Texas Real Estate Pre-License: Principles of Real Estate I (30-hour)

  • 30 Hour Course
  • $99.00

Texas Real Estate Pre-License: Principles of Real Estate I is an important piece of our comprehensive Texas prelicense program designed to help you become a Texas real estate licensee.

This particular piece of our program covers many of the most critical subjects that you will need to be familiar with before engaging in real estate transactions in Texas. In this extensive 30-hour course, you will be provided with introductions to the real estate business and the real estate market, including:

  • an initial overview of real estate and contract law
  • the central role and purpose for the licensing of real estate professionals
  • the attendant licensing laws
  • a primer on the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), the governing body of real estate licensing and practice in Texas
  • And much, much more!

Also offered here for aspiring licensees is a detailed overview of subjects including the definition of real property and the many different forms of real property ownership, as well as a look into other real estate concepts and terminology. Plus, we provide instruction on working in a brokerage business, common law agency concepts, and we'll take our first look at some specifics of listing agreements and other real estate documents. Enhance your chances to succeed in Texas real estate. Sign up now and get started on your Texas license!

  • Course ID(s): 121
  • Approved By: Texas Real Estate Commission

Instructor Bio

Phyllis Goodrich real estate instructor

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.