(HQ) Commercial Contracts – Everything You Need to Know – 2 CE
January 18 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Instructor: Avi S. Tryson, Esq.
Early payment membership dues credits can be applied to this class if dues were paid by June 14th, 2023.
This course is approved for 2 HRS of Continuing Education. Florida rules require that we monitor attendance and we can not issue credit for less than the number of approved hours. In order to receive credit for your course, please arrive on time and stay for the entire class. Sign-in and Sign-out is required for this class to receive full credit.
This course offers 2 Commercial Certification Points for Section 5 – Contracts: LOIs, Leases, Sales & Addendums
The commercial contract is the linchpin of the commercial transaction. Understanding the possible provisions of the contract and addendums is important for anyone interested in commercial real estate. Whether working with investors or owner-users, you will gain a better understanding of the contract that will strengthen your position with buyers and sellers.
This class will cover key topics and issues pertinent to the contract:
What important issues the form Commercial Contract doesn’t cover
Why it’s important to understand how open and/or expired permits will affect the buyer post-closing
Why it’s important for the seller to collect and prepare due diligence materials prior to entering into a contract
How creating a critical date list will help you avoid deadline issues and keep everyone on schedule
How a 1031 Exchange can affect your deal
The significance of a Letter of Intent and how to best protect your commission
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