Florida 45 Hour Sales Associate Complete Post-License Course

$99.00

45 Hour Course

Course ID: 0022172

Approved By: Florida DBPR


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Our 45-hour sales associate complete post-license course is specifically designed to satisfy the requirements that the state of Florida sales associate's first license renewal. In these lessons, we'll review some of the most crucial areas necessary to a sound professional practice, such as:

  • Licensing and educational requirements
  • Violations and disciplinary actions
  • Real estate math computations
  • Fair housing laws

Plus we build upon and greatly expand this foundation to enhance the skills of the sales associated and solidify their foundation for a fruitful and competent practice. Subjects that we'll add and expand upon here include, but are by no means limited to:

  • Real estate finance, documents, and contracts
  • Managing a real estate business office
  • Marketing real estate services and properties (with an emphasis on today's technology-focused market)
  • A detailed review of the NARĀ® Code of Ethics
  • Safety strategies for agents and their clients at property showings and open houses

Get everything you need for that first renewal of your Florida sales associate license in one place and get started today!

  • Florida Sales Associate Post-License Course
    • The Real Estate Business [17 Activities]
      • 01. Florida 45 Hour Sales Associate Complete Post-License Course / The Real Estate Business
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. The Real Estate Business
      • 04. Successful Business Structures and Practices
      • 05. Real Estate Brokerages
      • 06. Role of the Real Estate Broker
      • 07. Appraising
      • 08. Service to the Client
      • View Additional Activities
        • 09. Disciplinary Procedures (Chapters 120, F.S.; 455, F.S.; 475, F.S.; 60Q and 61J2 of the Florida Administrative Code)
        • 10. Commission Meeting
        • 11. Violations and Recommended Penalties
        • 12. Violations and Recommended Penalties, Part 2
        • 13. Real Estate Recovery Fund
        • 14. License Renewal Education
        • 15. Real Estate Services
        • 16. Broker License Requirements
        • 17. Conclusion
    • Real Estate Finance [19 Activities]
      • 01. Real Estate Finance
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. General Concepts
      • 04. Loan Application Process
      • 05. Types of Loans
      • 06. Sources of Financing
      • 07. Financial Markets
      • 08. Federal Monetary Control
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        • 09. Mortgages and Deeds of Trust
        • 10. Other Financing Documents
        • 11. Other Mortgages
        • 12. "Sale and Leaseback" and Collateral Assignments
        • 13. Conventional Mortgages
        • 14. VA Loan Guarantee Program
        • 15. Qualifying for a Loan
        • 16. Secondary Mortgage Market
        • 17. Mortgage Fraud
        • 18. Laws Regarding Fair Credit and Lending Procedures
        • 19. Conclusion
    • Appraisal, Legal Descriptions, Calculations, Closings, and Disclosures [18 Activities]
      • 01. Real Estate Appraisal, Legal Descriptions, Calculations, Closings, and Disclosures
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. Regulation of Appraising
      • 04. Concept of Value
      • 05. Principles of Value
      • 06. Three Approaches to Value
      • 07. Preparing a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA)
      • 08. Common Elements of Comparison
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        • 09. Legal Descriptions
        • 10. Types of Legal Descriptions
        • 11. Government Survey System
        • 12. Lot and Block Survey Method
        • 13. Real Estate Related Computations and Closing of Transactions
        • 14. Basic Real Estate Computations
        • 15. Preliminary Steps to a Closing
        • 16. Prorated Expenses
        • 17. Integrated Mortgage Disclosures
        • 18. Conclusion
    • Property Management and Fair Housing [16 Activities]
      • 01. Key Terms
      • 02. Property Manager Duties and Obligations
      • 03. Financial Records
      • 04. Record Retention
      • 05. Trust Account Records
      • 06. Economics of Property Management
      • 07. Expenses
      • 08. Evaluating the Owner's Objectives
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        • 09. Relationship Between Property Owner and Property Manager
        • 10. Tenant Rights
        • 11. Tenant Relations
        • 12. Fair Housing
        • 13. History of Fair Housing
        • 14. Impact of Fair Housing on the Real Estate Professional
        • 15. Other Civil Rights Laws that Impact Fair Housing
        • 16. Fair Housing-Related Presidential Executive Orders
    • Real Estate Laws, Leases, Agency, and More [14 Activities]
      • 01. Real Estate Laws, Leases, Agency, and More
      • 02. Federal and State Laws Pertaining to Real Estate
      • 03. Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Actand Antitrust Laws
      • 04. Florida Fair Housing Law
      • 05. Florida Americans with Disabilities Accessibility Implementation Act
      • 06. Florida Residential Landlord-Tenant Act
      • 07. Leases
      • 08. Common Lease Clauses
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        • 09. Authorized Relationships, Duties, and Disclosure
        • 10. Concept of Agency
        • 11. Disclosure Requirements
        • 12. Other Professional Real Estate Activities
