Florida Real Estate Broker's

Pre-License Class - 72 Hours

For Brokers

COURSE DESCRIPTION


ON DEMAND

This 72-hour Florida Real Estate Broker’s Pre-License Class prepares you to become a Florida Licensed Real Estate Broker.  It is a State of Florida Pre-license requirement for Brokers, and sets the standard for real estate education in Florida. Learn more about Florida Real Estate Broker license requirements here.

The Florida Real Estate Broker’s Guide is a definitive text, and your complete source for broker pre-license education. 

This new version conforms to the Florida Real Estate Broker Course Syllabus effective 1/1/2017 and builds on the knowledge you’ve gained during your career. In it you’ll find helpful information about owning and managing a broker office, including business plans, budgets, and profit and loss statements. It contains challenging sample closing statement case studies reflecting state license broker exam questions using the Closing Disclosure.

Individual coaching (for those planning to take the Broker’s exam or for those who need assistance with career obstacles,) is available. Let us customize your learning experience and exam preparation!

COURSE APPROVAL

WHAT YOU GET


  1. Immediate access to start learning in minutes.
  2. On demand classes, start and stop when you have time, 24 hours a day.
  3. Access to an instructor who can answer questions offline.
  4. User-friendly study environment.
  5. 2 Hours Free One on One Coaching to Kick Start Your Career.
Florida Real Estate Broker’s Guide is your complete source for broker relicense education and, conforms to the Florida Real Estate Broker Course Syllabus effective January 1, 2017. Build on knowledge you’ve gained during your career. Get helpful information about owning and managing a broker office, including business plans, budgets, and profit and loss statements, as well as be challenged by completing sample closing statement case studies that reflect state license broker exam questions.

COURSE CHAPTERS


Part I – Getting Started in the Real Estate Brokerage Business

Chapter 1 Becoming A Licensed Real Estate Broker
Chapter 2 Opening a Real Estate Office
Chapter 3 Owning, Managing and Supervising a Real Estate Office
Chapter 4 Escrow Management
Chapter 5 Office Inspections and the Disciplinary Process

Part II – Valuing Real Property

Chapter 6 Overview of Real Estate Valuation
Chapter 7 Sales Comparison, Cost-Depreciation and Income Approaches
Chapter 8 Comparative Market Analysis
Chapter 9 Basic Business Appraisal

Part III – Listing and Selling Real Property

Chapter 10 Brokerage Relationships
Chapter 11 Contracts
Chapter 12 Financing Real Estate
Chapter 13 Closing Real Estate Transactions
Chapter 14 Federal Income Tax Laws Affecting Real Estate

Part IV – Specialties

Chapter 15 Investment Real Estate
Chapter 16 Zoning and Planning, Subdividing of Land, and Special Issues
Chapter 17 Environmental Concerns Affecting Real Estate Transactions
Chapter 18 Property Management

3 Hour Timed Exam, 100 Questions Multiple Choice, 70% or Better to Pass

Answer Each Question In Order
You cannot close out or use the back or previous button. If you exit the exam before you have a passing score, or fail the exam, you must wait thirty days before you can attempt it again.

30 Day Retake
Per Florida Administrative Code, students who do not pass the end-of-course exam are eligible for one additional exam attempt. Students must wait 30 days from the date of the original exam to retest. The second attempt must occur within one year of the date of the original exam. Otherwise, students failing the end-of-course exam must repeat the course prior to being eligible to take the end-of-course exam again.

Closed Final Exam
AFTER submitting the final exam for grading, it is not possible for a student to go back and read the questions or see their answers. This is the case whether a student has passed the exam or otherwise.