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Alabama Real Estate Continuing Education COURSES

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$99.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 15.0
Includes:
1. Risk Management for Brokers -

This course, required of all licensed brokers in the state of Alabama, consists of two major sections: Managing Money and Managing People. Managing Money has two parts: Trust Funds and Auditing Procedures. Managing People deals with the training and supervision of the licensees under you.

2. Alabama Risk Management: Avoiding Violations -

This course explains the laws pertaining to "caveat emptor," the importance of home inspection and seller's disclosure, and other keys to effective risk management.

3.Ethics in Real Estate -

(Meets NAR's 3-Hour Mandatory Ethics Renewal Training)

This course reviews the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Code of Ethics and fulfills the mandatory NAR Ethics Renewal Training requirement. Complete with case studies and various scenarios, students will enjoy a better understanding of what is and is not ethical for real estate professionals. Highlights include decision-making exercises designed for an in-depth understanding of application in daily real estate practice..

4.Tax Advantages of Home Owneship -

What types of tax benefits are unique to homeowners? This course gives the student insight into different kinds of homeowner benefits and also teaches how to calculate taxes that can affect the purchase of a home. This is an elective real estate continuing education course.

Completion of these courses meets the 15 hour continuing education requirement to renew a broker license.

$99.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 15.0
Includes:
1. Risk Management for Brokers -

This course, required of all licensed brokers in the state of Alabama, consists of two major sections: Managing Money and Managing People. Managing Money has two parts: Trust Funds and Auditing Procedures. Managing People deals with the training and supervision of the licensees under you.

2. Alabama Risk Management: Avoiding Violations -

This course explains the laws pertaining to "caveat emptor," the importance of home inspection and seller's disclosure, and other keys to effective risk management.

3. Prequalifying Your Buyer in Today's Market -

This course provides an overview of real estate financing, and describes the different types of loans and loan programs as well as lending sources. Students will learn how to calculate debt ratios and use loan factors to complete mathematical calculations related to mortgage loans. Students will also estimate closing costs for different types of loans. The instruction is followed with a scenario for which the student will do the prequalifying computations and complete a loan comparison worksheet for the buyers in the scenario.

4.Check it Out: Home Inspection in Your Real Estate Practice -

Just how important is a home inspection? How can you limit your liability during the home inspection process? What do your clients need to know about the home inspection process? This real estate continuing education elective answers all these questions and more, making sure your closings go smoothly.

5.Short Sales and Foreclosures-

This course is an overview of short sale transactions, alternatives to short sales, how short sales affect buyers, lenders and sellers, the Home Affordable Modification Program (both HAMP Tier 1 and 2 are included) and the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative (HAFA II/Short Sale)..

Completion of these courses meets the 15 hour continuing education requirement to renew a broker license.

$99.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 15.0
Includes:
1. Alabama Risk Management for Salespersons -

This course, which meets the Level 2 risk management requirement for salespeople, consists of three major sections Agency, Contracts, and Licensees as Principals. These topics are examined from a risk management perspective.

2. Alabama Risk Management: Avoiding Violations -

This course explains the laws pertaining to "caveat emptor," the importance of home inspection and seller's disclosure, and other keys to effective risk management.

3.Ethics in Real Estate -

(Meets NAR's 3-Hour Mandatory Ethics Renewal Training)

This course reviews the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Code of Ethics and fulfills the mandatory NAR Ethics Renewal Training requirement. Complete with case studies and various scenarios, students will enjoy a better understanding of what is and is not ethical for real estate professionals. Highlights include decision-making exercises designed for an in-depth understanding of application in daily real estate practice.

4.Tax Advantages of Home Owneship -

What types of tax benefits are unique to homeowners? This course gives the student insight into different kinds of homeowner benefits and also teaches how to calculate taxes that can affect the purchase of a home. This is an elective real estate continuing education course.

Completion of these courses meets the 15 hour continuing education requirement to renew a salesperson's license.

