Lead Safety: What real estate agents need to know
Monday, April 22, 2019, 01:00pm - 02:00pm
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Course Summary

Any structure built before 1972 is at risk for containing lead paint. The prevalence of lead paint may impact a buyer’s decision on whether or not to purchase a property. Sellers may have more realistic expectations regarding the sale of their property if they are aware of the implications of lead based paint that may be present on their property. Real estate agents can help to communicate the implications of lead based paint to their clients if they are better educated on the subject. 

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define lead abatement and explain why lead based paint is prevalent in buildings prior to 1972.
  • Identify and explain the health implications of lead based paint poisoning.
  • Describe risks of performing renovations on areas afflicted with lead based paint.
  • Explain government regulations that address lead based paint.
  • Describe tests available to determine if lead based paint is prevalent in a building.
  • Communicate implications of lead based paint to clients. 

Real Estate Continuing Education Credits

Real Estate Continuing Education (Montana)  
1.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours 
Price: FREE (No Fee)

This course has been approved for 1 real estate continuing education hour by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry. Course Approval #RRE-CEC-REC-63657.

Contact Us

Touchstone Home Inspection Services, Inc. 
1563 Silver Sage Ln 
Phone: 406-802-4342 


Registration for this class is only through the 'REGISTER NOW' link on this page.

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