Leslie Clauson, CDEI


This course is a 2-hour mandatory class

Course Title: Contracts

Instructor: Leslie Clauson

Contact Information:

Phone: (228) 354-8585

email: information@msrealtycourses.com

Leslie would like to express their heartfelt thanks for choosing the Real Estate Training Institute (RETI). Established in 1989, RETI remains Mississippi’s only locally owned real estate school, providing pre-exam, post-exam, and continuing education classes to our community.

MREC Mandatory CE:

§ 73-35-18. License renewal; continuing education requirements; exemptions; email address

required; rules and regulations.

Each individual applicant for renewal of a license issued by the Mississippi Real Estate Commission shall, on or before the expiration date of his license, or at a time directed by the commission, submit proof of completion of not less than sixteen (16) clock hours of

approved course work to the commission, in addition to any other

requirements for renewal. The sixteen (16) clock hours’ course work requirement shall apply to each two- year license renewal, and hours in excess thereof shall not be cumulated or credited for the purposes of subsequent license renewals except as provided in this subsection (1).

Find more MREC Statutes here.

Course Description:

Welcome to the Contracts (2-hour) course. This is a mandatory license renewal class.

Fees: Continuing Education is priced at $10 an hour. This course is priced at

$20. No additional material needs to be purchased.

Course Overview:

Throughout this course, you will review essential agency relationships in real estate and explore “what’s new” and the regulatory implications affecting your relationships with clients and customers.

This course aims to refresh your knowledge of Mississippi Real Estate License Law and reflect on recent changes and contemporary issues affecting real estate agency nationally.

We think you’ll find this course interesting.

What We Will Explore:

  • General Knowledge of Contracts
  • Classifications of Contracts
  • Elements of Contracts
  • Contracts Used in Real Estate Transactions
  • The Writing Requuirement
  • Duty to Convey Marketable Title
  • The Broker’s Commission
  • of Justice vs. NAR
  • Moehrl NAR
  • Equitable Conversion
  • Are Agreements Contracts?
  • Broker Agreements with Licensees and Assistants
  • Real Estate Contracts in Mississippi
  • Agency Relationship Disclosure
  • Seller’s Agreements with the Listing Broker

How You’ll Learn:

  • Buyer’s Agreements with
  • the Selling Agent
  • Property Condition Disclosure Statement
  • Cooperating Broker Agreement

This is a self-paced online course, although access to classroom instruction is granted one day a month in Biloxi as an alternative. There is no additional charge for classroom or livestream.

Course Materials:

No fancy supplies are necessary! All you need is an open mind, a willingness to learn, and a desire to unleash your creativity. Throughout the course, you’ll have access to instructional videos, inspiring readings, and step-by-step instructions to finish the class.

Equipment Needed for Online Courses:

  1. Computer or Laptop: A reliable computer or laptop with internet access is essential for accessing online course materials and completing assignments.
  2. Internet Connection: A stable (as possible) internet connection is crucial for seamless online learning
  3. Note-taking Tools: Whether it’s a digital note-taking app, a word processor, or traditional pen and paper, having tools for taking notes is essential for retaining information and staying organized.
  4. Web Browser: Ensure you have access to a web browser compatible with the online learning platform or learning management system (LMS) used by your institution. Popular browsers include Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.
  5. Comfortable Workspace: Set up a comfortable and ergonomic workspace conducive to studying and This may include a desk and chair with proper support, adequate lighting, and minimaldistractions.
  1. Backup Power Source (Optional): Consider having a backup power source, such as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or power bank, to prevent disruptions in case of power outages or fluctuations.

Registration and Access:

  1. After registration, a staff member will add you to the course. An email will be sent to you with instructions on how to get started. The course will be protected by the unique assigned password and login
  2. Only one computer with one IP address can be signed in at a time for learner integrity.

Time and Progress Tracking:

  1. It is recommended that you establish a study schedule and adhere to it to maintain steady progress.
  2. Monitoring your progress will help you stay on track to meet your learning objectives.
  3. There is a time tracking device on this site; information included will be your date of first sign-in, the lessons you have completed, the minutes you are online, the quizzes you have taken (with scores) and how many days have passed once the course was started.


