Real Property Ownership & Land Use
As a real estate agent and a licensee, you will be frequently hearing terms such as ‘real estate’, ‘personal property’, ‘land’ and ‘fixture’. It is important to realize that while these terms sound similar, they actually refer to different types of properties.
This 4-hour course on Real Property Ownership & Land Use is designed to introduce students to the various terminology commonly used in the field of real estate. The course will introduce learners to the nuances of real estate management.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to differentiate between real estate and personal property. You will also have knowledge of managing and administering various types of properties.
Some of the other modules that you will study as part of the course curriculum are:
- Definition and meaning of ‘land’, ‘real estate’, ‘fixture’ and ‘personal property’
- Differences between of various types of properties
- Types of water rights and air rights
- Purchase, sale, and transfer of property
- Methods and ways of land use
- National, regional, city-level and neighborhood-level legislation and regulations regarding land use
- Role of citizens, private businesses, public agencies and municipal bodies in the control, maintenance, and development of land and property
The course curriculum also contains numerous practical, real-world examples. The course also includes a large repository of content questions, quizzes and case studies with attached answers, explanation, and feedback. Students must complete all assignments to be considered for course completion.
This course on Real Property Ownership & Land Use is ideal for everyone, from college graduates to industry veterans.
- Course Delivery Online Interactive
- Credit Hours 4 hours
- Credit Type General
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Maximum students 1000
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:- Describe the difference between land, real estate and real property.- Recognize the difference between real property and personal property.- State the definition of a fixture.- Explain the general character of surface, subsurface and air rights, as well as littoral and riparian rights.- Outline the basic features of the metes and bounds survey method and the rectangular survey method.- Distinguish the vertical method of land description from other survey methods. – Name the basic public and private methods employed to control the use and development of land.- Outline the highest and best use theory of land use.