45 Hour Course
Approved By: California Bureau of Real Estate
The 45 hours of continuing education content provided in this course will give salespersons in the State of California all of the training required for the first renewal of their licenses.
This course covers numerous real estate topics beginning with risk and the management of risk.
From there, the course will discuss recordkeeping, the handling of trust funds, and mortgage loan brokerage.
Then, the content will examine real estate financing including sources of financing, loans, and other financing methods.
After that, the content will look at land use regulations.
Next, the course will talk about the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) forms.
At this point, the course will explore agency as it relates to property management before looking at how to establish and maintain a real estate business.
Then, the course content will address investment in real estate along with how the value of real estate is determined.
After that, the content will discuss interaction between property managers and any tenants of the property being managed.
Next, the course will talk about taxation.
It is at this point the course will cover the ways in which a title is transferred.
From there, the course will explore ethics and ethical behavior and fair housing laws.
Following that, the content will examine mathematics and its relevance to real estate professionals.
The course content will then shift to focus on important lending laws, rules, and regulations.
From there, the course will take a look at real estate agreements and what makes them different from other contractual agreements before discussing foreclosure.
The last segment of the class will be on agency and what agency looks like in the real estate industry.
Due to the fact that this is a lengthy course, the content will be broken up by a series of quizzes and exams. The other intention of the quizzes and exams is to further comprehension of the lessons.