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Principles of Real Estate I -TREC 121 (PDF)
Texas Real Estate Principles Part 1 is a 30-hour course required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for anyone who wishes to become a licensed real estate agent in Texas. The course provides a comprehensive overview of real estate principles. TREC mandates that all real estate agents obtain a total of 60 hours of course work in the principles of real estate. For this reason, there is a second, 30-hour, part of this course, Texas Real Estate Principles Part 2. While both courses work independently of the other, we suggest that for continuity and convenience, you take both parts together.
Texas Principles of Real Estate Part 1 covers the following topics:
- Texas License Law
- Real Property Ownership and Land Use
- Code of Ethics in Real Estate Practice
- Fair Housing
- Land Description and Ownership Interests
Principles of Real Estate II - TREC 122 (PDF)
Texas Real Estate Principles Part 2 is a 30-hour course required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for anyone who wishes to become a licensed real estate agent in Texas. The course provides a comprehensive overview of real estate principles. TREC mandates that all real estate agents obtain a total of 60 hours of course work in the principles of real estate. For this reason, there is an additional 30-hour part of this course, Texas Real Estate Principles Part 1. While both courses work independently of the other, we suggest that for continuity and convenience, you take both parts together.
Texas Principles of Real Estate Part 2 contains the following topics:
- Land Use Controls and Environmental Hazards
- Real Estate Appraisal
- Real Estate Finance
- Titles and Records
- Closing and Settlement Costs
- Real Estate Math
- Listing Agreements
- Leasing and Property Management and Other Specialties
- Real Estate Investments
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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 ones 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 course 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. The course ends with case studies and real world practice, which will aid the student in becoming confident and familiar with the various aspects of asset management.Learn more
A deed is the most common written instrument used to convey the title to real property. Consequently, all real estate professionals need a clear understanding of the uses and purposes of different types of deeds. This course illustrates the difference between the concept of title and the concept of a deed. This course includes the following lessons:Introduction to Deeds and Title Conveyance Types of Deeds State-Specific Information Real Estate Practice The first lesson of this course reviews the requirements of a legally enforceable contract. And, because a deed is a legal contract between two parties, requirements for a deed to legally convey the title to real property are also reviewed and explained in detail.The second lesson of this course covers types of deeds and their different uses. Types of deeds differ in the extent of covenants and warranties on the title that are offered to the grantee. The most common types of deeds for voluntary land conveyance are general warranty deeds, special warranty deeds, bargain and sale deeds and quitclaim deeds. The lesson then identifies other types of deeds that may be used for special purposes. However, all states have distinctive legislation pertaining to title conveyance. As a result, the third lesson of this course outlines relevant state statutes that affect deeds, including those that differentiate between the unauthorized practice of law and the lawful role of real estate professionals. The last lesson in this course is a real estate practice lesson in which the student is presented with real world situations that licensees might face in the field. This lesson gives the student the opportunity to employ his or her new knowledge, and to use the material in this course to properly manage ethical predicaments and problematic transactions.Learn more