This course provides the required 63 hour credit necessary to become a professionally licensed real estate sales associate, and meets the prerequisite requirement to take the State of Florida Real Estate Exam.
This course combines interactive lessons to review at your own pace, uinteractive exercises, visually stimulating instructional graphics, explainer videos and practice exams that ensure your understanding of the material.
Tampa School of Real Estate is the highest rated real estate license school in Tampa.
Our Florida Real Estate License online course has received over 121 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5.
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Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law is the most comprehensive pre-licensing course in the state of Florida. This course provides students with the latest developments in Florida's real estate law and practices.
Our online courses are the most comprehensive in the State of Florida! You are free to access these courses at anytime 24/7 from any internet connected computer. These courses combine lessons that students can review at their own pace, up to five different types of interactive exercises, visually stimulating instructional graphics, and exams that measure student understanding of the material.
Our eager and highly trained instructors are available by phone, email or in the classroom to assure that you fully understand and comprehend every topic of the course. Stuck on a certain detail? No problem, just call or email one of our instructors who will gladly explain the concept in detail.
All content found in this course conforms to the Florida Division of Real Estate's prescribed Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) Course I Syllabus for the post license course for sales associates.
|1||The Real Estate Business|
|2||License Law and Qualifications for Licensure|
|3||License Law and Administration|
|4||Brokerage Relationships and Ethics|
|5||Real Estate Brokerage Operations|
|6||Complaints, Violations, and Penalties|
|7||Federal and State Housing Laws|
|8||Property Rights: Estate, Tenancies, and Multiple Ownership Interest|
|9||Titles, Deeds, and Ownership Restrictions|
|11||Real Estate Contracts|
|12||Real Estate Finance|
|13||The Mortgage Market|
|14||Computations and Title Closing|
|15||Real Estate Investment Analysis and Business Opportunity Brokerage|
|16||Estimating Real Property Value|
|17||The Real Estate Market|
|18||Taxes Affecting Real Estate|
|19||Planning and Zoning|
|Practice Exams||End of Course Practice Exam|
|Final Exam||100 Question Multiple Choice Exam|
All content found in this course conforms to the Florida Division of Real Estate's prescribed Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) Course I Syllabus for the pre-license course for sales associates.
Obtaining a Florida Real Estate License is far easier than most would think. A Real Estate Career is a Fabulous Financial Opportunity. Be your own Boss! Work when you want as much as you want. Here's how to get started.
The Florida Real Estate Commission requires you complete the 63-Hour Pre-Licensing Course from a FREC approved real estate school. This course will teach you everything you need to know for both the state and class exams as well as teach you valuable information for your exciting new career.
We offer several real estate licensing classes throughout the Tampa Bay area as well as online. If you have a busy schedule or would prefer to work at your own pace, our online course would be right for you.
You can enroll online or by calling the school. The online course tuition is $239 and once registered, you'll have instant access to the course. Once started, you'll have access to the course for one year.
You will need to apply for your real estate license with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Approval of this application takes on average 1-2 weeks, but can take longer in special circumstances. You cannot schedule your state exam until this application is filed.
You can complete this application at anytime, but we recommend filing it before or during the course so you can take your state exam right after finishing the class and all the information is still "fresh in your head."
The State Application Fee is Currently: $89
Our career advisors are available to assist you with any questions you have regarding the application process. Part of the pre-licensing course is dedicated to covering how to file your state application.
As part of the application process, the Florida Real Estate Commission requires a background check be completed. You will need to submit fingerprints to the DBPR for the background check to begin.
To make this easy for you, we bring in a mobile fingerprinting vendor to several of our class locations regularly. We do not receive any kickbacks or fees for this service to ensure our students the lowest price possible. Call us to find out when the next available fingerprint date would be.
On-Site Fingerprinting Cost: $55
You can also get your fingerprints taken all over Florida at one of the Pearson VUE locations. Schedule Fingerprinting Appointment Here
Pearson VUE Fingerprinting Cost: $53.50
Once your application is approved, you'll be able to schedule your state exam. The state exam is offered everyday however, we recommend scheduling in advance as there is often a 1-2 week waiting period.
Current State Exam Fee: $36.75
|View Test Center Locations||Schedule State Exam|
Once you have completed the course, the review for the end-of-course exam begins. Everything you need to know for the end of course exam will be covered in the review sections. The course will take you through every chapter going over the material for your end of course and state exams.
The end of course exam is a 100 question, multiple choice exam. This exam is timed and you have three hours to complete. A passing score is 70% qualifies you to sit for the state exam..
If by chance you do not achieve at least a 70% don't sweat it, you're covered by our 1-Year Retake Guarantee. The Florida Real Estate Commission requires you wait at least 30 days before retaking the end of course exam, which gives you plenty of time to brush up on the course material. Due to Florida Real Estate Commission regulations, you are limited to two (2) exam attempts for the online course. If you do not pass on the second attempt, you will be required to purchase a new copy of the course.
Once you have successfully completed the course, you are now eligible to sit for the state exam. We will provide you with a completion certificate. You must take your completion certificate to the state testing center in order to sit for the exam.
The exam is 100 multiple choice questions. You have three and a half hours to complete the exam. A passing score of 75% will get you your Florida Real Estate License!
To help you further prepare yourself for the State Exam we also offer a weekend state exam review class. This class will review and reinforce the most important material of the pre-licensing course.
At the Tampa School of Real Estate, your success in the real estate industry is our greatest reward. If you do not pass the end of course exam you may retake both the course and exam free for one year. Simply review the topics you had trouble with and retake the exam when you feel ready. The Florida Real Estate Commission requires that you wait at least 30 days before retaking the end of course exam again and limit the course to one (1) retake.
How long does the course take to complete?
The course is self paced. You may spend as much time as necessary to complete the course and can retake the exam as necessary free for one year with our exclusive 1-Year Retake Guarantee.
Once I register for an online course, can I start it immediately?
Yes. The online enrollment process includes credit card verification. In under a minute, you are approved to start your desired online course(s). You will receive an e-mail confirmation for your records and you may begin the course immediately following registration or at any time you choose.
Must I complete the online course in one sitting, or can I log off and come back to it later?
Your online courses are engineered to "remember" where you left off, so you can return to a given section at a later time. Make sure you use the proper "Exit" buttons in the course so that your course is bookmarked properly. Normally you will need to complete online final exams (if applicable in your jurisdiction) in one sitting.
If I fail the course exam can I get a refund.
No the state of Florida prohibits schools from providing refunds for students that do not pass the end-of-course exam.
Is my credit card information safe?
Yes. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) with the highest level of encryption available is used to encrypt all of your personal information, including credit card number, name, address, and social security number, so that this information cannot be read as it is transmitted online. For all pages through which personal information is transmitted, SSL is used.
If I do not pass the end-of-course exam do I have to pay the school again to take the exam again?
No, you can retake the exam one addition time, free for one year with our exclusive 1-Year Retake Guarantee. Due to Florida Real Estate Commission Regulations in order to take the exam a third time you will have to re-register for the course and complete in full.
With the Tampa School of Real Estate, you have up to one year to retake our classroom courses. You may retake the course as many times as necessary as long as class seats are available. The Florida Real Estate Commission requires you wait at least thirty (30) days before retaking the end of course exam, and that you must retake the course in full before your third exam attempt.
With the Tampa School of Real Estate, you have access to our online course materials for up to one year. You may go through the course as many times as necessary. The Florida Real Estate Commission allows two attempts of the end of course exam and requires you wait at least thirty (30) days before retaking the exam.We Offer the Longest that the Florida Real Estate Commission Allows for enrollment of course
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