Florida Pre-License Sales Associate
If you’re interested in obtaining a Florida real estate license, the first thing you need to do is enroll for the mandatory 63-hour Florida Pre-License Sales Associate course. From learning about real estate laws to understanding real estate financing, you will be introduced to various topics.
This course is perfect for beginners and experts alike and covers both residential and commercial real estate areas. It will help you get acquainted with the dynamic world of the Florida real estate industry. With lots of real-life examples and detailed academic resources, this course is ideal for anyone interested in stepping into real estate sales in Florida.
- Course Delivery Downloadable course materials with online interactive quizzes and exam.
- Credit Hours 63 hours
- Credit Type Pre License
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Maximum students 1000
regulations pertaining to appraising- Distinguish among the various types of value- Define market value and describe its underlying assumptions- Distinguish among value, price and cost- Describe the four characteristics of value- Distinguish among the principles of value- Differentiate among the three approaches to estimating the value of real property- Calculate value using gross multiplier analysis- Explain how to prepare a CMA- Explain how building codes regulate building construction.- Distinguish among the various types of lots.- Distinguish among the various roof styles.- Explain the basic requirements of Floridas contractors license law and many situations that may require a real estate licensee to use a licensed contractor.- Describe basic residential building components and materials.- Explain the mechanical and electrical systems that go into a home.- Identify the various types of insulation and minimum R-values.- Explain the various environmental hazards associated with real estate.- Elucidate the terminology concerning real estate investment.- List and compare the advantages and disadvantages of real estate investments.- Assess the various risks involved in real estate investment.- Clarify the nature of business brokerage.- Understand the differences among immune, exempt and partially exempt property.- Be able to describe the various personal exemptions available to qualified owners of homestead property.- Be able to compute the property tax on a specific parcel, given the current tax rate, assessed value and eligible exemptions.- Be able to list the steps involved in the tax appeal procedure.- Be able to describe the purpose of Florida’s Green Belt Law.- Know how to calculate the cost of a special assessment, given the conditions and the amounts involved.- Understand how to determine taxable income of investment real estate.- Be able to distinguish between installment sales and like-kind exchange- Identify the physical characteristics of real estate.- Describe the economic characteristics of real estate.- Compare and contrast the factors that influence supply and demand.- Distinguish among different ways of interpreting market conditions.- Recognize the different market indicators.- Describe the composition and authority of the local planning agency.- Understand the provisions of Floridas comprehensive plan and Growth Management Act.- Identify the five general zoning classifications.- Recognize zoning ordinances, building codes and health ordinances.- Explain the purpose of a variance, special exception and nonconforming-use.- Apply the percentage of land reserved for streets and other facilities.- Determine the minimum number of square feet per lot.- Calculate the number of lots available for development, given the total number of acres.- Identify the characteristics of a Planned Unit Development (PUD).- Explain the provisions of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).