Florida Post-Licensing for Sales Associates Course

Post Licensing Course

Florida Post-Licensing for Sales Associates Course

Price: $98.00

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If you’re a first-year Florida sales associate and need to complete a 45-hour post-licensing course, this is the option for you.

Benefit from an online course that lets you learn on your schedule! Make sure you keep your career on track by meeting your post-license requirements before the deadline.

Choose This Standalone Course to Meet Requirements After You’re Licensed

The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) requires you to complete a 45-hour post-licensing course prior to your real estate license expiration date. Make the smart choice - Allied’s FREC-approved Florida Real Estate Post-Licensing Course provides all the training you need in a simple online format.

Course Description

Florida Post-Licensing for Sales Associates is designed to teach you the practical, on-the-job skills that a real estate licensee needs to be successful. The course focuses on activities such as advertising, qualifying prospects, filling out loan applications and agency disclosure forms, and performing a competitive market analysis. Relevant forms, data charts, and illustrations are included within the units.

Course Overview

  • Florida Post-Licensing for Sales Associates, textbook
  • 13 required units
  • Each unit includes: Reading assignment, multiple-choice unit exam
  • Correspondence course with online exams
  • Textbook available for an additional cost
  • Course Syllabus

Course Objectives

  • Recall aspects of beginning a real estate career, including types of employment opportunities, activities of new sales associates, interviewing and choosing a brokerage, and the basics of the industry.
  • Identify the characteristics of a successful sales associate, and recall the financial, technological, and professional tools needed by a new associate.
  • Recognize elements of productivity management, such as business plans, personal marketing plans, and time management plans, and identify factors related to each.
  • Differentiate between established and new neighborhoods, and classify property types and styles and elements that define them.
  • Specify disclosures sellers must receive (including agency disclosures), elements of a listing agreement, and forms/disclosures the seller must deliver to other parties.
  • Recall disclosures buyers must receive (including agency disclosure) and elements of the sale/purchase agreement.
  • Identify types of prospects, as well as prospecting methods and laws.
  • Recognize components of property marketing and advertising.
  • Classify elements of effective listing presentations (including preparation), types of listing agreements, and NAR guidelines regarding listings.
  • Indicate practices for servicing a listing, including the steps involved in staging the home, marketing the listing, and holding an open house.
  • Recall elements of working with buyers, such as representation, prospecting, and recognizing buying signs and closing the sale.
  • Indicate the stages of writing and presenting an offer, handling counteroffers, and offer acceptance.
  • Specify financing terms, distinguish among notes and instruments, recognize types of loans and aspects of the loan process, and recall consumer protection laws.

Enroll in Allied’s 45-Hour Online Florida Post-Licensing. Focus on your career first, and then complete your post-licensing course from anywhere, and at any time you choose.

Note: 100% online package w/e-textbook (Hardcopy textbook available for an additional cost)

The Florida Real Estate Post-Licensing Course is also available with a pre-license course and online exam preparation materials in one convenient package.

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