This text provides one of the most thorough analyses of contemporary real estate available on the market. Students will apply mathematical principles including probability, risk analysis, value relationships, and market efficiency to make informed decisions when leveraging investments. Coupled with the companion text Real Estate Finance, this textbook provides students an unparalleled breadth of real estate knowledge to ensure they stay ahead of the variables of the market. Instructor Resources reduce class preparation time and include unit outlines and quiz questions.
March 29, 2019: Ebook, Collegiate
This 6-hour online course covers the mandatory portion of Tennessee’s continuing education requirement. This course allows students to complete their core CE requirement on their schedule, from the comfort of the home or office. Interactive exercises and reading comprehension quizzes test retention of the course material and highlight areas of strength and weakness.
CONTENTS: Course Orientation • TREC Law, Rule, and Policy Update • Agency • Advertising • Contracts • Property Management • Disclosures • Principal Broker Supervision • Unit Exams
March 27, 2019: Online, Continuing Education
Ensure licensees are dotting their i’s and crossing their t’s, because the proper completion of employment agreements is essential for real estate professionals in Arizona. This continuing education course examines every step in the contract process—from prelisting considerations to the clauses of a listing agreement to the creation of buyer agency.
Employment agreements are constantly changing, so keep licensees up-to-date with a thorough discussion of exclusive right to sell listings, REO properties, bilateral contracts, the Upfront Mortgage Insurance Premium, and much more. Real-life scenario exercises and a case study on preparing a seller’s net sheet provide an interactive exploration of the latest employment agreements.
Contents: Course Orientation • Prelisting Considerations • Duties and Clauses of a Listing Agreement • Listing Structures • Buyer Agency Creation • Buyer Agency—Counseling Buyers • Final Exam
March 19, 2019: Online, Continuing Education
This 22.5-hour online continuing education course presents topics of major concern to real estate professionals—fair housing and agency—and also explores personal safety, recent major changes to tax law, a changing customer base, advertising laws, and common legal issues for real estate licensees. Students will receive all the hours of continuing education required to renew their license, while staying on top of current issues and trends in real estate. This course includes video-based and text-based instruction, with over 75% of the content delivered through video.
Contents: Fair Housing in New York ● Personal Safety in Real Estate ● New York Agency ● Federal Laws and Consumer Deception ● Understanding Complaints in the Real Estate Marketplace ● Team Names, Fictitious Names, and Brands ● The Dangers of Using Endorsements ● What Do the Models Look Like? ● Who Are the Millennials? ● What Do They Want, and What Do Real Estate Professionals Need? ● Why Are They Changing the Model? ● Where Are the Big Changes Happening? ● How Can Real Estate Professionals Adapt? ● Tax Rate Reform Under Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ● Deductions and Exemptions ● Tax Credits Under TCJA ● Broker and Agent Responsibilities and Common Legal Issues ● Liars, Cheaters, and Thieves in the Real Estate Transaction ● Liars, Cheaters, and Thieves in Dealing With the Regulatory Licensing Authority
March 18, 2019: Online, Continuing Education
March 13, 2019: Ebook, Prelicensing