Michigan Continuing Education COURSE
Online: Supervision, Ethics, and Antitrust in Michigan
You assist consumers with what’s for most of them the single largest investment of their lives, and you do this while working mostly independently. That’s why broker supervision is required, especially for the first few years of licensure. Not only do you need to rely on your broker for advice and guidance, you also need to act ethically on you own and avoid federal and state antitrust violations.
This two-hour course provides a review of topics related to the broker/salesperson working relationship, client and customer duties, ethics for real estate professionals, antitrust laws, Michigan’s Antitrust Reform Act, and antitrust violations and penalties.
- Elements of the broker/sales associate relationship
- Licensee employment status
- Compensation and commissions in Michigan
- Duties licensees owe to clients and customers
- National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics
- Federal antitrust laws
- Michigan’s Antitrust Reform Act
- Common real estate antitrust violations and their potential penalties
- Strategies for avoiding antitrust violations