  • This course consists of two modules, each with lessons and You will be guided by the “Next buttons.”
  • Each lesson has a You cannot proceed until the expected time has passed.

Quiz Scores:

  1. Each small quiz must be passed with a minimum of 75% correct. You will receive an auto-generated email with a copy of your
  2. If 75% is not achieved, you cannot move forward with the class. You are allowed to retake the quiz immediately. There is a test bank mapped to the lesson Each objective has at least three questions randomly selected for each quiz attempt.

Technical Issues and Support:

  1. The school is open through Fri. from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
  2. Both instructors can resolve technical issues and maintain the site’s
  3. Updates may happen when you are An update has just occurred if the site appears to skip, wink, toggle, or flash for less than a second. The issue is not your computer.

phone: (228) 354-8585

email: information@msrealtycourses.com

Attendance Policy for Self-Paced Online Course:

Welcome to Agency, a self-paced online learning environment designed to facilitate your academic and professional growth. While the course structure allows for flexibility in scheduling your study sessions, consistent engagement is essential for your success. The following attendance policy outlines expectations and guidelines for participation:

Attendance Expectation: Although this is a self-paced course, regular attendance is strongly encouraged. Consistently engaging with the course material will enhance your understanding and retention of the content

Flexible Schedule: One of the advantages of a self-paced course is the flexibility it offers. You have the freedom to choose when and where to study, allowing you to balance your academic pursuits with other commitments.

Communication: Instructors and facilitators are available to provide guidance and support throughout your learning journey. If you encounter any challenges or have questions about the course material, do not hesitate to reach out via the designated communication channels (e.g., discussion forums, email).

Phone: (228) 354-8586

email: information@msrealtycourses.com

Completion Deadline: It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the course timeline and ensure that you meet all deadlines. This course allows students to access their course for 90 days after registration.

By enrolling in this self-paced online course, you acknowledge and agree to adhere to the attendance policy outlined above. Your commitment to active participation and consistent engagement will contribute to a rewarding learning experience and academic success.

Refund Policy:

Refunds may be given BEFORE a student accesses the course. Service charges and credit card fees are not refunded. Refunds aren’t approved after a student has accessed the course.

Real Estate Training Institute is committed to providing inclusive and accessible experiences for all individuals.

Everyone should be able to easily access our services and content, regardless of any disabilities or challenges they may face.

Our Commitment:

Accessibility Standards: We adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, a globally recognized standard for web accessibility. Our website is designed and developed with accessibility in mind, ensuring compatibility with assistive technologies and providing a seamless browsing experience for all users.

Continuous Improvement: We are dedicated to continuously improving the accessibility of our website. Our team regularly reviews and updates our content and design to incorporate best practices and feedback from our users.

Alternative Formats: If you require any of our content in an alternative format, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We will do our best.

Get in Touch: If you encounter any accessibility barriers on our website or have suggestions for improvement, we encourage you to contact us. Your feedback is valuable to us as we work to ensure that everyone can enjoy a positive experience on our website.

Communication Policy

Effective communication is essential for maintaining a productive and supportive learning environment within our school community. This communication policy outlines the principles and procedures governing communication between stakeholders, including students, instructors, and administration.


  1. Transparency: All communication channels will strive to be transparent, providing accurate and timely information.
  2. Respect: Communication will be conducted with
  3. Confidentiality: Confidential information will be handled with care and communicated only to authorized individuals.
  4. Responsiveness: Efforts will be made to respond promptly to inquiries and concerns.

Real Estate Training Institute

2650 Beach Blvd., #35,

Biloxi, MS 39531

Open: Mon. – Fri.

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Communication Channels:

  1. Official Website: The school’s official website (https:www.msrealtycourses.com) will serve as a central hub for announcements, news, policies, and important information. It is regularly updated.
  2. Email: Email will be used for communication between administration and students.
  3. Social Media: Official social media channels may be utilized to share announcements, events, and highlights of school activities.
  4. Phone Calls: Phone calls may be used for urgent matters or to facilitate direct communication.
  5. Google Classroom: Students may join a Google Classroom set up for continuing education students. There you can communicate with other students.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Administration: The administration is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the communication policy, ensuring compliance with regulations, and addressing any communication-related
  • Students: Students are encouraged to communicate openly with instructors and the administrator regarding academic matters, fostering a culture of trust and collaboration.
  • Conclusion: Effective communication is fundamental to the success of our school community. By adhering to the principles outlined in this policy and utilizing appropriate communication channels, we aim to foster a culture of transparency, respect, and collaboration, promoting the well-being and achievement of our community.

