How to Get a Florida Real Estate License
Here is where a great career in Real Estate can begin.
A 63-hour view of the theoretical, practical, and legal aspects of real estate to aid the aspiring real estate sales associate in successfully completing the course, end of course exam, and state licensing exam. Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law sets the standard for real estate education in Florida. Updated annually, this new edition provides students with the latest developments in Florida real estate law and practice. Students can reinforce key concepts with interactive practice activities, end–of–unit quizzes, and a 100–question practice exam.
This course is required of persons who live in Florida and wish to be licensed as a Florida Real Estate Sales Associate. If you are an attorney, or if you live in another state that qualifies for mutual recognition, other rules that can be found at www.myfloridalicense.com may apply. Students must successfully complete an end-of-course examination with a passing grade of at least 70%, followed passing a state exam with a score of at least 75% to obtain a Florida real estate license.
The sales associate applicant must
■ be 18 years of age or older;
■ have a high school diploma or its equivalent;
■ possess a Social Security number;
■ be honest, truthful, trustworthy, of good character, and have a reputation for fair
■ be competent and qualified to make real estate transactions and conduct
negotiations with safety to investors and others.
YOUR TUITION INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS NEEDED TO BEGIN THE COURSE!
“Did You Find What You Need?” For Additional Resources & Testing:
- Exam Prep Course (Click Here)
- Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law eBook (Click Here)
- Florida Real Estate Exam Manual for Sales Associates and Brokers (Click Here)
- Florida Sales Associate Pre-licensing Key Point Review Audio MP3s (Click Here)
- Mastering Real Estate Math eBook (Click Here)
For More Add-Ons (Click Here)
Once class has begun, there are NO REFUNDS. The student may cancel within 10 days of the registration date to receive a refund less a $50 cancellation fee. After 10 days of registration date, if the student cannot attend registered course, they will receive credit for a future class of up to 6 months from said date. Absences must be for medical reasons or family emergencies and the student will still be required to make up missed classes and complete the end-of-course exam within 30 calendar days of the last date of the course.
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