What you get:
All the information listed below in a multimedia presentation that is hands on, fun, and instructive! The course makes sure you are ready to take advantage of your skills and learn new ones to help you be successful and adept at helping the consumer in their real estate transactions!
Coffee, tea and water are provided all day! a continental breakfast is served in the morning plus you get a snack in the afternoon!
I am here before, during, and after class to answer questions and give additional guidance!
Come have fun and fulfill your PLE requirements! You might also learn something valuable at the same time! :D
All new licensees are required to complete 30 hours of post-licensing education within the first year they have their license. This education is in addition to the 20 hours of continuing education that you will be required to complete prior to license renewal.
All post-licensing education must be completed within one-year of initial licensure. Licensees are required to submit a form to the Commission along with proof of completion of post-licensing education within 30 days after the end of the one year period.
The deadlines for completion of post-licensing education and submitting the Affidavit of Post-Licensing Education are listed on your license. If you fail to complete the post licensing education (PLE) required within the one year period and provide the proof of certification, your license automatically lapses 30 days after the end of the one year period and your licensee would need to be reinstated for which you will be required to pay a reinstatement fee.
The course includes the following information as required by the State:
(1) contracts and agreements: nine contact hours covering (A) purchase and sale agreements; (B) addendum and amendments; (C) counteroffers; (D) contingencies; (E) multiple offers; (F) back up offers; (G) differences between residential, land, and commercial transactions; and (H) personal service agreements; (I) negotiation and counseling; (2) property management: three contact hours covering (A) landlord tenant act; (B) rental, lease, and occupancy of residential and commercial properties; (C) associations; (D) cooperatives; (E) personal service agreements, management agreements, and lease listing agreements; and (F) security deposit statements; (3) license law: three contact hours covering (A) consumer pamphlet and waiver; (B) ethics; (C) surety fund; (D) confidentiality; and (E) conflict of interest; (4) paperwork and risk management: six contact hours covering (A) mandatory and area specific property disclosure; (B) environmental issues; (C) zoning; (D) covenants, conditions, and restrictions; (E) title reports; (F) resale certificates and public offering statements; (G) home inspections and repair negotiations; (H) surveys; and (I) record keeping; (5) evaluation and pricing: four contact hours covering; (A) competitive market analysis and appraisals; and (B) showing property; (C) marketing to buyers and sellers (6) financing to closing: five contact hours covering (A) the importance and differences of pre-approval letters and pre-qualifications, good faith estimates, and loan types, including Internet lending programs; (B) review of settlement statements, security deposit transfers, rent prorations, seller net proceeds, and variations in loan costs; (C) the closing process; and (D) good funds law (E) predatory lending practices.