Continuing Education                
Florida Real Estate Continuing Education for only $19.95.

14 Hour of Florida Real Estate CE for $19.95. The Florida Real Estate Commission requires Salesperson licensees to complete 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years, 3 hours of which must be in Florida law. Our all-online packages satisfy all DBPR Division of Real Estate’s requirements and give you the flexibility to take your CE courses whenever and wherever it's convenient for you. 

Florida 14 Hr CE Package including the Florida Law 3 Hr course
  • Florida Law Course
  • Asset Management
  • Contracts, Purchases and Sales Agreements
  • Fair Housing








Florida 45 Hour FREC approved post licensing course $99

This course will provide updates towards statutory & rule changes that affect both the licensee and the Fl real estate market. Florida Real Estate Sales Associates must complete the 45 hr post -Licensing education course before their 1st license renewal, on subjects approved by the Florida Real Estate Commission. This online class will present new hands-on training in many important subject areas & at the same time build upon the principles and practices learned in the prelicensing course.

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Florida Real Estate School Online
From the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation DIVISION OF REAL ESTATE

Real Estate Associate

  • Successfully complete a FREC-approved pre-licensing course for sales associates consisting of 63 classroom-hours and covering the topics required by the FREC. 
  • The course is valid for licensure purposes for two years after the course completion date.
  • Licensees with a permanent physical disability as defined by FREC may qualify for a correspondence pre-licensing course if unable, due to a permanent physical disability, to attend the site where the course is conducted.
  • Submit a completed application, electronic fingerprints & appropriate fee.
  • Pass the Florida Real Estate Sales Associate Examination (external link) with a grade of at least 75 or pass the Florida Real Estate Law Exam with a grade of at least 30.
  • Activate the license, otherwise the license is issued in an inactive status.  
  • This can be doneusing the DBPR RE 10-Sales Associate, Broker Sales Associate 
  • Transactions form. Alternatively, once the new license number is issued, the broker can activate the sales associate using the broker's online account.
  • Whether holding an active or inactive license, successfully complete a FREC-approved post-licensing course for sales associate consisting of at least 45 classroom-hours, prior to the expiration of the initial sales associate license


  • This course will provide updates towards statutory & rule changes that affect both the licensee and the Fl real estate market. 
  • Florida Real Estate Sales Associates must complete the 45 hr post -icensing education course before their 1st license renewal, on subjects approved by the Florida Real Estate Commission. 
  • This online class will present new hands-on training in many important subject areas &at the same time build upon the principles and practices learned in the prelicensing course.


Courses

Florida Law

  • The focus of this module is to refresh legal concepts and their importance in the practice of real estate. 
  • For instance, because of the many divergent types of businesses and people that a brokerage deals with, it is essential that licensed sales associates and broker associates as well as brokers themselves are sufficiently knowledgeable about the laws regulating their profession. 
  • This module is designed to explore some of these distinctions as well as some of the general obligations of these individual licensees. 
  • This module covers a broad range of issues related to license law. To help the student navigate this subject, it includes the following lessons: 

  • The Commission
  • Registration and Partnerships 
  • Licensing and Examinations 
  • Real Estate Business Practices

  • In addition, this module includes a final practice lesson. 
  • this concluding lesson presents real-world dilemmas and concrete applications of the information presented in the rest of the course.
  •  As the student completes this course, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of license law, how it relates directly to him or her and its necessity within the practice of this profession. 
  • The last lesson will help with this objective by presenting comprehensive content questions, practice problems and case studies.

Fair Housing

  • This course covers broad issues on fair housing laws. 
Specifically, the student will learn: 
  • what fair housing laws exist, 
  • how can one avoid discriminating practices, and 
  • what the consequences are for non-compliance with fair housing laws. 
  • what classes of individuals are covered under these laws, 
  • how discrimination is defined in real estate, 

This module addresses the following topics:

  • Introduction to Fair Housing 
  • Enforcement of Fair Housing Laws 
  • Avoiding Discriminatory Practices 
  • Discrimination 
  • Additional Legal Protections to Prevent Discrimination 
  • Real World Practice 
  • Florida State Laws and Regulations 

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Asset Management

  • Asset Management is the term used for the decision-making process involved in maximizing returns on real property investments. 
  • This process includes such decisions as whether or not to renew a lease for a tenant, purchase or lease more assets, improve, sell or rent one’s current assets, etc.
  •  The asset manager must be aware of market trends and indicators and must be able to accurately predict the cash inflows and outflows of his or her own holdings. 
  • This module provides an introduction to the basics of asset management.
  •  It introduces the student to the key ideas and concepts of management as well as the techniques a manager will use to evaluate the market and evaluate the financial impact of alternatives in order to make properly informed decisions.
  •  The student will learn how to handle distressed properties and how to successfully market a revenue-increasing strategy.


Contracts Purchase & Sales Agreements

  • Clear, mutually-acceptable agreements are an essential component of the legal transference of ownership.
  •  In the practice of real estate, contracts are the instruments used to describe and record the agreements surrounding the conveyance of property.
  • Some type of contract is nearly always involved, whether a salesperson is promising to sell a property within a specified period of time, a prospective buyer is placing an offer on a house or a seller is considering an offer on property.

  • Before entering into a legally binding agreement, real estate professionals must fully understand the contracts that govern their industry. 
  • Failure to understand contracts opens a licensee to various kinds of liability and can seriously damage one’s professional reputation. 
  • Therefore, it is vital that real estate professionals learn this material so that they can protect themselves against errors, oversights and misunderstandings.
  • In this module, the student will learn about the types of general contracts as well as the different kinds of real estate contracts. 
  • The module begins by providing the student with an overview of the various types of contracts: 
  • bilateral, 
  • unilateral, 
  • implied, 
  • express, 
  • executed,
  •  executory, 
  • valid, 
  • void, 
  • voidable and 
  • unenforceable. 

  • Once the student is introduced to the different types of contracts, he or she learns what makes a contract legally enforceable, 

this being the five components that make a contract valid: 
  • mutual assent,
  •  legally competent parties, 
  • consideration, 
  • lawful objective and 
  • adherence to a statute of frauds.

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