This 60-hour online course is the premier source for Maryland prelicensing students to learn current and detailed information that is essential for passing their licensing exams. The state portion of the course includes a general discussion of real estate practices and takes a look at the changing fields of agency, financial policy, and real property laws. The national portion covers everything prelicensing students need to know in order to pass their exam and begin working in the field. Built to the latest instructional design standards, this course includes interactive exercises, reading comprehension quizzes, and practice exams.
November 19, 2015: Online, Prelicensing
With the number of homes going into foreclosure and short sales today reaching unprecedented highs, it is increasingly important for licensees to stay current on these topics so as to remain competitive and successful in the market. This continuing education title discusses four hot topics in today’s market: foreclosures, short sales, REOs, and auctions. Focusing on the legal ramifications of these topics, this title also reviews ways that agents can successfully market these properties. Each unit contains vocabulary words and learning objectives, as well as end-of-chapter quizzes to emphasize key concepts.
November 19, 2015: Online, Continuing Education
This 28-hour online course, based on key content from Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law, is intended for real estate sales associates and brokers who currently hold involuntary inactive Florida real estate licenses. This course meets the education requirements needed to reactivate their license, including the required two exams. Practice activities provide an interactive method of concept reinforcement and self-testing.
November 17, 2015: Online, Prelicensing
Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law sets the standard for real estate education in Florida. Updated annually, this new edition provides students with the latest developments in Florida real estate law and practice. Students can reinforce key concepts with interactive practice activities, end-of-unit quizzes, and a 100-question practice exam.
November 12, 2015: Online, Prelicensing
This text meets the first 45-hour requirement and is filled with the latest California-specific information, in addition to special features and real-life examples. There are also supplemental online resources, including in-class activities and assignments, to support the text. Instructor Resources are available to fully prepare instructors for the classroom.
November 11, 2015: Ebook, Prelicensing