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Financing Residential Real Estate (6 Credit Hours)6 Hours$37.00Financing Residential Real Estate is an elective topic that satisfies 6 hours of continuing education. There is a dizzying array of financing options available to home buyers today. Where do you begin? You'll discover a myriad of options available through FHA, VA and special financing options. Plus, examine a simplified approach to accurately assessing closing costs.
Writing Contracts (6 Credit Hours)6 Hours$37.00A fundamental overview of writing contracts for real estate, this course is an excellent introduction or review of various types of contracts including tips for each. Topics included are legal descriptions, help with the wording for the method of payment sections, special stipulations, how to present offers, and also problems for which you should be on the lookout.
Management in a Brokerage Office (6 Credit Hours)6 Hours$37.00A well-run brokerage can mean happier employees and more profit for the broker. Sounds great, right? Gain insight into the fundamentals of running your brokerage well. Topics include budgeting, business planning and forecasting, office finances and human resources.
Licensees as Principal (6 Credit Hours)6 Hours$37.00What is your role as a real estate licensee? This course is specifically designed to give you a full understanding of your role in real estate transactions. Know what your obligations are and what you need to know to fulfill them completely.
Georgia Real Estate License Law Core Course (3 Credit Hours)3 Hours$35.00
Mandatory for all Georgia real estate agents and brokers as of July 1, 2016, this 3-hour course is Georgia-specific and breaks down rules, regulations and laws regarding the practice of real estate into simple, easy-to-understand content helping students to better understand and stay within the boundaries of the Georgia state laws.
Topics included are:
- The effects on license status by a licensee of prohibited conduct
- Transfer of a license from one firm to another
- Requirements concerning trust or escrow accounts
- Unfair trade practices
- Brokerage relationships
- Management responsibilities of real estate firms
- Requirements for advertising
- Handling real estate transactions
- Licensees acting as principals
Prequalifying Your Buyer in Today's Market (3 Credit Hours)3 Hours$25.00This course provides an overview of real estate financing, and describes the different types of loans and loan programs as well as lending sources. Students will learn how to calculate debt ratios and use loan factors to complete mathematical calculations related to mortgage loans. Students will also estimate closing costs for different types of loans. The instruction is followed with a scenario for which the student will do the prequalifying computations and complete a loan comparison worksheet for the buyers in the scenario.
Technology Trends in Real Estate (3 Credit Hours)3 Hours$25.00
The technology landscape changes quickly, and this rapid change can have significant consequences for the real estate professional. In order to perform at their best, real estate professionals need to stay ahead of these trends. This course helps to bring focus to the technological innovations that are most relevant to real estate practice. The course will discuss trends in software, social media, and internet security. Videos are presented throughout the course to help explain and illustrate key topics.
Minimizing Risk with Effective Practices (3 Credit Hours)3 Hours$25.00There’s no question about it: In today’s real estate environment, knowing how to avoid legal problems is essential. This must-have-course provides an overview of how to minimize your liability. You’ll learn about the importance of establishing agency policies, developing effective marketing and advertising practices, effective anti-discrimination practices, plus how to reduce your risk by maintaining proper records. Stay out of legal hot water…enroll today!