Maryland CLE - Real Estate Courses

This is a listing of Real Estate CLE Courses for Maryland. Please make your selection below of Maryland CLE courses. Click "Add To Cart" to purchase Individual CLE Courses. For more information about a particular CLE course, click on the "More Info" link. Click the "Preview" button to view a short preview of the course.

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  • Protecting Your Family Home Through Trusts

    As seniors age, they may face urgent needs for long-term nursing home care without having sufficient private funds or long-term care insurance to cover the costs. Often, their primary asset is their home, leading to the misconception that selling it and using the proceeds for care is the only solution. This CLE course will explore strategies to preserve this valuable asset for the Medicaid applicant and their loved ones. We will delve into the benefits of exempt transfers and the use o... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Do's and Don'ts for Zoning Hearings

    Public hearings are essential forums for community involvement, especially in the context of zoning and land use decisions. But what exactly distinguishes a public hearing from a public meeting? This CLE program delves into the critical role of public hearings, offering a comprehensive understanding of their necessity and function. Led by a seasoned land use attorney—who brings the unique perspective of a former planning commissioner and current elected official—this seminar provides in... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Defying Limits: Breaking the Boundaries of Adverse Possession

    Adverse possession is a legal concept that you might remember from law school but haven't thought much about since. It’s an ancient principle that's been around for thousands of years, and it's likely to endure as long as people own land. Essentially, if certain conditions are met, someone can acquire ownership of property without buying it or going to court. This CLE course dives into the intricacies of adverse possession, focusing on its role in litigation. You’ll learn about the key... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Top 10 Lease Mistakes & Pitfalls and How to Steer Clear of Them

    This CLE course will explain commercial real estate leasing and offer a comprehensive review of the most common mistakes made by those who draft and review leases of this type. The course is primarily geared towards landlords and helping them to avoid major pitfalls, but will also address a variety of tenant concerns, and explain how to conduct lease negotiations from both the tenant and landlord perspective. The course will present the most common commercial lease provisions a... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • The NYC Board of Standards and Appeals: How to File an Application

    Seeking a zoning variance requires one to file an application with the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals. First established in 1961, NYC Zoning regulations made certain tax lots regulated and need relief. The BSA was created to provide this type of relief in the case of overregulated properties. This CLE course will offer a detailed explanation of the application process for a variance, which is targeted to a single tax lot, not multiple lots, and which serves to alleviate a zoning i... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Mortgage Mayhem: What Attorneys Need to Know About Loan Applicant Protections

    Purchasing a home is perhaps the most confusing, time consuming, stressful and yet infrequent transaction your clients will face. As a result, most consumers don’t bother to delve too deeply into the nuances, and simply rely on their loan officer to protect their interests. This is a mistake. For a loan officer, home loans are a “zero-sum” game for the loan officer – the loan either closes or it doesn’t. They earn their commission, or they don’t. Loan officers therefore tend to stack as many a... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Things That a Real Estate Attorney Doesn't Want to Hear

    Real estate attorneys receive a constant barrage of questions on a daily basis. Many are critical and some seem almost so basic as to be foolish, but all are questions that attorneys must contend with and walk through with clients and potential clients. This CLE course will address the 50 most common inquiries, creatively and thoughtfully offering responses that real estate attorneys can use in their communications. More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • 1031 Exchanges: Ethical Considerations

    Navigating 1031 Exchanges can be intricate, and this in-depth CLE course is designed to unravel the complexities. This course will elucidate optimal strategies and a diverse range of ethical considerations associated with 1031 Exchanges. The agenda encompasses key aspects such as Qualifying Property, Scope of Representation, Conflicts of Interest, Identification, Qualified Intermediaries, and additional relevant topics. More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
  • Basic Zoning for Large Cities: How to Determine Allowable Use, Size, and Height

    This CLE course will offer an overview of the basic zoning regulations for large US cities. The regulations to be discussed assign zoning designations for taxation purposes and divide lots which determine: 1) Permitted uses 2) Maximum building size 3) Maximum building height 4) Required open space (i.e. front and back yards) Typical charts, tables and maps that contain these regulations will be presented and methods for the modification of a tax lot’... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Constitutional Challenges to the Foreclosure Abuse Prevention Act

    The New York State Legislature passed the Foreclosure Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA) to address perceived manipulations of the statute of limitations in foreclosure actions within the state. This CLE course examines the impact of FAPA on different sections of the CPLR, RPAPL, and GOL. Moreover, the constitutionality of FAPA has been contested on multiple fronts, such as substantive due process, the contracts clause, and separation of powers. This course delves into the ongoing legal devel... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
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