Texas Real Estate Pre-license: Law of Contracts (30-hour)
- 30 Hour Course
The Texas Real Estate Pre-license: Law of Contracts 30-hour course is required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for all those seeking to obtain their Texas real estate license. It provides everything about basic contracts and contract law needed by the aspiring licensee to prepare for this portion of the licensing exam. This includes in-depth discussions of:
The elements necessary to create a valid contract
The many different types of contracts and the differences between them
Dangers of licensees attempting to develop or interpret contracts without venturing into the unauthorized practice of law
Breach of contract and the remedies for breach
And much, much more!
This course will cover both the fundamental pieces of contract law as well as looking at how contracts are used in real estate. We will look at many of the most common real estate contracts, such as the listing agreement and the sales contract, and discuss how they apply these fundamental contract concepts to actual real estate transactions. Enhance your chances to succeed in Texas real estate. Sign up now and get started on your Texas license!
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- Course ID(s): 1251
- Approved By: Texas Real Estate Commission
Phyllis has been a certified real estate teacher since 1999. Her accomplishments in the field of Real Estate education are numerous and include things such as the CREI Designation from the Texas Real Estate Teachers Association, a CDEI designation from the International Distance Education Certification Center, and the At Home with Diversity Instructor Certification through the National Association of Realtors.
In addition to her own courses Phyllis reviews Qualifying classes for publishers, reviews MCE classwork for publishers, and is the author of the pre-license classes for salesman and brokers in Texas.