CE: Multiple Offers: Keeping It Legal, Ethical and Sane – WEBINAR ONLY
This course will count towards the NAR Code of Ethics requirement PLUS 3 hours of PSC credit for state licensing!
Multiple Offers: Keeping It Legal, Ethical and Sane
This course will discuss the legal and ethical issues of multiple offers, as well as the agent’s fiduciary duties to clients. The REALTOR® Code of Ethics, as well as state law, will be discussed, compared and contrasted.
Melanie McLane is a second-generation REALTOR®, who is an appraiser, broker and
educator. Recently awarded REALTOR® Emeritus status, she has been in real estate
all of her adult life. A graduate of Kenyon College, Gambier Ohio, she holds the
following designations and certifications: ABR, CRB, CRS, EPRO, GREEN, GRI, RAA,
RSPS, PSA, SRES, SRS; she is also certified as a distance instructor (CDEI) and is an
Appraiser Qualifications Board approved USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional
Appraisal Practice) Instructor. She has written numerous courses, both for her own use,
and as works for hire for other educational companies including Hondros College and
the National Association of Realtors (NAR), and several state realtor associations. She
also served as a SME/author for the Pricing Strategy Advisor Course for NARA, as well
as other NAR courses, including RSPS. She has served as President for her local
association, West Branch Valley Association of REALTORS®; two terms as District
Vice-President for the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS®; and on various NAR
committees, task forces, and forums. In 2008, she was inducted into the REBAC Hall of
Fame as an instructor, and in 2012, she was named RSPS of the Year for her
contributions to the RSPS course. Her local association has honored her with the “Spirit
Award”, the “Outstanding Achievement Award” and twice with “REALTOR® of the
Year.” In 2018, the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS® named her REALTOR®
of the Year. She continues to list, sell and appraise, as well as teach. In her free time,
she enjoys gardening and spending time with her grandchildren.