If you have any questions or require further clarification regarding the attendance policy, please do not hesitate to contact the school’s registrar.

(228) 354-8585

Mon. – Fri.

8:00 am to 4:00 pm


Contracts Overview

  1. Introduction to Contract Law in the United States
  2. Definition of contract law B. Importance of understanding contract law in various contexts
  3. Primary Sources of Contract Law
  4. Common law
  5. Explanation of common law and its role in shaping contract law
  6. Examples of common law principles in contractual relationships
  7. Federal statutes
  8. Overview of federal laws impacting contract law
  9. Focus on consumer protection laws: Truth in Lending Act and Consumer Credit Protection Act

III. Common Law vs. Federal Statutes

  1. Key differences between common law and statutory law
  2. Examples illustrating how common law and federal statutes coexist in contract law

General Knowledge of Contracts

  1. Introduction
  2. Importance of contracts
  3. Overview of essay structure
  4. Definition and Basics of Contracts
  5. Definition of a contract
  6. Essential elements
  7. Offer
  8. Acceptance
  9. Consideration
  10. Intention to create legal relations
  11. Capacity
  12. Legality of purpose

III. Formation of Contracts

  1. Express contracts
  2. Implied contracts
  3. Bilateral contracts
  4. Unilateral contracts
  5. Quasi-contracts
  6. Types of Contracts
  7. Sales Contracts
  8. Service Contracts
  9. Lease Contracts
  10. Employment Contracts
  11. Construction Contracts
  12. Intellectual Property Contracts
  13. Partnership Agreements
  14. Interpretation and Enforcement of Contracts
  15. Principles of interpretation
  16. Ambiguities in contracts
  17. Remedies for breach of contract
  18. Damages
  19. Specific performance
  20. Injunctions
  21. Rescission
  22. Termination and Discharge of Contracts
  23. Performance
  24. Agreement
  25. Impossibility of performance
  26. Frustration of purpose
  27. Breach
  28. Operation of law

VII. International and Online Contracts

  1. Complexities of international contracts
  2. Legal challenges of online contracts

Classifications of Contracts

  1. Introduction to Contract Law
  2. Definition of a contract
  3. Importance of contracts in everyday life
  4. Basic principles and objectives of contract law
  5. Elements of a Contract
  6. Offer and acceptance
  7. Consideration
  8. Capacity
  9. Legal purpose
  10. Mutual assent

III. Classification of Contracts

  1. Void Contracts
  2. Voidable Contracts
  3. Unenforceable Contracts
  4. Express Contracts
  5. Implied Contracts
  6. Bilateral Contracts
  7. Unilateral Contracts
  8. Executed Contracts
  9. Executory Contracts
  10. Quasi-Contracts
  11. Detailed Explanation of Contract Types
  12. Void Contracts
  13. Examples and scenarios
  14. Legal implications
  15. Voidable Contracts
  16. Circumstances leading to voidability
  17. Rights and obligations of parties
  18. Unenforceable Contracts
  19. Reasons for unenforceability
  20. Public policy considerations
  21. Express Contracts
  22. Formation and characteristics
  23. Enforcement and interpretation
  24. Implied Contracts
  25. Types and creation
  26. Proof and enforcement
  27. Bilateral Contracts
  28. Mutual promises and obligations
  29. Performance requirements
  30. Unilateral Contracts
  31. Offer and acceptance dynamics
  32. Performance and acceptance
  33. Executed Contracts
  34. Completion and fulfillment
  35. Rights and liabilities after execution
  36. Executory Contracts
  37. Pending obligations and performance
  38. Rights and remedies during execution
  39. Quasi-Contracts
  40. Legal fiction and rationale
  41. Application and remedies

Elements of a Contract

  1.  Introduction to Contracts
  2. What is a contract?
  3. Importance of mutual assent.
  4. Mutual Assent and Offer Formation
  5. Definition of mutual assent.
  6. How offers are made.
  7. Examples of valid offers.

