Credit Hours: 45
Satisfy all of your requirements for your second and subsequent renewals!
A licensed Salesperson or Broker is required to complete 45 hours of continuing education every four years after their first renewal. This convenient home study package includes the California 8-Hour Survey course that covers the six mandatory subjects and 37 hours of elective continuing education.
California 8-Hour Survey (8 Credit Hours)—The California Bureau of Real Estate requires all licensees to complete an 8-hour survey course as part of the mandatory 45 hours of continuing education required for second and subsequent license renewals. This course reviews pertinent topics including: Agency, Ethics, Fair Housing Laws, Trust Fund Handling, Risk Management, and Broker Management and Supervision. This course satisfies your 8-hour requirement.
Real Estate Finance Today (7 Credit Hours)—In a changing financial landscape with new real estate reporting requirements, the latest edition of Real Estate Finance Today is an invaluable resource for your real estate career. You will learn about new developments in collateralized mortgage obligations, new flood insurance requirements, and TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures. This edition takes the pulse of the current financial environment and explains it in clear language.
Repurposing Property: Friend, Foe, or the American Dream? (15 Credit Hours)—This course is will help you to master concepts necessary to develop and act as an agent in repurposing housing. You will discover new ideas, programs, and opportunities that apply throughout California, whether in urban, suburban, or rural areas, for projects big and small. In addition to providing resources for further research, Repurposing Property gives you strategies for bringing people together to make these projects possible and for obtaining community support that will result in successful projects that benefit entire communities.
Protecting California Consumers from Real Estate Scams (15 Credit Hours)—As a real estate professional, you are in a unique position to recognize, prevent, and report scams and fraud that involve real estate and financial abuse. This is especially true for inexperienced buyers and vulnerable elders who may not have anyone else to protect them. In your day-to-day activities, you become aware of consumers’ financial and real estate information. This course helps you identify when certain actions cross the line into fraudulent or abusive behavior and what action you should take.