Ch 10: Marketing Regulations in Real Estate

About This Chapter

Feel confident that you have a good grasp of marketing regulations in real estate with help from this chapter. Lessons provide quality insights into redlining, environmental disclosures in real estate, legal guidelines for email marketing and more.

Marketing Regulations in Real Estate - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter as a comprehensive resource for understanding marketing regulations in real estate. Review fun lessons from home or on-the-go to boost your knowledge of the guidelines and restrictions associated with marketing in real estate. Lessons also cover unethical practices that could negatively impact buyers, sellers and renters. After completing this chapter, you will be prepared to:

  • Describe advertising restrictions and how they apply to real estate
  • Identify common environmental disclosures in real estate
  • Define and describe the property condition disclosure statement
  • Discuss Do Not Call regulations and privacy rights in real estate
  • Share details about the legal boundaries of email marketing
  • Explain how the Fair Housing Act of 1968 impacted real estate
  • Differentiate between redlining, blockbusting and steering

This chapter offers a variety of resources you can use to ensure you know the marketing regulations of real estate. In addition to reviewing the lessons, you can assess your knowledge by taking short multiple-choice quizzes. If you have questions about content covered in the lessons, send them to our experts. Get a broader review of lesson concepts by taking the comprehensive chapter exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 10: Marketing Regulations in Real Estate
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
How Advertising Restrictions Apply to Real Estate

1. How Advertising Restrictions Apply to Real Estate

When an advertisement showcases a home for sale, words that may help secure a sale may be restricted under the law. Learn what can and cannot be included in real estate ads.

Environmental Disclosures in Real Estate

2. Environmental Disclosures in Real Estate

Although state laws vary, there are common environmental disclosures that sellers and agents must provide to buyers. In this lesson, we will look at some of these common disclosures along with how and when the buyer receives the information.

Property Condition Disclosure Statement: Definition & Examples

3. Property Condition Disclosure Statement: Definition & Examples

Sellers must disclose any known issues with the property before a real estate sale is completed. Let's look at sellers' and their agent's responsibilities and liabilities with disclosing common defects or issues.

Privacy Rights & Do Not Call Regulations in Real Estate Sales

4. Privacy Rights & Do Not Call Regulations in Real Estate Sales

Hefty penalties can be levied if a real estate buyer or seller's consumer rights are violated. This lesson will review and explain a consumer's rights in real estate transactions. Readers will learn about what should and should not be disclosed in a real estate transaction.

Legal Guidelines for Email Marketing

5. Legal Guidelines for Email Marketing

Many businesses use email marketing campaigns because they are low cost and easily updated. However, email marketing campaigns must be conducted within certain legal boundaries. This lesson explains the main provisions of the CAN-SPAM Act.

The Impact of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 on Real Estate

6. The Impact of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 on Real Estate

Federal fair housing laws prohibit certain types of discrimination in the sale or rental of housing. In this lesson, you'll learn about the Fair Housing Act of 1968 and its amendments and exemptions.

Redlining, Blockbusting & Steering: Definition & Differences

7. Redlining, Blockbusting & Steering: Definition & Differences

Real estate buyers, sellers, renters and professionals must be cognizant of certain unethical and illegal practices involving real estate transactions. In this lesson, you'll learn about redlining, blockbusting, and steering. A short quiz follows.

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