$99.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 15.0
Includes:
1. Alabama Risk Management for Salespersons -

This course, which meets the Level 2 risk management requirement for salespeople, consists of three major sections Agency, Contracts, and Licensees as Principals. These topics are examined from a risk management perspective.

2. Alabama Risk Management: Avoiding Violations -

This course explains the laws pertaining to "caveat emptor," the importance of home inspection and seller's disclosure, and other keys to effective risk management.

3. Prequalifying Your Buyer in Today's Market -

This course provides an overview of real estate financing, and describes the different types of loans and loan programs as well as lending sources. Students will learn how to calculate debt ratios and use loan factors to complete mathematical calculations related to mortgage loans. Students will also estimate closing costs for different types of loans. The instruction is followed with a scenario for which the student will do the prequalifying computations and complete a loan comparison worksheet for the buyers in the scenario.

4.Check it Out: Home Inspection in Your Real Estate Practice -

Just how important is a home inspection? How can you limit your liability during the home inspection process? What do your clients need to know about the home inspection process? This real estate continuing education elective answers all these questions and more, making sure your closings go smoothly.

5.Short Sales and Foreclosures-

This course is an overview of short sale transactions, alternatives to short sales, how short sales affect buyers, lenders and sellers, the Home Affordable Modification Program (both HAMP Tier 1 and 2 are included) and the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative (HAFA II/Short Sale)..

Completion of these courses meets the 15 hour continuing education requirement to renew a salesperson's license.

$60.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 6.0

What types of tax benefits are unique to homeowners? This course gives the student insight into different kinds of homeowner benefits and also teaches how to calculate taxes that can affect the purchase of a home. This is an elective real estate continuing education course.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

This course, required of all licensed brokers in the state of Alabama, consists of two major sections: Managing Money and Managing People. Managing Money has two parts and Trust Funds and Auditing Procedures. Managing People deals with the training and supervision of the licensees under you.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

This course, which meets the Level 2 risk management requirement for salespeople, consists of three major sections:

    Agency, Contracts, and Licensees as Principals. These topics are examined from a risk management perspective.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

The majority of lawsuits concerning real estate transactions are sought by buyers unhappy with the condition of the property after closing. This course explains the laws pertaining to "caveat emptor," the importance of home inspection and seller's disclosure, and other keys to effective risk management. This course also covers the real estate professional's legal obligations when conducting real estate transactions involving the licensee's own property, handling money and property belonging to others, avoiding mortgage fraud and other law violations, and truth in advertising.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

Just how important is a home inspection? How can you limit your liability during the home inspection process? What do your clients need to know about the home inspection process? This real estate continuing education elective answers all these questions and more, making sure your closings go smoothly.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

(Meets NAR's 3-Hour Mandatory Ethics Renewal Training)

A great refresher in ethics, this course reviews the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Code of Ethics and fulfills the mandatory NAR Ethics Renewal Training requirement. Complete with case studies and various scenarios, students will enjoy a better understanding of what is and is not ethical for real estate professionals. Highlights include decision-making exercises designed for an in-depth understanding of application in daily real estate practice.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

This course provides an overview of real estate financing, and describes the different types of loans and loan programs as well as lending sources. Students will learn how to calculate debt ratios and use loan factors to complete mathematical calculations related to mortgage loans. Students will also estimate closing costs for different types of loans. The instruction is followed with a scenario for which the student will do the prequalifying computations and complete a loan comparison worksheet for the buyers in the scenario.

$30.00
Media Type: Online Exam Required: NO Hours: 3.0

This course is an overview of short sale transactions, alternatives to short sales, how short sales affect buyers, lenders and sellers, the Home Affordable Modification Program (both HAMP Tier 1 and 2 are included) and the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative (HAFA II/Short Sale). Highlights include defining what a licensee's role is in a short sale and how to put together the packet needed in a short sale for a lender. Additional topics include how the MARS Rule affects real estate licensees who are working with a client on a short sale, tenant rights in relation to a short sale and also the kinds of lender fraud that licensees should be on the lookout for during the process of a short sale.