addendum (PAA) o Seller Financing Addendum and Disclosure (SFA) o Cooperating Broker Compensation Agreement and Escrow Instructions (CBC) o Residential Listing Agreement - Exclusive (RLA) o Seller's Advisory (SA)
Relevant provisions in the RPA form and related forms.
Principal preparation of an offer made using the RPA and related forms.
Principal response to an offer made using the RPA and related forms.
Answers to legal questions from a buyer or seller client concerning language in the RPA and related forms.
Guidance for a buyer or seller client concerning the application of RPA and related forms to their particular transaction.
Who should attend Every REALTOR® in the state of California who has any involvement in the purchase agreement process.
Gov Hutchinson, C.A.R. Assistant General Counsel Howard Fallman, C.A.R. Managing Senior Counsel Neil Kalin, C.A.R. Assistant General Counsel