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 Real Estate Principles Part 2 contains the following topics:
- Real Estate Math
- Real Estate Appraisal
- Real Estate Financing Principles
- Land Use Controls and Environmental Hazards
- Real Estate Specializations
- Real Estate Investments
- Property Management
- Estates, Transfers and Titles
- Closing Procedures/Closing the Real Estate Transaction
Principles of Real Estate II - Texas Real Estate Commission
- Texas Real Estate Commission
- Website URL:
- Email Address:
- 1700 N. Congress Avenue
TREC Guideline Update effective September 1, 2017
As of September 1st, new TREC Guidelines require students to take all qualifying exams in the presence of an official proctor. Click here to learn more.
TREC now requires exams to be taken in the presence of a qualified, eligible Proctor to qualify for a certificate of completion.
Please see below for a list of acceptable Proctors:
- An authorized notary
- Employees at official testing or learning/tutoring centers
- Librarians at a school, university, or public library
- College or university administrators, faculty, or academic advisors
- Clergy who are affiliated with a specific temple, synagogue, mosque, or church
- Members of the court system – a Judge, justice of the peace, magistrates, and prosecutors
- Law Enforcement Officers – a sergeant, lieutenant, or captain and
- Educational officers of a military installation or correctional facility.
As set out in Texas Occupations Code §53.025 and TREC Rule 541.1, you may be requested to provide a background check prior to enrolling in Texas real estate courses. If you have any criminal offenses, unpaid judgments, had discipline taken against a professional or occupational license, or have performed unlicensed activity, TREC requires you to consider submitting a completed Moral Character Determination Form before applying for a license.Close
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