Credit Hours: 98
Complete 98 hours of your SAE requirement with this convenient package!
All active and inactive salespersons, who are under the Sales Agent Apprentice Education requirement, must complete a minimum of 90 hours in qualifying real estate education and 4 hours each in Legal Update I and Legal Update II prior to the first two year license term.
2022/2023 Texas Real Estate Commission Legal Update I Correspondence Course: Required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), this 4-hour continuing education course has been updated to cover the latest topics affecting real estate licensees. It provides current legal issues pertinent to Texas real estate practice and will provide the knowledge you need to stay current and competitive in the Texas real estate industry. Topics include statutory legislative and TREC Rule updates, promulgated contract forms and addenda, fair housing diversity and inclusion, property management and landlord-tenant issues, and much more.
2022/2023 Texas Real Estate Commission Legal Update II Correspondence Course: Required by the Texas Real Estate Commission, this 4-hour continuing education course has been updated to cover the latest topics affecting real estate licensees. It provides an in-depth review to bolster understanding and foster proper administration of many hot topic concerns such as agency, fiduciary duties, ethical behavior, water and mineral rights, ad valorem taxes, and much more.
Texas Sales and Marketing 101 for Real Estate Professionals (30-Credit Hours): There are many marketing and real estate sales courses but few that explain marketing principles from a real estate agent’s point of view. This course integrates the four elements of a balanced marketing mix—promotion, place, product, and price. Throughout the course, principles of market research, data analysis, and market segmentation are applied to teach you how to be a more efficient salesperson. Updated units on technology, online marketing, and social media strategies make this the most comprehensive how-to guide for applying classic marketing and sales techniques to a real estate career.
Property Management (30-Credit Hours): This practical discussion explores daily issues facing practitioners, such as maintenance, accounting, administrative, and legal activities. It also has up-to-date content on federal regulations, such as civil rights, fair housing, ADA issues, and environmental concerns. The flexible format provides you with case studies, sample forms, and review questions to enhance your understanding of property management concepts.
Texas Real Estate Brokerage: A Management Guide (#751) (30-Credit Hours):This course offers an application-oriented approach to becoming more effective managers, leaders, and communicators. Based on the Texas Real Estate Commission’s required curriculum outline, this course teaches you what to consider when opening a brokerage, as well as tips and tactics for growing your business and measuring success. The guide also highlights new trends in professional development, including formal mentoring and cross-training programs, and developments in civil procedures, including RESPA, antitrust, and employment law issues.
Virtual exam proctoring now included! Once you have completed all your coursework, you may schedule your final exam with our qualified virtual proctors.
IMPORTANT: Please be advised of the following prior to purchasing:
The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) 2022-2023 Legal Update I and II courses must be completed (including the final exam) by 11:59pm Central Time on December 31, 2023, in order to receive credit and fulfill the 8 Hour Legal Update I and II Continuing Education (CE) requirement.