        • 13. Disclosure of Material Facts
        • 14. Conclusion
    • Mortgages [9 Activities]
      • 01. Mortgages
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. Mortgage Concepts
      • 04. Elements of the Mortgage
      • 05. Default and Foreclosure
      • 06. Conventional Mortgages
      • 07. Custom Mortgages
      • 08. Primary Sources of Home Financing
      • 09. Conclusion
    • Ownership Issues [11 Activities]
      • 01. Ownership Issues
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. Ownership and Estates
      • 04. Concept of Title
      • 05. Protection of Title
      • 06. Deeds
      • 07. Deed Requirements and Types
      • 08. Encumbrances: Easements and Liens
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        • 09. Common Ownership:Cooperatives and Condominiums
        • 10. Common Ownership: Timeshares and Community Development District
        • 11. Conclusion
    • Business Office Management [15 Activities]
      • 01. Business Office Management
      • 02. What is a Marketing Plan?
      • 03. Advertising Options
      • 04. The Art and Science of Marketing
      • 05. Relations Between Competitors
      • 06. Technology Issues in Advertising and Marketing
      • 07. Unsolicited Commercial Electronic Mail Advertising
      • 08. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
      • View Additional Activities
        • 09. Social Media in Use
        • 10. Office Policy and Procedures
        • 11. Errors and Omissions
        • 12. Common Problems: Misrepresentation
        • 13. Common Problems: Negligence
        • 14. Protection
        • 15. Conclusion
    • Land Use Controls, Investment, and Taxation [24 Activities]
      • 01. Land Use Controls, Investment, and Taxation
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. Government Restrictions
      • 04. Planning and Zoning
      • 05. Local Planning Agencies
      • 06. Floridas Comprehensive Plan
      • 07. Zoning, Land Use Restrictions, and Building Codes
      • 08. Appeals and Exceptions
      • View Additional Activities
        • 09. Flood Zones
        • 10. Indoor and Outdoor Environmental Hazards
        • 11. CERCLA
        • 12. Real Estate Investments and Business Opportunity Brokerage
        • 13. Investment Real Estate Terminology
        • 14. Types of Investments
        • 15. Advantages of Real Estate Investments
        • 16. Disadvantages of Investing in Real Estate
        • 17. Assessment of Risk
        • 18. Nature of Business Brokerage
        • 19. Expertise Required in Business Brokerage
        • 20. Taxation
        • 21. Special Assessments
        • 22. Federal Income Taxes
        • 23. Investment Real Estate and Taxation
        • 24. Conclusion
    • NARĀ® Code of Ethics [15 Activities]
      • 01. National Association of REALTORS Code of Ethics
      • 02. Ethics: An Introduction
      • 03. The NARCode of Ethics: The Preamble
      • 04. The NAR Code of Ethics: Article 1 and 2
      • 05. Article 1 Associated Standards of Practice
      • 06. Article 2
      • 07. Articles 9
      • 08. Article 11
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        • 09. Article 12
        • 10. Article 15
        • 11. Article 16
        • 12. Article 17
        • 13. Enforcement of Professional Standards
        • 14. Arbitration
        • 15. Conclusion
    • Real Estate Safety [13 Activities]
      • 01. Real Estate Safety
      • 02. Showing Property
      • 03. General Safety Considerations
      • 04. Before the Showing: Clients and Customers
      • 05. Walkthrough of an Occupied Property
      • 06. Before the Showing: The Agent
      • 07. The Showing
      • 08. Liability and Liability Insurance: Liability
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        • 09. Liability and Liability Insurance: Risk
        • 10. Liability and Liability Insurance: Loss
        • 11. Professional Liability (Errors and Omissions)
        • 12. Commercial General and Other Liability Insurance
        • 13. Conclusion
    • Real Estate Contracts [15 Activities]
      • 01. Real Estate Contracts
      • 02. Key Terms
      • 03. Contracts in General
      • 04. Essential Elements of a Contract
      • 05. Classifications of Contracts
      • 06. Contract Negotiation
      • 07. Breach, Remedies, and Damages
      • 08. Contracts Important to Real Estate
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        • 09. Overview of Offers and Negotiating Points
        • 10. FAR/BAR Contract Forms
        • 11. Other Real Estate Contract Considerations
        • 12. Sales Agreements
        • 13. Legal Requirements for Neutral Escrows and Co-Op Transactions
        • 14. Commissions and Taxes
        • 15. Conclusion
    • Student Affidavit
    • Final Exam (100 questions)
  • Course Completion
    • Mandatory Questionnaire
    • Certificate of Completion

Instructor Bio


sheri wytcherley real estate atyourpaceonline
Sheri has been an online instructor for AYPO's Real Estate education classes for over 5 years and is a licensed real estate instructor across the United States.

Growing up in a military family, Sheri became very patriotic, developed an adventurous spirit, and grew passionate about helping people.

In 2005 Sheri became a principal broker and opened Oregon Ranch & Home Real Estate in order to better serve her clients. She received the honor of being ranked #5 in Southern Oregon for dollar volume sold for 2008, during one of the most challenging years the market has seen in decades.

"Common sense, integrity, and a quick wit. These are qualities I admire".