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Real Estate Program
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Florida Real Estate by [PRINT] Aims to provide an understanding of Florida real estate laws and practices. This book presents the non-technical content along with key terms, chapter summaries and review questions. It includes Coaching Tips and Math Buster features. It includes two practice exams to simulates the actual real estate exam providing critical exam preparation. This title is not the FSCJ program textbook.
Call Number: HD266.F6 I75 2009 (South Campus)
Publication Date: 2008-07-02
The Real Estate Agent's Guide to FSBOs by [PRINT] According to the National Association of Realtors, 86% of new real estate agents don't make it past their first year. The majority give up due to frustration and the overwhelming start-up costs involved in the industry. But there is an untapped resource that will help agents take their careers to new heights;the For-Sale-By-Owner (FSBO) listing. Many homeowners try to sell their home, without an agent, believing that they can find a buyer just as quickly and avoid paying a commission. But often, nothing can be further from the truth. Author John Maloof has built a stellar career by farming FSBOs. He made six figures his first year as a real estate agent using his prospecting plan. Now, in The Real Estate Agent's Guide to FSBOs, he shows other agents how they can do the same. Using these proven techniques, agents will learn how to: find FSBOs; approach a prospect; make a listing presentation that will convince even the most reluctant homeowner; handle rejections; formulate a marketing plan; service listings; build a referral base; stage open houses; close the sale. Complete with Internet resources and a sample resume and log sheet, this is the one book that will show new agents and experienced realtors alike how to make more money than they ever thought possible.
Call Number: HD1379 .M357 2008 (Kent Campus)
Publication Date: 2007-10-24
Barron's Real Estate Licensing Exams, 9th Edition by [PRINT] This study guide and test preparation manual has been updated to provide the latest information in real estate finance, federal law and regulation, and appraisal license requirements. Explains all aspects of real estate law and finance, including contracts, deeds, appraisals, brokerage, leasing, mortgages, federal regulation of Fair Housing, Truth-in-Lending, and environmental matters Presents more than 1,700 practice questions similar to those found on licensing exams, including 10 model tests All questions answered and explained The authors, who are experienced brokers and teachers, have included an extensive glossary of real estate terms that include practical examples.
Call Number: KF2042.R4 F75 2013 (Kent Campus)
Publication Date: 2013-05-01
Objective for this Guide
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Real Estate Sales Agent Workforce Certification (W.C.)
License law, real estate brokerage, and ethics
The Real Estate Sales Agent Workforce Certificate will allow you to assist clients in renting, buying, and selling property by becoming a real estate sales agent. This can be a very lucrative, exciting career. The program prepares you for state licensure testing and covers license law, real estate brokerage operations, agency and ethics, federal and state housing laws, titles, deeds and ownership restrictions.
Mortgage Loan Originator Workforce Certification (W.C.)
Mortgage Loans, Regulations and Ethics
FSCJ’s Mortgage Loan Originator Workforce Certificate program will fully prepare you for the national and state loan originator licensing examinations. You will learn the different types and availability of mortgage loans so, as a loan originator, you can help clients make informed financial decisions. And this program is available online making it accessible to students throughout the state.