Becoming a real estate salesperson. Buying and selling real estate is an exciting field to work in. Transactions are often complex and may require teaming up with a variety of professionals to handle the legal, home inspection, and financial aspects of the deal. If you are new to the business, you will need to begin as a real estate salesperson. We offer the Real Estate Principles and Practices course that is required as pre-licensing education to prepare you to become a salesperson.
Real Estate Principles and Practices
This required course for real estate licensing provides clear explanations of modern real estate practices and a working knowledge of real estate in Connecticut. You will gain an extensive understanding of how the real estate marketplace works. Learn the special language of the real estate business, including operating procedures and important laws governing agency, title transfer,mortgages, agent conduct, and ethical practice. Property owners, buyers, sellers, and anyone interested in pursuing real estate careers or operations will find this course beneficial and rewarding.
Students must attend at least 60 hours and pass the course with a score of 70 or higher in order to sit for the state exam. Please note that your certificate will be printed with your name as it appears on your registration form., and should match your license or state issued identification you use. You may take the Real Estate Principles & Practices course prior to 18 years of age, however you must be at least 18 years old to receive a real estate license. A high school diploma or a GED is not required for someone to obtain a real estate salesperson license. The textbooks are included in the cost of the course and provided at the first class session. accommodare.
Conveniently offered at our Waterbury and Danbury Campuses.