|Principles of Real Estate - No. 0111|
The course is organized to help build your knowledge of real estate. For example, land description methods and rights and interests in land are necessary to sales contracts, abstracts, deeds, mortgages, and listings, and therefore are discussed early in the text.
The course is constructed around the textbook 'Texas Real Estate' by Charles J. Jacobus, which is included with the course. Each of the 17 Units in the course corresponds with a chapter in the text. The first page of each unit tells you the appropriate text chapter to study. You should work through the units in the order presented, even though this will require studying some the chapters in the text out of order.
|1||Nature and Description of Real Estate|
|2||Rights and Interests in Land|
|3||Forms of Ownership|
|5||Recordation, Abstracts, and Title Insurance|
|6||Mortgage Theory and the Law|
|8||The Loan and the Consumer|
|9||Sources of Financing|
|10||Types of Financing|
|11||Title Closing and Escrow|
|13||Licensing Laws & Professional Affiliation|
|14||The Principal-Broker Relationship: Employment|
|15||Fair Housing, ADA, Equal Credit, & Comm. Reinvestment|
|16||Condominiums, Cooperatives, PUDS, & Timeshares|
|17||Land Use Control|
The course contains practice quizzes, exercises and flashcards for each of the units, and is completed with a multiple choice final exam.