Approval #:3270 Sponsor Code:
This course is iPad compatible and contains audio/video components throughout. If you've ever thought about increasing your business by working with investor clients this course is for you! Whether the property is a small rental house or a big shopping center, there are specific skillsets, terminology and experience required to give these types of clients the reasonable skill and care that is to be expected of a real estate agent. Your instructor, Tom Lundstedt, CCIM will guide you through the process of evaluating an investment property. You will learn how to use an Investment Property Worksheet to calculate the cash flow, income tax savings, depreciation and rate of return for a rental property. In addition the instructor will coach you through a real world case study that involves assisting an investor who is interested in purchasing an investment property. The process will be simple and fun! The worksheet and information presented in this course will serve you throughout your entire real estate career.
This state will NOT accept a faxed or emailed Certificate of Completion. An original signature is required. North Carolina requires a timing mechanism for all distance education courses to ensure that courses cannot be completed in less time than the approved credit hours.
Approval #:3324 Sponsor Code:
This course is iPad compatible. Take your business to a higher level by expanding your knowledge of investment real estate. In this advanced - yet easy-to-understand - course you will laugh and learn with your instructor, Tom Lundstedt, CCIM. Through a variety of lecture, recordings of live seminars, case studies and real-world, down-to-earth examples, Tom will take you Beyond the Basics of real estate investing.
Approval #:3271 Sponsor Code:
This course is iPad compatible and contains audio and video components throughout. Master the skills necessary to work successfully with real estate investors in this entertaining and enlightening course. You will build upon the basic knowledge you gained in How to Work with Real Estate Investors - Part 1. (Please note: It's not a requirement to have taken Part 1 first. This is a stand-alone course.) You'll laugh and learn as your instructor, Tom Lundstedt, CCIM, enthusiastically leads you through real world, rental property examples. When you've completed this course, you'll be able to comfortably "talk the talk" with your investor clients about such items as: cash flow, NOI, depreciation, rate of return, cap rate, cash on cash and much more. You'll be able to put to use five different methods to determine a rental property's value. This course will increase your confidence when working with investor clients and open your eyes to many new opportunities.
Approval #:2941 Sponsor Code: 1187
This course is iPad compatible. This course is designed as a practical guide that will cover all facets of the law of agency. It will cover the history of agency law and common law and give an overview of the development of the agency arrangement throughout the years. The course will explain the key elements of fiduciary responsibility, as well as the consequences for failing to carry out those responsibilities.
Course has Dual Credit with SC! This state will NOT accept a faxed or emailed Certificate of Completion. An original signature is required. If you need the expedited service, please request the Overnight option. Thank you!
Approval #:3319 Sponsor Code: 1187
This course is iPad compatible. Foreign investments in US real estate are on the upswing in many cities in the US, and this trend is likely to grow in the future. Foreign investments impact almost all real estate market segments, including residential, commercial, and industrial. In addition, current statistics show the sum of foreign investments is a huge part of our real estate industry.Real estate professionals should understand the dynamics of working with these investors and the important role they plays in our economy. Understanding issues such as cultural differences, financing for foreign persons and establishing credit, in addition to components such as the EB-5 Program and the Foreign Investment Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA), are key to being successful in working with foreign buyers and sellers. With new technology available, listing agents should know how to market their listings to attract this market. This course will explore the various aspects of foreign investment in US real estate and will provide professionals with a practical approach on how to work with this market segment. Trends, examples, and case studies will also be offered.
Course has Dual Credit with SC! This state will NOT accept a faxed or emailed Certificate of Completion. An original signature is required. North Carolina requires a timing mechanism for all distance education courses to ensure that courses cannot be completed in less time than the approved hours.
Approval #:3353 Sponsor Code: 1187
This course is iPad compatible. Commercial real estate encompasses a wide array of property types – from office and retail space, to residential rental properties, to heavy manufacturing and warehousing. Some real estate licensees may cover the spectrum of commercial real estate, while others will choose to specialize in one or a few distinct types of properties and/or clients. These transactions may be simple or quite complicated. In addition, knowledge of sophisticated financial software programs is an important tool for successful transactions. This course serves as a primer for those wishing to enter into the commercial real estate business, and for those who wish for a back-to-basics refresher.
This state will NOT accept a faxed or emailed Certificate of Completion. An original signature is required. North Carolina requires a timing mechanism for all distance education courses to ensure that courses cannot be completed in less time than the approved hours.
Approval #:3360 Sponsor Code: 1187
This course is iPad compatible. This course provides an in-depth look at FHA mortgage lending policies. The purpose is to familiarize real estate professionals with the current regulations and how they apply to residential lending of various property types. First, it investigates what FHA deems to be unacceptable locations. It details potential hazards such as subsidence, heavy traffic, and proximity to high-voltage transmission lines and high-pressure gas lines. Next, it analyzes specific issues about the property itself. This includes an analysis of the physical improvements and site improvements, such as wells and septic systems. Later, it addresses defective structural conditions and maintenance issues. It details when properties can be approved “as is” and when they need to have repairs or replacement of defective items. It also indicates the requirements for satisfactory inspection of mechanical systems such as heating and cooling systems, plumbing and electrical systems. It examines FHA 203(K) and Streamlined (K) mortgages that are designed for rehabilitation. It will also document the FHA requirements for various specific property types.
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This is a non-credit course.