III. Essential Terms in Contracts

  1. Identifying essential terms.
  2. Examples of essential terms.
  3. Importance of clear terms.
  4. Acceptance and Contract Formation
  5. Definition of acceptance.
  6. Mirror image rule.
  7. Mailbox rule.
  8. Legal Doctrines and Rules
  9. Overview of legal doctrines.
  10. Mirror image rule.
  11. UCC modifications.
  12. Mailbox rule.

Real Estate Transfer Contracts

  1. Introduction
  2. Definition of real estate contracts
  3. Importance in property transactions
  4. Overview of lesson objectives
  5. Key Components of Real Estate Contracts
  6. Parties involved
  7. Property description
  8. Purchase price or rent
  9. Terms and conditions
  10. Closing date and process
  11. Examples and explanations for each component

III. Types of Real Estate Contracts

  1. Purchase agreement
  2. Lease agreement
  3. Option agreement
  4. Joint venture agreement
  5. Characteristics and purposes of each type
  6. Real-life examples to illustrate differences
  7. Significance of Real Estate Contracts
  8. Legal protection for parties
  9. Clarity and certainty in transactions
  10. Enforceability in courts
  11. Risk management through contingencies
  12. Facilitation of smooth transactions
  13. Case studies or scenarios to demonstrate importance

The Writing Requirement

  1. The Statute of Frauds
  2. must be in writing
  3. must be signed by the party against whom the contract is being enforced.
  4. contract is unenforceable.
  5. opposed to the U.C.C. Statute of Frauds
  6. must contain all material terms of the agreement for the contract to be enforceable.
  7. The material terms in any real estate transfer contract include the;
  8. identification of the transferor,
  9. the identification of the transferee,
  10. a description of the property and
  11. the terms and conditions of the transfer, including the price

III. Part performance

  1. contract enforceable even in the absence of a written contract.
  2. possession of the property by the transferee
  3. partial payment by the transferee or
  4. improvements to the land that are made by the transferee.
  5. example:
  6. verbal agreements
  7. unenforceable.
  8. written contract
  9. disputes and misunderstandings about the terms and conditions of the transfer.
  10. a safeguard for both parties involved
  11. material terms
  12. confidence in the enforceability
  13. transparency and accountability

Duty to Convey Marketable Title

  1. What is Marketable Title?
  2. Definition
  3. Importance
  4. Ways to Demonstrate Marketable Title
  5. Title Search
  6. Adverse Possession

III. Defects Making Title Unmarketable

  1. Defects in Chain of Title
  2. Private Encumbrances
  3. Implications of Defective Title
  4. Disclosure Requirements

The Broker’s Commission

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of Brokers and Real Estate Transactions
  3. Legal Considerations in Real Estate Transactions
  4. Seller’s Liability for Broker’s Commission
  5. Role of Attorneys in Different States
  6. States requiring attorney presence during closing
  7. States allowing non-attorneys to handle closing process
  8. Importance of real estate attorneys regardless of state requirements

III. Tips for Successful Transactions

  1. Reviewing Broker Agreements
  2. Understanding Exclusivity Agreements
  3. Communication with Clients
  4. Negotiating Commission Rates
  5. Staying Informed about Market Trends and Legal Changes
  6. Role of Brokers in Real Estate Transactions
  7. Traditional Functions
  8. Additional Services (Commercial real estate, leasing agreements, property management)
  9. Key Factors for Success
  10. Collaboration and Communication
  11. Negotiation Skills
  12. Access to Knowledgeable Professionals
  13. Variability in Broker Roles and State Laws
  14. Importance of Local Research and Consultation

VII. Empowerment Through Education

  1. Importance of Self-Education for Brokers
  2. Ensuring Compliance and Client Satisfaction

VIII. Conclusion

  1. Summary of Key Points
  2. Emphasis on Collaboration, Communication, and Compliance

The Department of Justice vs. NAR

  1. Introduction
  2. Explanation of commission fee structure in real estate
  3. Overview of legal challenges against the National Association of Realtors (NAR)
  4. Commission Fee Structure
  5. Sellers paying commissions for both buyer’s and seller’s agents
  6. Criticisms of the current model: cost inflation, lack of transparency

