Principles of Real Estate for Sales Agents

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Principles of Real Estate for Sales Agents (Pre-Licensure) (PRO161)

This course provides pre-licensure instruction in the principles and practices of real estate as required by the Maryland Real Estate Commission and COMAR regulation. Topics covered in the course are: Principles of real property; Landlord-tenant relationship; Real estate contracts; Rules of agency and listings; Transfer of title to real property; Title insurance and settlements; Fundamentals of appraising; Real estate finance; Maryland real estate law; Regulations of the Real Estate Commission; Details of the Code of Ethics; Laws and practices covering human rights and community relations; Test application; Instruction and discussion; Basic mathematics pertaining to real estate industry; Property condition disclosure; Law and regulations covering hazardous substances; and an exit exam. Course materials included are Modern Real Estate Practice and Maryland Real Estate Practice and Law.

1/18-4/26, Tuesday (15 Sessions)
6:00-10:00 PM
ACM: CE Building
Instructor: Elizabeth Rhodes

Course Cost: $350.00

Maryland Senior Course Cost:  $345.00



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