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Real Estate License

A real estate agent is a licensed professional who arranges real estate transactions, putting buyers and sellers together and acting as their representative in negotiations. Real estate agents usually are compensated completely by a commission—a percentage of the property’s purchase price—so their income depends on their ability to close a deal. In almost every state a real estate agent must work for or be affiliated with a real estate broker (an individual or a brokerage firm), who is more experienced and licensed to a higher degree.

Continuing Education

Real Estate

Any financial professional worth the title has to keep up with the latest changes in industry rules and regulations and the latest enhancements in products and planning techniques used in the field. However, they have another incentive: Continuing education coursework is required for licensed or credentialed financial professionals.

Home Inspector

A home inspection observes and reports on the condition of a real estate property, usually when it is on the market to be sold.

A qualified home inspector assesses the property's condition, including its heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical work, water, and sewage, as well as some fire and safety issues. In addition, the home inspector will look for evidence of insect, water, fire damage, or any other issue that may affect the property's value.

Mortgage Loan License

A loan officer is a representative of a bank, credit union, or other financial institution who assists borrowers in the application process. Loan officers are often called mortgage loan officers since that is the most complex and costly type of loan most consumers encounter. However, most loan officers assist consumers and small business owners with a wide variety of secured and unsecured loans.

Loan officers must have a comprehensive knowledge of lending products, banking industry rules and regulations, and the required documentation for obtaining a loan.

Continuing Education

Mortgage Loan

Any financial professional worth the title has to keep up with the latest changes in industry rules and regulations and the latest enhancements in products and planning techniques used in the field. However, they have another incentive: Continuing education coursework is required for licensed or credentialed financial professionals.

Home Appraiser

An appraisal is an unbiased professional opinion of a home's value. Appraisals are almost always used in home transactions and are common in refinance transactions.

If it is a purchase-and-sale transaction, the appraisal is used to determine whether the home's contract price is appropriate given the home's condition, location, and features. In a refinance transaction, the appraisal assures the lender that it isn't loaning the borrower more money than the home is worth.

Lenders want to make sure that homeowners are not overborrowing because the home serves as collateral for the mortgage. If the borrower should default on the mortgage and go into foreclosure, the lender will sell the home to recoup the money it lent. The appraisal helps the bank protect itself against lending more than it might be able to recover in this worst-case scenario.