Course 2

Facilitated Review Sessions (FRS) will supplement learning and provide additional direction on more complex areas of the program. The FRS will be optional to learners looking for additional support and will be available at a modest price. The FRS will be offered virtually or in-person at locations across Ontario, based on demand. The FRS will provide learners with enhanced learning opportunities to support their success. Each FRS runs for three hours covering a number of topics.

Session 1

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following modules:

  • Module 1: Explaining Services Available to a Seller or a Buyer
  • Module 2: Documenting Relationships

We will focus on agency, inducements, and the holdover provision.

Session 2

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following modules:

  • Module 4: Factors Impacting Residential Real Estate Negotiations
  • Module 5: The Financial Aspects of the Buying and Selling Process and the Role of Third-Party Professionals

We will focus on material facts, closing adjustments, mortgage essentials, and GDS/TDS ratio calculations.

Session 3

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following modules:

  • Module 9: Preparing to Market a Residential Real Property
  • Module 10: How Property Conditions Impact Disclosure Requirements
  • Module 11: Property Value and Listing Considerations

We will focus on defects, stigmas, measurements, and the direct comparison approach.

Session 4

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following modules:

  • Module 12: Listing and Marketing Properties
  • Module 13: Showing Residential Properties and Advising on Properties of Interest

We will focus on listing information and verification, advertising, open houses, and mere postings.

Session 5

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following modules:

  • Module 14: The Offer Process and Regulatory Obligations
  • Module 15: Introducing a Residential Agreement of Purchase and Sale
  • Module 16: Completing a Residential Agreement of Purchase and Sale Including Terms for a Buyer or Seller

We will focus on the title search clause, balance due clause, acknowledgment, representation and warranty clauses, and the offer.

Session 6

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following module:

  • Module 17: Writing Conditions to be Included in an Agreement of Purchase and Sale

We will focus on precedent and subsequent conditions, true condition precedent, seller take back mortgages, and the postponement privilege.

Session 7

In this Facilitated Review Session, we will be addressing some of the more complex and often confusing concepts drawn from the following modules:

  • Module 18: Completing a Residential Agreement of Purchase and Sale, Countering an Offer, and Working with Competing Offers
  • Module 19: Additional Sale-Related Documents and Other Legal Obligations
  • Module 20: Completing Real Estate Transactions

We will focus on competing offers, counter offers, land transfer tax, and sale-related documents.