45 Hour Course
Approved By: California Bureau of Real Estate
Real estate professionals in the State of California who take this course will complete all 45 hours of required continuing education training.
This is a comprehensive course covering a wide variety of real estate topics.
The course addresses risk and methods for managing risk.
The course contains a discussion of trust monies, trust accounts, proper handling of trust monies, and accurate and effective recordkeeping.
One section of the course examines the financing of real estate transactions. This is broken down into an overview of financing sources, a look at traditional mortgage loans, and an exploration of unconventional methods of financing a real estate purchase.
Another section of the course is concerned with the ways in which the use of land is regulated.
This course talks about lending related regulations including the TILA-RESPA Rule, the Truth-in-Lending Act, and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.
The course will address property management with specific focus on agency relationships formed with property managers and the interactions between property managers and tenants.
A portion of the content will focus on the business of real estate. This includes examinations of real estate investment and property valuation.
The course content will, at one point, discuss the taxation of real property.
Then, the course will explore the transfer of property title.
From there, the course will talk about ethics and fair housing.
Later, the course will discuss common contractual agreements used in the real estate industry.
The course will look at agency and agency relationships and how they are used by real estate professionals.
Finally, the course content will explore the supervision and management of real estate licensees.
Given the size of the course, the content is divided up by periodic quizzes and exams. Not only do they break up the course, they will help students with comprehension and retention of the material.