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Colorado Real Estate Broker Classes

Here is our current schedule of available classes. These can be filtered with the dropdowns below.

September 15, 2021
9:00 AM - 1:00 AM

2021 Annual Commission Update

Instructor: Randy Hay

Every year the Division of Real Estate releases the required Annual Commission Update (ACU) course with topics the Division believes are important for brokers to know.  This is the required class every broker must take each year.


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Location
Fidelity National
1120 W 122 Ave
Westminster CO, 80234

Credits: 4
Cost: $40.00

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October 21, 2021
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

2022 Redline Contracts and Forms

Instructor: Randy Hay

Every year the Division of Real Estate releases new forms or changes to the existing Commission approved forms.  This class is an in-depth look at the changes and new forms effective January 1, 2022 that you will not find in the Annual Commission Update including:

  1. major revisions and additions to the Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate.
  2. Update to the Earnest Money Release you need to understand.
  3. New Extension or Termination of  Contract form
  4. New Seller Associatoin Authorization.

This class was created by Damian Cox, the vice chair of the Commissions Forms Committee, and all instructors have been personally trained by Damian.  Don't just learn what changed, learn why the changes were made, what risks are associated with the changes and how to explain the new forms and provisions to your clients.


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Location
Fidelity National
1120 W 122 Ave
Westminster CO, 80234

Credits: 3
Cost: $30.00

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February 23, 2022
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Water Rights Issues in Real Estate

Instructor: Scott A. Clark, Esq.

Many residents and businesses in Colorado pay public utilities, such as Denver Water, to receive their water supply. In rural and even not so rural parts of Colorado, however, many residents and businesses receive their water via a well or other type of water right that they own. Water rights in Colorado are regarded as real property, similar to real estate, and ownership is very flexible. A water right can be bought, sold, moved and switched from one use to another, such as from farming to domestic.  Understanding the water rights that run with a property can be crucial to real estate transactions that include water rights.  

This course provides real estate brokers with a basic understanding of the legal concept of water rights in Colorado, and addresses issues that can arise with their conveyance.  Understanding water rights issues in real estate will help real estate brokers facilitate smoother transactions where water rights are involved.


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Credits: 3
Cost: $30.00

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