Antitrust Compliance for Brokers – Hybrid (Denver)
In an ever-evolving industry, it’s crucial for real estate professionals to stay ahead of the curve and navigate the dynamic landscape with confidence.
Antitrust regulations are a driving force shaping the industry, and it’s time to buckle-up for change!
In the wake of recent large anti-trust class action lawsuits against the National Association of Realtors® and major brokerage firm franchisors,
the real estate industry is undergoing a transformative shift. As a result, it is becoming increasingly likely that buyers will shoulder their own broker’s
compensation or a portion thereof. Brace yourself for these potential changes and equip yourself with the knowledge to help buyers navigate these
challenges while staying compliant with anti-trust laws.
After taking this class, brokers will be able to:
1. Reduce the risk of generally violating anti-trust law;
2. Reduce the risk of the claims asserted in the current big class-action law suits versus the brokerage industry;
3. Help clients navigate the potential changes to the law and the brokerage business;
4. Adjust their own business practices in response to the potential changes wrought by these law suits.
By attending this class, brokers will gain a competitive edge in the market, reduce legal risks, and enhance their ability to serve clients amidst the changing real estate landscape.
Empower yourself with the necessary skills to navigate the challenges ahead and position your business for success.
Stay ahead of the curve, help buyers cope with potential changes, and reduce violations of anti-trust law. Secure your spot today and be an advocate for buyers in this evolving market!
Instructor: Attorney Jon Goodman
3 CE Credits
There are two options for attending this class:
In Person **seating is limited**
Virtual via ZOOM
** Attending Virtually ~
You MUST have your camera on for the entire class to receive CE Credit **