Brokerage Administration I

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This course is required by the Colorado Real Estate Commission in order to upgrade from Associate or Independent Broker to the Managing/Employing Broker level. This course may also be used to meet the 12 hours of elective continuing education required each license cycle. This course may also be used for out of state brokers wishing to activate a Colorado license at the Employing/Managing Broker level of authority. Verify your requirements online at


Note: This course is NOT acceptable to activate an inactive or expired license. Visit for information on the appropriate course or program required for activation.

Course Objective:

To provide a course of study for the practical application of laws, rules and sound business practices for the management, operation and supervision of a real estate brokerage company. Upon completion participants will have obtained an understanding and working knowledge of the necessary components of an office policy, independent contractor agreements, supervision of employed broker associates and an ability to understand and apply the requirements of recordkeeping and trust accounts. Participants will have obtained a basic knowledge of real estate brokerage business planning and will be able to explain the functions and role of the Real Estate Commission and the Division of Real Estate.

Course Description:

Students will experience several quizzes and examinations throughout the material together with a policy workshop. An office policy workshop allows the student the opportunity to start their policy per statute and assists in the development process thereof. Passage of the final exam is required.

The course outline used is provided by the Division of Real Estate and meets the requirements set forth.

Learning Objectives:

This is a comprehensive Brokerage course. At the conclusion of this course, students will;

Table of Contents
Unit I:  Introduction to Planning a Brokerage Business

Unit II: Trust Accounts and Record Keeping

Unit III: Office Policies and Procedures

Unit IV: Office Policy Workshop

Unit V: Real Estate Commission and the Division of Real Estate

Unit VI: Other Current Issues

This course is self paced online and contains numerous exercises, quizzes, and examinations. It is completed with a multiple choice final exam and a review of specific sections of your submitted office policy assignment.


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