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Open & Shut: The Closing Process in 3 Acts

Type: 3-Part Webinar
Price: $50 Members & Staff, $65 Non-Members
Date(s): Tuesday, November 27, December 4 & 11 (12:00 pm to 1:00 pm) - Register Now

Closing, sometimes called settlement, is that point in time when an interest in real property is transferred or created based upon the express agreement of the parties. The most common property rights closed are ownership, mortgage and leasehold interests. Though the transfer and creation of such interests occur in the proverbial blink of an eye, the process of closing begins with the opening of a file. It continues until the statutory perfection of the bargained for interest occurs and the settlement agent shuts their file. This three-hour webinar covers this process.


The seminar is approved for 3.0 general credits, 3.0 real estate and business litigation certification credits, and 0.5 ethics credit from The Florida Bar, 3 hours of continuing education by NALA.

Open & Shut: The Closing Process in 3 Acts (Course ID #106286, 106287, & 106288) – This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for up to 3 hours of insurance continuing education credit. ATFS, L.L.C. Provider #367289.

Please note: DFS credit is only available for the live webinar, not for recorded versions of this presentation.

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