Disclosure Requirements in Real Estate Transactions

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14 Sep

Disclosure Requirements in Real Estate Transactions - 7.5

Disclosure Requirements in Real Estate Transactions - 7.5

Thursday, September 14, 2017 (8:30 AM to 5:00 PM)
7.5 CE Hours
Tri-City Association of Realtors, Kennewick, Washington Class

Disclosure Requirements in Real Estate Transactions is a compilation of the disclosures required by law in various types of real estate transactions. We have come a long way since the days of caveat emptor (“let the buyer beware”). The disclosures required in real estate transactions today come from different sources and were enacted at different times. Until now, there was no single source to consult for required disclosures. This course synthesizes the disclosure requirements in a practical and meaningful format, including a helpful matrix of the disclosures required for different types of properties.

Tri-City Association of Realtors
Tri-City Association of Realtors
7151 Clearwater Ave
Kennewick, WA 99336

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Doug Tingvall, JD, GRI
DougTingvall DOUG TINGVALL has been representing real estate professionals for 30 years and is one of the best-known and most respected real estate attorneys in Washington. Doug was the principal drafter of the Law of Real Estate Agency in Washington, as well as several other laws affecting real estate. He also handled the successful appeal in Sing v. John L. Scott, Inc., 134 Wn.2d 24 (1997). Doug’s practice emphasizes real estate brokerage law, transactions, litigation, disciplinary actions, expert testimony and education. A graduate of the University of Washington School of Business (Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa) and the University of Washington School of Law (Member, WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW), Doug has served as President of the Washington Real Estate Education Foundation, and on numerous industry committees and task forces. Doug is an instructor for GRI and teaches courses on purchase and sale agreements, agency law, risk reduction, new construction, core curriculum and legal update. He received the “Affiliate of the Year” award from the Seattle-King County Board of REALTORS* in 1984 and from the Washington Association of REALTORS* in 1985, the Eddy Award from the Washington Real Estate Education Foundation in 1988, and the Hugh Hawkins “Instructor of the Year” award from the Washington Association of Realtors® in 2003. Doug was also named a “Super Lawyer” by Washington Law & Politics in 2001. Lawyer by day and performer by night, Doug also has been active in community musical theatre. He is a native Washingtonian, Doug lives in Newcastle with his wife, Augusta.