January 6, 2006
2006 Real Property Law Institute has something for all
Are you familiar with the pressure on real estate commissions caused by discount and internet brokers? Do you know the remedies for a residential contract default or how to complete construction on a new home once liens have been filed? Are you confused about how the new bankruptcy act affects real estate? Do you have questions about how the Kelo decision will affect real estate development? If so, then the 2006 Real Property Law Institute can provide some answers!
Scheduled for Friday, Feb. 3 and Saturday, Feb. 4 at the Columbus Bar offices, the annual institute will bring together top practitioners to address a myriad of issues. The program will offer a total of 9.5 hours of CLE credit including 1.0 ethics. As an added bonus, Ohio Title Insurance Agent Continuing Education and Real Estate Licensee Continuing Education credit is pending. Lunch on Friday is even included in the price of the seminar, courtesy of Title First Agency, Inc.
Friday's session includes topics such as remedies for residential contract default, a residential mechanic's lien update, BOR filings, an office market outlook, practical internet research, eminent domain post-Kelo, condominium insurance, the financeable ground lease and the impact of the new bankruptcy act on real estate practitioners.
Saturday covers ethics, title insurance and current trends in home sales.
The seminar registration fee for both days is $225 prepaid/$250 day of for members or $265 prepaid/$290 day of for non-members. Friday only is $195 prepaid/$205 day of for members or $225 prepaid/$235 day of for non-members. Saturday only prices are $85 prepaid/$95 day of for members and $115 prepaid/$125 day of for non-members. This popular program usually sells out so reserve your space early!