Sharpen your knowledge of your legal rights and responsibilities as a rental housing owner or manager by participating in one of the REDBOOK seminars being offered around the state. Seminars emphasize changes in management practices required by new laws and updates to key regulatory issues that affect property management. Full of videos and other tools, the 2020 REDBOOK seminar delivers the quality legal instruction you expect from TAA in a totally new way, with case studies and exercises to help you learn how to apply the law to your job.Register today to learn from the experts and get answers to your questions. At the 2020 Apartment & Rental Housing Legal Seminars, you will
The program is scheduled from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will include time for breaks and lunch just as if you were at an in-person seminar. Certificates will be emailed to attendees who arrive before 10:00 a.m. and remain online for the entire seminar. Cancellations are subject to a $35 cancellation fee. Substitutions are allowed.
- Learn the key changes to TAA’s Lease, Rental Application and other critical forms
- Understand major operational issues, and
- Learn how legal and regulatory changes will impact you.
This course has been approved by the Texas Real Estate Commission for 5 hours of Mandatory Continuing Education elective credits for licensed real estate agents or brokers. Licensed realtors and brokers must provide their license number at the seminar to earn MCE credits. TREC Course name & number: 38665. TREC Provider name & number: Texas Apartment Association, 0087. This seminar also qualifies for 5 hours of continuing education credits for CAM, CAPS, CAMT, CAS and NALP designates.
If you are a realtor and wants to claim MCEs from the Texas Real Estate Commission for this class, TREC’s rules require that you be visible on a webcam for the duration of the course.