Group Study

Whether you take the “Live In-Class“ or “Interactive Webinar,” this 12-Week program is designed for the audio-visual learning style where a student benefits from a live review of concepts and subject matter hard to glean from a book. This program offers a two-hour weekly coaching session with structure and strategic learning objectives led by a state qualified instructor!

Our flagship 12-Week program is designed for you to drop in at any time. Meaning, the course operates as a continuous loop of content provided independent of each subject. You can drop in and get started anytime! This course is designed to be completed in 12 weeks.

Package includes 3 physical text books, online chapter quizzes, online final exams, online 1100+ state exam practice questions, and 1-Day Prep Live In-Class or Interactive Webinar Course.

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Syllabus

PROPERTY OWNERSHIP, LAND USE CONTROLS AND REGULATIONS 

APPROXIMATELY 15% OF EXAM 

  • Classes of Property 

  • Property Characteristics 

  • Encumbrances 

  • Types of Ownership 

  • Descriptions of Property 

  • Government Rights in Land 

  • Public Controls 

  • Environmental Hazards and Regulations 

  • Private Controls 

  • Water Rights 

  • Special Categories of Land 

 

TRANSFER OF PROPERTY 

APPROXIMATELY 8% OF EXAM 

  • Title Insurance 

  • Deeds 

  • Escrow 

  • Tax Aspects 

  • Special Processes 

  • Transfer through Court Supervision 

  • Types of Vesting 

 

PROPERTY VALUATION AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS  

APPROXIMATELY 14% OF EXAM 

  • Value 

  • Methods of Estimating Value and the Appraisal Process 

  • Financial Analysis 

 

FINANCING 

APPROXIMATELY 9% OF EXAM 

  • General Concepts 

  • Types of Loans 

  • Sources of Finance 

  • Government Programs 

  • Mortgages/Deeds of Trust/Notes 

  • Financing/Credit Laws 

  • Loan Brokerage 

  • Types of Loan Originators 

 

LAWS OF AGENCY AND FIDUCIARY DUTY 

APPROXIMATELY 17% OF EXAM 

  • Law, Definition and Nature of Agency Relationships, Types of Agencies and Agents 

  • Creation of Agency and Agency Agreements 

  • Responsibilities of Agent to Seller/Buyer as Principal 

  • Disclosure of Agency 

  • Disclosure of Acting as Principal or other Interest 

  • Termination of Agency 

  • Commission and Fees 

  • Responsibilities of Agent to Non-Client Third Parties 

 

CONTRACTS 

APPROXIMATELY 12% OF EXAM 

  • General Contracts 

  • Listing Agreements 

  • Advance Fee Agreements 

  • Buyer-Broker Agreements 

  • Offers and Purchase Contract 

  • Purchase/Leases Options 

  • Promissory Notes/Securities 

  • Agreements 

 

REAL ESTATE PRACTICE AND DISCLOSURES 

APPROXIMATELY 25% OF EXAM 

  • Trust Account Management 

  • Fair Housing Laws 

  • Truth in Advertising 

  • Record Keeping Requirements 

  • Agency Supervision 

  • Permitted Activities of Unlicensed Sales Assistants 

  • Department of Real Estate Jurisdiction and Disciplinary Actions 

  • Licensing and Continuing Education Requirements and Procedures 

  • Trust Funds Accounts 

  • Fair Housing Laws 

  • Truth in Advertising 

  • California Real Estate Recovery Fund 

  • General Ethics 

  • Technology 

  • Property Management 

  • Commercial/Industrial/Income Property 

  • Specialty Areas 

  • Transfer Disclosure Statement 

  • Natural Hazard Disclosure Statements 

  • Disclosure of Material Facts Affecting Property Value 

  • Need for Inspection and Obtaining/Verifying Information 

  • Reports 

  • Servicing Diverse Populations 

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KW Real Estate Schools courses are approved by the California Bureau of Real Estate as home study/correspondence courses – not live courses. They include the benefits of “non-mandatory” group coaching sessions to informally review previously submitted homework assignments and to answer general questions related to course content. 

 

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