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California Real Estate Principles Course

This course will cover the many topics under the umbrella of California pre-license real estate law.  Subjects discussed in this course include California Law, Agency Issues, Land Use Regulations, Ownership and Finance Topics. Other lessons include those on license applications, qualifications, types of licenses, escrow accounts and regulations, advertising, environmental concerns, disclosures, disciplinary actions, and real estate practices specific to California. This course contains 27 user-friendly units:

Week 1 Wednesday — June 5, 2013

  • Unit 1 — Course Introduction, The California License Law, and the California Department of Real Estate.
  • Unit 2 — California Department of Real Estate and Licensing Requirements;
  • Unit 3 — The Real Estate License Examination, including the exam weighting and rules;
  • Unit 4 — Trade and Professional Organizations, and Ethic in Real Estate;
  • Unit 5 — Property, including personal and real property, and fixtures;
  • Unit 6 — Title to Real Property, and Ownership;
  • Unit 7 — Con¬tracts and Trans¬fer of Interests in Real Property;

 

Week 2 Wednesday — June 12, 2013

  • Unit 8 — Instruments of Trans¬fer and Deeds;
  • Unit 9 — Escrow, including escrow principles and procedures, escrow holders and instructions;
  • Unit 10 — Leases and the Landlord-Tenant relationship;
  • Unit 11 — Agency;
  • Unit 12 — Impact of the Penal Code and Other Statutes;
  • Unit 13 — Real Estate Finance and Loans;
  • Unit 14 — Institutional Lenders and Government Participation in Real Estate Finance, including FHA, VA, and the Cal-Vet programs;
  • Unit 15 — Alternate Forms of Financing;

 

Week 3 Wednesday — June 19, 2013

  • Unit 16 — California Mortgage Loans, including the Real Property Loan Law;
  • Unit 17 — Real Estate Syndicates and Real Estate Investment Trusts;
  • Unit 18 — Appraisals and Valuation;
  • Unit 19 — Taxation and Assessments;
  • Unit 20 — Subdivisions and Other Public Controls;
  • Unit 21 — Planning and Zoning;
  • Unit 22 — Brokerage, Mobile Home Sales, and Mineral, Oil, and Gas Brokerage regulations;
  • Unit 23 — Contract Provisions in a Residential Real Estate Transactions, including listing agreements, purchase contracts, and mandated disclosures;

 

Week 4 Wednesday — June 26, 2013

  • Unit 24 — Trust Funds;
  • Unit 25 — Property Management;
  • Unit 26 — Business Opportunities;
  • Unit 27 — Math Equations;
  • Unit 28 — 50-Question Practice Exams;
  • Unit 29 — 50-Question Practice Exam;

 

 

CA Real Estate Practice Course

This course will cover the many topics under the umbrella of California pre-license real estate law. Subjects discussed in this course include California Law, Agency Issues, Contracts and Closings, Financing, Taxation, Leasing and other topics. Other lessons include those on license applications, qualifications, types of licenses, escrow accounts and regulations, advertising, environmental concerns, disclosures, disciplinary actions, and real estate practices specific to California. This course contains 19 user-friendly units:

Week  5 Wednesday – July 3, 2013

  • Unit 1 – Introduction to Real Estate
  • Unit 2 – Ethics, Fair Housing and Trust Accounts
  • Unit 3 – Agency and Other Mandatory Disclosures
  • Unit 4 – Prospecting
  • Unit 5 – Listing Presentations
  • Unit 6 – Listing Contracts
  • Unit 7 – Servicing Listing

 

Week  6 Wednesday – July 10, 2013

  • Unit 8 – Advertising
  • Unit 9 – Working with Buyers
  • Unit 10 – Writing the Offer and Closing the Sale
  • Unit 11 – From Offer to Closing
  • Unit 12 – Financing: Loan Types
  • Unit 13 – Financing: The Process
  • Unit 14 – Escrow and Title Insurance

 

Week 7 Wednesday – July 17, 2013

  • Unit 15 – Using Real Estate Assistants
  • Unit 16 – Real Estate Taxation
  • Unit 17 – Real Estate Investing
  • Unit 18 – Business Sale, Property Management and Leasing
  • Unit 19 – Practice Course Review

100-Question Course Final

Real Estate Finance Course

This course will cover the many topics under the umbrella of Real Estate Finance. Subjects discussed in this course include financial instruments, loans, lenders, investments, real estate math and other topics. Other lessons include those on license applications, qualifications, types of licenses, escrow accounts and regulations, advertising, environmental concerns, disclosures, disciplinary actions, and real estate Finances specific to California. This course contains 19 user-friendly units:

Week 8 Wednesday – July 24, 2013

  • Unit 1 – Introduction and Finance Overview
  • Unit 2 – Financing Instruments
  • Unit 3 – Available Loans
  • Unit 4 – Lenders
  • Unit 5 – Lending Programs
  • Unit 6 – Loan Terms and Payment Plans
  • Unit 7 – Secondary Mortgage Market

 

Week 9 Wednesday – July 31, 2013

  • Unit 8 – Underwriting Residential Property
  • Unit 9 – Processing Residential Loans
  • Unit 10 – Defaults and Foreclosures
  • Unit 11 – Residential Income – Producing Properties
  • Unit 12 – Commercial Income – Producing Properties
  • Unit 13 – Valuation of Income Properties
  • Unit 14 – Financing Land and Development Projects

 

Week 10 Wednesday -Aug 7, 2013

  • Unit 15 – Investment and Risk Management
  • Unit 16 – Real Estate Syndication and REITs
  • Unit 17 – Tax Consequences
  • Unit 18 – Finance Math
  • Unit 19 – Review and Practice Exam

Course Final – 100 Questions