Texas Pre-License Broker Individual Courses

Principles of Real Estate I

Texas Real Estate Principles Part 1 is a course required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for anyone who wishes to become a licensed real estate agent in Texas. The course provides a comprehensive overview of real estate principles. As the student completes this module, he or she should attempt to fit the information in with the big picture of the real estate profession. The conclusion of the module will assist in drawing the information together by presenting real world practice, comprehension questions and case studies for the student’s consideration.

30 hours

$128

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Principles of Real Estate II

Texas Real Estate Principles Part 2 is a course required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for anyone who wishes to become a licensed real estate agent in Texas. The course provides a comprehensive overview of real estate principles. As the student completes this module, he or she should attempt to fit the information in with the big picture of the real estate profession. The conclusion of the module will assist in drawing the information together by presenting real world practice, comprehension questions and case studies for the student’s consideration.

30 hours

$128

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Law of Agency

The beginning of this course covers the basics of agency law in general, including the brief history of real estate agency, the definition of agency, the parties involved in the relationship, the types and degrees of authority and the role of agency in real estate. Then, the course covers all relevant sections of the Texas Real Estate License Act and the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission. In addition, the student will learn about the creation and termination of agency relationships, the rules for agency disclosure, the duties required of agents, the agent’s liability, the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, and the different types of agency agreements.

30 hours

$128

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Law of Contracts

The relationship between a licensee and his or her client is considered a fiduciary relationship, meaning that the client places trust in the licensee to fulfill certain duties towards the client. Licensees may not give legal advice and must advise the parties to seek help from their own attorney if a question arises regarding legal rights or remedies. Licensees can, however, point out to the parties the verbiage in the contact form. To fulfill that role, licensees must be completely familiar with the forms.

30 hours

$128

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Promulgated Contract Forms

When representing buyers and sellers, one of the most important things a real estate licensee does is to prepare and review offers for them by filling in the blanks of promulgated forms. In order to be knowledgeable, it is necessary for licensees to not only know what goes in the blanks but what is in the pre-printed portion of the contact. Licensees may not give legal advice and must advise the parties to seek help from their own attorney if a question arises regarding legal rights or remedies. Licensees can, however, point out to the parties the verbiage in the contact form. To fulfill that role, licensees must be completely familiar with the forms.

30 hours

$128

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Real Estate Finance

This course provides an introduction to real estate finance. From qualifying the borrower and qualifying the property in the underwriting process to various types of financing, closing the sale, the Community Reinvestment Act and more, we discuss the monetary systems that control the market, delve into supply and demand, cover housing agencies and discuss the government influence on real estate.

30 hours

$128

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Real Estate Brokerage

Establishing your career as a real estate brokerage requires extensive knowledge of the real estate industry. Brokers are required to stay updated with real estate trends and outlooks. They are also required to have the necessary qualifications and experience to run their own business. If you’re looking forward to starting your own brokerage business, then you need to arm yourself with crucial information on how a brokerage business works.

30 hours

$128

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Real Estate Law

This real estate law course takes students on a tour of the various legal aspects of real estate practices, property sales transactions, and property leasing. The course begins with an exploration of real estate legal concepts, tax benefits, and insurance before diving into contract law and real estate forms. Next is an overview of land ownership, rights and characteristics, real property and personal property, and land descriptions.

30 hours

$128

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Property Management

This Texas property management course will help licensees who work as property managers, or are considering becoming property managers, develop a comprehensive understanding of the field. It begins with an introduction to the factors, economics, law, responsibilities, and operation of professional property management. Learners will explore marketing principles and activities, opening and running a property management office, and managing relationships with owners and tenants.

30 hours

$128

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