California Real Estate Sales License for 8 Years
Includes Online Access to all courses and exams for:
- 3 Approved California Real Estate courses you need to become a real estate salesperson
- Exam preparation materials to help you pass the California state exam
- Continuing education courses that you’ll need to renew your license after 4 years.
You won’t have anything to worry about for the next 8 years!
Printed Textbooks and Printed Exams are also available (online access is also included with every printed textbook order).
Real Estate Principles
A comprehensive course outlining: Legal descriptions, methods of acquiring title, deeds, estates, liens, homesteads, and the programs involving lenders, escrows, and title companies. In addition there Is discussion on taxation, and court cases, such as Wellenkamp vs. Bank of America that have changed financing.
Real Estate Practice
A comprehensive study of real estate practices in California, as it relates to the real estate business, its regulations, income tax aspects, business opportunities, advertising, property sales, and the role of the broker and salesperson.
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Real Estate Finance
A modern approach to real estate financing. Includes: Money and interest rates, sources of mortgage money, non-institutional leaders, conventional loans, government-backed programs, foreclosure and other loan problems, construction lending, and alternative financing methods.
Real Estate Appraisal
This text is extensively illustrated to give a practical approach to appraising. The course includes: Site considerations, site valuations, approaches to cost, market data, income analysis, and the capitalization process.
Legal Aspects of Real Estate
Covers the entire field of legal aspects of real estate. Offers additional in-depth analysis of deeds of trust, deposit receipts, listing agreements, leases, and drafting problems. Deals with damages for breach of contract, and provides an introduction to environmental law problems.
Provides an overview of the field of property management and describes the major functions of property managers, Including their legal, interpersonal, maintenance, accounting, administrative, and other duties. It also covers specific practices and problems in the management of various types of property.
Real Estate Economics
A recent test on California real estate economics which includes: Proposition 13, rent controls and condominium conversions. The approach is direct and practical and covers all the aspects of government trends, real estate resources and new financing techniques.
Covers the entire field of business law. U.S. legal system, law & business, property, trusts & estates, agency, partnerships, corporations & other business forms, labor laws, sales of goods, contracts, negotiable instruments, secured transactions, insurance and professional licensure & liability.
- 3 Approved California Real Estate courses
- Exam preparation materials
- Continuing education courses