Continuing Education 

Axium is proud to offer a number of approved CE courses to our Real Estate Partners and Community. These courses are offered complimentary and include continuing education credits.

Upcoming Courses

9/29/22

Radon and the Real Estate Transaction

10/5/22

Avoiding the Aggravations of Home Inspections

10/12/22

Mold: What you Need to Know About Mold and How to Read Air Sampling Reports

Available Courses

Avoid the Aggravations of Home Inspections

The home inspection is one of the most crucial parts of the home buying process. Offers are finalized or revoked as a result of a home inspector’s report. A home inspection can be a source of anxiety for buyers, sellers, and real estate agents. However, real estate agents can ease some of their clients’ anxieties by helping them to be better educated and prepared for the home inspection process. Many aggravations can be avoided if the real estate agent prepares the buyer and seller before the inspection takes place. 

Real Estate CE – 2.00 Credits (Colorado)

Lead Safety: For Real Estate Agents

Any structure built before 1978 is at risk for containing lead paint. The prevalence of lead paint may impact a buyer’s decision on whether or not to purchase a property. Sellers may have more realistic expectations regarding the sale of their property if they are aware of the implications of lead-based paint that may be present on their property. Real estate agents can help to communicate the implications of lead-based paint to their clients if they are better educated on the subject. 

Real Estate CE – 1.00 Credits (Colorado)

Managing the Home Inspection

The home inspection is one of the most crucial parts of the home buying process. Offers are finalized or revoked as a result of a home inspector’s report. A home inspection can be a source of anxiety for buyers, sellers, and real estate agents. However, real estate agents can ease some of their clients’ anxieties by helping them to be better educated and prepared for the home inspection process. A good home inspection should be thorough so that all parties have confidence when completing the home buying process. 

Real Estate CE – 3.00 Credits (Colorado)

Mold: What you Need to Know About Mold and How to Read Air Sampling Reports

The presence of mold can derail the home buying process. Participants of this course will learn common causes of mold and how they can be addressed in order to diminish the impact of mold when buying and selling a property. 

Real Estate CE – 2.00 Credits (Colorado)

New Home Construction for Real Estate Agents

Assisting a buyer on a new home can be a challenge for a real estate agent and varies greatly from a typical resale inspection. The home buyer has high expectations of the finished product and those need to be managed.  Navigating the relationship with the home builder takes an experienced approach with a different purchase agreement, timing milestones and general considerations. A knowledgeable real estate agent can help make this transaction easier by understanding the process and helping the buyer through the process with the home and the builder.  A knowledgeable real estate agent can also help their client set reasonable expectations that can ease anxiety and help make the purchase of a new home the positive experience it should be.

Real Estate CE – 1.00 Credits (Colorado)

Radon and the Real Estate Transaction

Any home, regardless of when it was built, its location, or the materials used to build the home, can expose its residents to radon. Many states require that a home’s radon history be disclosed to potential buyers. As a result, radon testing may play an important role in the real estate transaction process. Real estate agents that are better informed on the potential hazards associated with radon as well as mitigation techniques will be able to better guide their clients through the real estate transaction process. 

Real Estate CE – 1.00 Credits (Colorado)

Residential Structural Inspections

The overall structure of a home is essentially the backbone that holds everything in place. For many, the structural integrity of a home is often viewed as the most crucial part of the home-buying process. By being able to observe and report on these critical matters during the structural portion of a home inspection, real estate agents are in a unique position to offer expertise and peace of mind to all parties involved in the home-buying process.

Real Estate CE – 2.00 Credits (Colorado)

The Basics of Heating Systems: For Real Estate Agents

One of the house’s most integral operating systems is the heating system. As a result, potential buyers may have questions or concerns about the condition of a home’s heating system. Real estate agents will be able to serve as advocates for their clients during the home buying process as a result of participating in this course. 

Real Estate CE – 1.00 Credits (Colorado)

Schedule Your Own

Axium Inspections offers courses on a number of topics related to your profession. Each course is approved for continuing education credits. If you are interested in scheduling a course with Axium Inspections, please click the “Schedule” button. 

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