The state of Iowa requires real estate professionals to complete 36 hours of continuing education training before they can renew their license. This course contains all the training needed to fulfil that requirement.
Thirty-six hours of continuing education are required, but the requirement that only 24 hours can be taken via distance education is temporarily suspended for all licenses set to expire on December 31, 2020.
This course is meant to be comprehensive. So, it covers a wide variety of topics.
The first 12 hours of content are mandatory course topics. Eight hours of the content is concerned with state laws and rules. Another four hours deal with professional ethics.
The remainder of the course is elective topics, starting with an examination of the math that is used by real estate professionals. Then, the course pivots to a look at fair housing and anti-discrimination laws.
After that, the course will examine errors and omissions insurance and its use.
The course then covers contracts both in general and in specific to real estate. This includes an exploration of listing and sales contracts.
The course addresses transfer of property titles before moving on to a discussion of real estate specific loans.
The course closes by taking an in-depth look at significant loan disclosure laws.
The course is broken up with several exams that will challenge students and improve comprehension of the course materials.
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- Course ID(s): 180-102-ML, 180-101-ME, 180-115-OL
- Approved By: Iowa Professional Licensing Bureau - Real Estate Commission
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".