(Online Professional) Essential Checklists for Property Transactions (P102S1001)

Course Brief
This course seeks to address ‘avoidable mistakes’ in real estate deals that lead to frustrations and futility.  It will suggest the incorporation of the Duty Checklists early in the ‘qualification stage’ of the salesperson’s task (even before product viewing).  The checklsts are not exhaustive, but it can be a good start.

Learning Outcomes
Understand better:
a) basic ‘duty of care’ is owned to any 3rd party (or non-client) at common law (ie. in the absence of written contractual terms), so that the best interests of principal clients can be fulfilled
b) an acceptable standard of care is required as long as it is ‘reasonably practicable’ – it is not a choice
c) ownership information from the public domain, eg. SLA, URA, HDB, BCA etc
d) correct sale, resale and sub-sale procedures, be it HDB flats or private properties
e) rules of CPF withdrawals for the purchase of real estate
f) correct sale process involving vulnerable clients

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