III. Legal Challenges Against NAR

  1. Lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in March 2019
  2. Lawsuits by individual home buyers alleging higher fees and limited negotiation
  3. Potential Consequences
  4. Impact of antitrust lawsuits on commission structures
  5. Influence of technology on real estate transactions

Moehrl vs. NAR (Class action lawsuit)

  1. Introduction to Contract Breaches
  2. Definition of a contract breach
  3. Importance of understanding breach types and remedies
  4. Types of Contract Breaches
  5. Partial Breach
  6. Significant Breach
  7. Prospective Breach
  8. Severe Breach
  9. Executed Breach

III. Legal Remedies for Contract Breaches

  1. Damages
  2. Specific Performance
  3. Restitution and Contract Termination
  4. Remedies for Breach in Real Estate Contracts
  5. Rescinding the contract without paying the purchase price
  6. Demanding specific performance
  7. Adjusting the purchase price in case of seller breach

Equitable Conversion

  1. Introduction
  2. Definition of Equitable Conversion
  3. Explanation of its Importance
  4. Equitable Conversion in Real Estate Transactions
  5. Split Ownership: Equitable vs. Legal
  6. Timing of Ownership Transfer: Contract Signing to Deed Delivery

III. Implications of Equitable Conversion

  1. Risk of Loss
  2. Transfer of Risk from Seller to Buyer
  3. Considerations and Fairness
  4. Rights of Parties
  5. Buyer’s Equitable Ownership
  6. Seller’s Legal Ownership
  7. Heirs’ Rights in Case of Death
  8. Remedies for Breach
  9. Specific Performance
  10. Monetary Damages
  11. Rescission
  12. Earnest Money
  13. Conclusion
  14. Summary of Key Points
  15. Importance of Understanding Equitable Conversion in Real Estate Transactions

Are Agreements Contracts?

  1. Introduction
  2. Definition of agreement
  3. Definition of contract
  4. Criteria for a Contract
  5. Offer and Acceptance
  6. Consideration
  7. Intention to Create Legal Relations
  8. Capacity
  9. Certainty and Clarity of Terms

III. Differences Between Agreement and Contract

  1. Formality
  2. Enforceability

Broker Agreements with Licensees and Assistants

  1. Introduction
  2. Historical background on employment classification in real estate
  3. Importance of determining employee vs. independent contractor status
  4. Factors in Determination
  5. Common law rules: control by broker
  6. Additional factors considered by IRS
  7. Introduction of statutory non-employee category

III. Written Instruments

  1. Operations manual: purpose and content
  2. Contracts between broker and salesperson
  3. Mutual Responsibilities
  4. Importance of clear understanding between parties B. Role of written agreements in defining expectations
  5. Uses and Benefits of Operations Manual
  6. Recruitment and training
  7. Dispute resolution and stability
  8. Reference point for both management and sales staff

Real Estate Contracts in Mississippi

  1. Overview of Real Estate Regulations
  2. key regulatory bodies
  3. state real estate commissions
  4. licensing boards.

Agency Relationship Disclosure

  1. Introduction to Agency Relationships
  2. Definition of agency
  3. Fiduciary responsibilities of agents
  4. Importance of disclosure in real estate transactions
  5. Types of Agency Relationships
  6. Single agency vs. disclosed dual agency
  7. Roles and obligations of brokers, agents, clients, and customers

III. Disclosure Requirements

  1. Written disclosure requirements for single agency relationships
  2. Informed consent for disclosed dual agency
  3. Handling disclosure when parties are unavailable
  4. Importance of confirming disclosure in writing
  5. First Substantive Meeting
  6. Understanding the significance of the first substantive meeting
  7. Requirements for buyer’s agents and seller’s agents
  8. Exemptions and exceptions to the first substantive meeting
  9. requirement
  10. Real Estate Teams and Groups
  11. Definition and purpose of real estate teams
  12. Requirements for forming and operating real estate teams in
  13. Mississippi
  14. Advertising guidelines for real estate teams
  15. Compliance and Documentation
  16. Understanding the importance of compliance with agency disclosure rules
  17. Handling situations where parties decline to acknowledge receipt of disclosure forms

