Course 3

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: Introducing Residential Condominiums
  • Module 2: Preparing to Sell Residential Condominiums
  • Module 3: Completing Agreements of Purchase and Sale for Residential Condominiums

We will focus on types and characteristics of condominium corporations, legislation and regulations for new condominiums, key considerations for a resale condominium, the agreement of purchase and sale for a resale condominium, and the agreement of purchase and sale for a parcel of tied land (POTL) common elements condominium.

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: Transactions Involving New Construction
  • Module 5: Transactions Involving Rural Properties

We will focus on construction liens and holdbacks, new construction and due diligence, key considerations for rural properties, and clauses for the agreement of purchase and sale for rural properties.

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 6: Transactions Involving Residential Multi-Unit Dwellings
  • Module 7: Preparing to Lease Residential Real Properties
  • Module 9: Completing Agreements to Lease for Residential Tenancies

We will focus on key considerations, aspects, and clauses for an agreement of purchase and sale for multi-family dwellings, key regulations for leasing properties, and legal and documentation requirements.