Texas Real Estate Law Course
Texas Real Estate Law CoursePrice: $88.00
Students will gain a firm grasp of the national and state laws that affect Texas Real Estate. They will be able to define legal terms, explain legal processes, identify governing bodies that make, and learn the value of professionalism and ethics. New correspondence version with convenient downloadable PDFs. TREC approved.
About Your Texas Real Estate Course
Gain access to PDF eBooks to read on the go and take quizzes and exams online!
- Convenient eBooks in Downloadable PDF Format
- No Seat Time Requirement – You may complete courses in no less than three days (max 12 hours per day)
- Quizzes and Final Exams Completed Online
- 100% Required on All Assignments, except Final
- Proctored Final Exam
- Hardcopy Textbooks Available for an Additional Cost
Real Estate Law (30 Hours)
This course allows students to get a strong understanding of national and state laws that affect Texas Real Estate. You’ll learn a broad overview of U.S. law as well as specific legal issues that pertain to real estate. This is a 30-hour correspondence course with online quizzes and final.
- Real Estate Law, 5th edition, Tom Jensen and Daniel Hamilton, 2015
- 14 required units: 30 Hours
- Each unit includes: Overview, Objectives, Assignments, Multiple-Choice Lesson Quizzes, Multiple-Choice Unit Exam
- Online Final (covers 1-15): Must log 1500 minutes prior to access, 60 Multiple-Choice questions, Proctored, 2 hour time limit
This course serves to educate the student on Texas Real Estate Law. Although this course was written primarily for real estate students, consumers and investors may also glean some useful insights. Students will gain a firm grasp of the national and state laws that affect Texas Real Estate. They will be able to define legal terms, explain legal processes, and identify governing bodies that make and change the laws.
This course is designed first to give students an overview of the legal system in the United States and then narrow in on specific legal issues in real estate. Students will learn the legal responsibilities of brokers and salespeople, and they will also learn the steps needed to obtain a salesperson or broker license. They will learn the value of professionalism and ethics. Other skills students will acquire include differentiating among the different types of estates, defining key legal terms, identifying landlord-tenant laws, defining contract law, and determining the regulations on ownership and use.
- Recall the factors necessary for success in a real estate career and identify the activities a real estate licensee may perform
- Recall the Subchapters of TRELA and recognize the Texas requirements to obtain and renew a real estate license and the conduct for which a Texas real estate licensee can be disciplined
- Recognize the various brokerage relationships, the responsibilities of agents and principals, and the ways agency relationships are created and terminated
- Specify the ethical and legal business practices regarding fair housing and civil rights
- Specify the ethical business practices Texas real estate licensees should follow
- Indicate the legal requirements for valid contracts and how they are interpreted
- Specify basic characteristics of contracts and identify the types of contracts used in real estate transactions
- Identify the characteristics of personal and real property
- Identify the types of legal descriptions of real property
- Recall the types of ownership interests in real property
- Identify the manner in which real property interests can be held
- Identify the manner in which real property interests can be acquired and conveyed
- Recognize the federal and state regulations that restrict and govern land use in Texas
- Recall relevant clauses of the landlord-tenant act that pertain to the leasing process, classification of leases, and clauses used in lease contracts
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TREC Approved Proprietary School ID # 990009260; QE Provider # 0595; MCE Provider #04850
Course code: 9-TX-LAW-16