Real Estate Professional Program
with CCI Instructor
Real estate refers to a piece of land, the buildings, natural resources on it (crops, water, minerals) and the interests associated with it. Real estate law defines the essentials to the buying/selling of real property. Far from a simple transaction, real estate law governs the procedures surrounding appraisal, finance, title and transfer of real property. Real estate law also governs various substantive issues related to housing discrimination, housing credit discrimination, and community reinvestment. This program will examine the real estate finance transaction from the practitionerís viewpoint and will cover the laws governing and normal documentation utilized in a real estate finance transaction, negotiation skills, title insurance, remedies, and other facets of a real estate secured loan. As an introduction to Real Estate Law, this course offers students: a fundamental understanding of property rights, principles of land ownership, sale, financing and conveyance, contracts, liens, mortgage financing, deeds, mortgages or deeds of trust, settlement concepts, leasing, and other property concepts. Examine real estate principles, learn to draft/prepare listing and sales agreements, documents associated with title, deed, mortgage, closing, lease, arbitration and litigation, foreclosure, as well as how to research and examine real estate issues and ethics. This class will help prepare the student to take the Real Estate Licensing Exam but does not guarantee a certification. Tuition includes textbooks and eBooks.
Required: Computer with Microsoft Office.Condensed Curriculum instructors are local industry professionals and bring formal teaching and/or field training experience to the classroom. Most have at least seven years of practical work, often times entering the classroom after decades in the field.Code: 30PROF.02.318
Jan 2 - Mar 31st, 2018
Mon - Fri from 7:00 am - 11:45 pm
For more info, call us at (207) 934-7922