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Real Estate Continuing Education


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2020 Contract Changes
(3 CE credit hours)

Colorado Real Estate Commission Approval # 10658

The COX Law Library is a special collection of Real Estate Continuing Education classes written and presented by Colorado's foremost attorneys.  Each class specifically addresses the issues facing Colorado real estate professionals in today's market.

This is the ULTIMATE REVIEW of the 2020 changes to the Colorado approved Contracts and Forms taught in streaming video by attorney Damian Cox, a member of the Colorado Division of Real Estate State Forms Committee that created these changes and legal counsel to thousands of Colorado Brokers.  You will not find a more authoritative voice to explain these changes to you.  You will not only learn what the changes are, but the reasoning behind the changes and receive practical guidance on how to manage these changes on your transactions. This video course provides a three-part in-depth review of all the changes that the Real Estate Commission approved for use starting on January 1st, 2020. The 2020 Redline Contract Changes Review is an essential class for all real estate professionals. Colorado Real Estate Commision is strongly recommending all Brokers take a contracts class. These changes are NOT covered in this years 2020 Commission Update Class.

Complete text of all redlined and revised contract/forms will be provided with the course.

Please note that this class is for informational purposes, it is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship.

No text is required for this course.

Instructor - Damian Cox

Mr. Cox serves on multiple form and education committees for the Colorado Real Estate Commission, including the committee that created these changes.   Damian is a leading authority on the Colorado approved contracts.  In his legal practice he represents more than twenty real estate brokerages consisting of over 2,400 real estate brokers.