Seller’s Agreements with the Listing Broker

  1. Introduction to Listing Agreements
  2. Definition of a listing agreement
  3. Importance of listing agreements in real estate transactions
  4. Types of Listing Agreements
  5. Exclusive Right-to-Sell Listing
  6. Exclusive Agency Listing
  7. Open Listing
  8. Net Listing
  9. Explanation of each type with examples

III. Requirements of Listing Agreements

  1. Definite expiration date
  2. Property identification
  3. Price and terms
  4. Broker’s commission
  5. Signatures of parties
  6. Providing a copy to the owner
  7. Legal Considerations
  8. Overview of Mississippi license law requirements
  9. Disclosures and good faith obligations
  10. Presentation of multiple offers to the owner
  11. Representation disclosure in contracts

Buyer’s Agreement with the Selling Agent

  1. Introduction to Buyer Agreements
  2. Definition of buyer agreements
  3. Importance of establishing the buyer-agent relationship
  4. Key Components of Buyer Agreements
  5. Explanation of common components:
  6. Services provided
  7. Exclusivity
  8. Compensation
  9. Geographic area
  10. Duration

III. Legal Requirements and Regulations

  1. Overview of state requirements regarding buyer agreements
  2. Explanation of when buyer agreements might be legally mandated
  3. Duties and Obligations of a Buyer’s Agent
  4. Explanation of fiduciary duties:
  5. Loyalty
  6. Obedience
  7. Disclosure
  8. Confidentiality
  9. Accountability
  10. Skill, care, and diligence

Property Condition Disclosure Statement

1: Introduction to Real Estate Disclosure Laws

2: Key Provisions of Senate Bill 2647

  1. Detailed analysis of Senate Bill 2647
  2. Changes to liability for real estate licensees
  3. Revision of disclosure requirements
  4. Implications for sellers, buyers, and licensees

3: Disclosure Requirements and Compliance

  1. Types of information required for disclosure
  2. Identification of reliable sources for property information
  3. Compliance requirements for real estate licensees
  4. Best practices for ensuring compliance with disclosure laws

4: Noncompliance and Legal Implications

  1. Consequences of noncompliance with disclosure laws
  2. Understanding material vs. non-material facts
  3. Legal implications for property owners and real estate licensees

5: Recent Amendments and Updates

  1. Overview of recent amendments to disclosure laws
  2. Changes in disclosure requirements and liabilities
  3. Effective date and implementation of amendments
  4. Impact on real estate transactions in Mississippi

6: Best Practices and Recommendations

  1. Strategies for effective disclosure management
  2. Role of real estate professionals in facilitating disclosure
  3. Tips for sellers and buyers in navigating disclosure requirements
  4. Ethical considerations and professional responsibilities

Cooperating Broker Agreement

  1. Introduction
  2. Brief overview of the importance of cooperative agreements in real estate transactions.
  3. Explanation of the focus of the lesson: understanding regulations governing cooperative agreements in Mississippi.
  4. Overview of Regulations
  5. Explanation of the key regulations outlined in the provided text.
  6. Discussion of the importance of compliance with state laws and regulations in real estate transactions.

III. Responsibilities of Mississippi Brokers

  1. Identification and explanation of the specific responsibilities of Mississippi brokers in cooperative agreements.
  2. Emphasis on requirements such as filing agreements with the commission, supervising property showings, and advertising guidelines.
  3. Responsibilities of Nonresident Brokers
  4. Identification and explanation of the specific responsibilities of nonresident brokers in cooperative agreements.
  5. Discussion of requirements such as abiding by Mississippi laws and regulations, confirming licensing status, and cooperating with the Mississippi broker.

Assessment Information: Contracts (2 hours)

Quiz Scores:

  • Each small quiz must be passed with a minimum of 75% correct. You will receive an auto-generated email with a copy of your
  • If 75% is not achieved, you cannot move forward with the class. You are allowed to retake the quiz immediately. There is a test bank mapped to the lesson Each objective has at least three questions randomly selected for each quiz attempt.

Questions are in multiple-choice format. There are 41 multiple choice questions.

Progress Tracking:

Your progress will be tracked through the course platform. It is recommended that you establish a study schedule and adhere to it to maintain steady progress. Regularly monitoring your progress will help you stay on track to meet your learning objectives.

