1st Equity Education Series

1st Equity Education Series

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IN A TIME WHEN SO MANY THINGS ARE UNCERTAIN, WE KNOW FOR SURE THE TREMENDOUS POWER OF EDUCATION IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS.


1st Equity National Title and Closing Services is proud to present continuing education approved by New York State Department of State as well as the highly-respected and sought-after NAR (National Association of Realtors) designations through a partnership with Leap EDU. As a result of this collaboration, 1st Equity Powered by Leap EDU, licensed real estate professionals nationwide can remotely gain access to the highest level of education possible. Classes are taught by our highly-regarded instructors. Jai Varisco, Aldo Iemma and Alison Gladowsky. Jai Varisco and Aldo Iemma are practicing, experienced, Realtor and NAR- and NYS DOS-approved instructors. Alison Gladowsky is a practicing attorney who devotes her practice to real estate, estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, and related areas, advising individuals and families with privately owned businesses. Ms. Gladowsky is an NYS DOS Approved Real Estate Instructor.

Proud sponsors of this education series include Fair Quote Insurance Agency, PinkTie.org, TiedIn Media, Chocolate Works Plainview, RCG Mortgage, Gladowsky Group.

Fair Housing

1st Equity National Title and Closing Services is proud to present the New York State Department of State-approved Fair Housing course, taught by Jai Varisco. This course is offered free of charge to all real estate professionals. Please register right away as class size is limited.

Ethical behavior is an important characteristic of real estate agents. This course will provide agents valuable guidelines for ethical business practices and so much more. It will provide you with insight on how to maintain integrity for your business by creating and following common ethical standards.

This course satisfies the Fair Housing requirements.

We appreciate our co-sponsors and their commitment to maintaining an ethical environment in Real Estate through education.

Course Learning Objectives:

  • This topic covers real fair housing laws and how to offer equal professional service to all. Learn about what is important to today’s real estate professional. Case studies help students apply the fair housing laws to real-world situations that they may encounter in their own businesses.

Law Of Agency

1st Equity National Title and Closing Services is proud to present the New York State Department of State-approved Law Of Agency course, taught by Jai Varisco. This course is offered free of charge to all real estate professionals. Please register right away as class size is limited.

Ethical behavior is an important characteristic of real estate agents. This course will provide agents valuable guidelines for ethical business practices and so much more. It will provide you with insight on how to maintain integrity for your business by creating and following common ethical standards.

This course satisfies the Law Of Agency requirements.

We appreciate our co-sponsors and their commitment to maintaining an ethical environment in Real Estate through education.

Course Learning Objectives:

  • Define agency and define and identify the terms often used in the discussion of agency: agent, principal, fiduciary, client, and customer;
  • Define agency and define and identify the terms often used in the discussion of agency: agent, principal, fiduciary, client, and customer;
  • Describe and identify universal agent, general agent, special agent, and agency coupled with an interest, and describe the scope of authority granted under each;
  • Describe how agency relationships are created and define express and implied agency;
  • Describe basic agency relationships and the issues surrounding those relationships and describe and identify characteristics of agency relationships when the seller is the principal, the buyer is the principal or broker is the principal;
  • Identify and describe the six fiduciary duties an agent has to the principal, and state what happens if an agent breaches these duties;
  • Describe and explain an agent’s duties to third-party customers, especially regarding misstatements, misrepresentation, and potential fraud;
  • Explain who may compensate the broker and how compensation is negotiated;
  • Discuss the ways in which agency relationships can be terminated; and
  • Summarize the four distinct acts that violate antitrust laws and penalties for violations.

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About 1st Equity, National Title and Closing Services

1st Equity National Title and Closing Services was established in 2004. Located in Melville, NY, 1st Equity is a national title agency licensed to do business in over 33 states. The team is composed of local and national experts offering a full suite of title insurance and related products nationwide. The organization has grown year after year due to a loyal client base as well as strategic acquisitions within the market.

1st Equity endeavors are best in class, compliant, and highly respected.

Grow your business with 1st Equity. Trusted, Strategic, Philanthropic.

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