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Real Estate 102

Real Estate Principles

Unit(s): 3

Class Hours: 48 Lecture total.

Provides basic information about real estate and prepares students for advanced study in specialized courses. Includes deeds, titles, agency, contracts, mathematics, finance, appraisal, escrow, leases. Required for the California real estate salesperson license. CSU

 

Real Estate 103

Legal Aspects of Real Estate

Unit(s): 3

Class Hours: 48 Lecture total.

California real estate law including contracts, ownership, estates, easements, landlord-tenant, trust deeds, liens, agency, security devices, and land use. Applies towards: (1) required course for the California real estate salesperson licensing; and (2) California real estate broker’s license requirements. CSU

 

Real Estate 105

Real Estate Practice

Unit(s): 3

Class Hours: 48 Lecture total.

Operation of the real estate business and the role of the agent. Includes listing, prospecting, sales techniques, use of current real estate forms; financing, title insurance, escrow and taxation. This course is required for the educational requirement for the California real estate salesperson license and may be applied toward the California real estate broker license requirements. CSU

 

Real Estate 106

Real Estate Finance

Unit(s): 3

Class Hours: 48 Lecture total.

Analysis of real estate financing. Covers the mortgage market, lenders, conventional and government-backed loans, processing and closing loans, foreclosures. Applies towards the partial fulfillment for the educational requirements for (1) California real estate salesperson license and (2) California real estate broker license. CSU

 

Real Estate 110

Real Estate Economics

Unit(s): 3

Class Hours: 48 Lecture total.

Covers the factors influencing real estate values. Includes business cycles, regional and community growth, influences on real estate development. Applies towards the partial fulfillment for the educational requirements for (1) California real estate salesperson license and (2) California real estate broker license. CSU

 

Real Estate 112

Real Property Management

Unit(s): 3

Class Hours: 48 Lecture total.

Principles and practices of managing residential, apartment, commercial and income properties. Covers property management, leases and contracts, collections, rent schedules, tenant selection and supervision, and budgets. Applies towards the partial fulfillment for the educational requirements for (1) California real estate salesperson license and (2) California real estate broker license. CSU

 

Real Estate 114

Appraisal Principles and Procedures

Unit(s): 3.5

Class Hours: 60 Lecture total.

The principles and procedures of appraisal used to estimate market values; location analysis, standards and ethics, and the sales comparison, cost, and income approaches for residential properties. Course applies 60 hours of educational instruction towards the requirements for licensure from the California Office of Real Estate Appraisal (OREA). Course is required for the appraisal licenses for trainee, residential, certified residential, and certified general license. CSU

 

Real Estate 116

Residential Real Estate Appraisal

Unit(s): 3.5

Class Hours: 60 Lecture total.

Studies in residential market analysis and highest and best use; residential appraiser site valuation and cost approach; and residential sales comparison and income approach. Course applies 60 hours of educational instruction towards the requirements for licensure from the California Office of Real Estate (OREA). Course is required for the appraisal licenses for trainee, residential, certified residential, and certified general license. CSU

 

Real Estate 117

Residential Report Writing and Case Studies

Unit(s): 1

Class Hours: 16 Lecture total.

Residential report writing and case studies in appraisal to include theories, techniques, and procedures of using various residential forms and reports for appraisal. Course applies 16 hours of educational instruction towards the requirements for licensure from the California Office of Real Estate Appraisal (OREA). Course is required for the appraisal licenses for trainee, residential, certified residential, and certified general license. CSU