Example of Quiz Monitoring

You have taken the following quizzes:

Underwriting: Learn (Ten Questions) – 80% Statistics (edit) (remove) Score 8 out of 10 question(s) . Points: 8/10 on September 16, 2023 9:24 am #

Government Rights and Controls in Land: Quiz (5 random questions) – 100% Statistics (edit) (remove)

Score 5 out of 5 question(s) . Points: 5/5 on September 15, 2023 1:19 pm #

Government Rights and Controls in Land: Quiz (5 random questions) – 80% Statistics (edit) (remove)

Score 4 out of 5 question(s) . Points: 4/5 on September 15, 2023 1:15 pm #

Government Rights and Controls in Land: Quiz (5 random questions) – 80% Statistics (edit) (remove)

Score 4 out of 5 question(s) . Points: 4/5 on September 15, 2023 1:09 pm #

Government Rights and Controls in Land: Quiz (5 random questions) – 80% Statistics 

Score 4 out of 5 question(s) . Points: 4/5 on September 15, 2023 1:03 pm #

Private Controls: Learn (Five Random Questions) – 80% Statistics (edit) (remove)

Score 4 out of 5 question(s) . Points: 4/5 on September 15, 2023 12:52 pm #

Land Characteristics and Legal Descriptions: Learn ( Ten Random Questions) – 100% Statistics (edit) (remove)

Score 10 out of 10 question(s) . Points: 10/10 on September 15, 2023 12:42 pm #

Verification of Learner Identity

Purpose & Scope

 Compliance of learner identity verification for assessment of significant exams within a face-to-face, livestream, blended, and online setting in the Real Estate Training Institute’s Learning Management System (LMS) requires Learner Identity Verification.


The Real Estate Training Institute Verification of Learner Identity (VSI) policy applies to all credit-bearing face-to-face, livestream, blended, and online education programs and courses. Learners receive a password as a secure single-source login to access RETI systems. Learners must use the standard set of rules to create secure passwords.

Learners must keep their login credentials and ID card secure and not share this information with anyone.

The Real Estate Training Institute requires all users to “Protect user identification, password information, and system from unauthorized use” prohibiting unauthorized use of another user’s account including account sharing.

Learners must abide by Real Estate Training Institute Policies related to Academics, Academic Integrity, and Technology Utilization as possible

sanctions may occur for all policies violations. Therefore, learners must provide accurate and verifiable information related to their identity throughout their time at the Real Estate Training Institute.

Faculty teaching Livestream and online courses are required to verify learner identity for significant exams.

Livestream, Blended and Online Education – Includes one or more of the following synchronous or asynchronous education technology delivery systems:

  1. Internet/IP based video conferencing and/or web-based video conferencing
  2. One-way and two-way transmissions through the ZOOM platform
  3. Telephone, audio, or video conferencing
  4. Online learning within the RETI LMS
  5. External commercial course instruction and evaluation systems used in conjunction with any of the other technologies herein listed


For questions, please contact Real Estate Training Institute

EMAIL: information@msrealtycourses.com and/or by PHONE: 228-354-8585.

Honesty and Integrity Policy

The definition of Cheating; is unauthorized collaboration, copying during exams, using unauthorized aids, falsification of data, and any other form of academic dishonesty.

Consequences: Penalties for cheating include failing grades for assignments or exams, failing the course, academic probation, suspension, or expulsion from the institution.

Appeals Process: Students may appeal a “cheating” decision in writing.

Preventive Measures: Don’t share your login information with anyone. Each account can only be signed on by one computer at a time.

Support Services: We support students who may be struggling academically and feel pressured to cheat. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the school.

Updates and Revisions: This policy will be periodically reviewed and updated to address any emerging issues or changes in academic practices, ensuring it remains relevant and effective.

Non-discrimination Policy

The Real Estate Training Institute will not engage in discrimination or harassment against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, marital status, disability, financial status, or sexual orientation, including gender identity.

The Real Estate Training Institute is committed to academic freedom, equality of opportunity and human dignity.

Contact Information:

Phone: (228) 354-8585

email: information@msrealtycourses.com

Skip to content