Core Law focuses on recent changes to state and federal real estate license law, highlighting both law and rules. This version is focused on Commercial Core Law issues and meets the 3-hour Core Law requirements for all renewing Florida real estate licensees.
This course will cover a variety of topics including updates on the Florida Real Estate Commission's (FREC) most current rules and regulations. Licensees can expect to identify key issues that affect the practice of commercial real estate in Florida.
At the conclusion of this course the student will be able to;
- Appreciate and apply general concerns in a commercial real estate transaction that do not occur in residential transactions: ADA concerns, commercial tax concerns, long term agreements, assignments, the role of an attorney in a commercial transaction and the varied tools utilized by commercial practitioners: income/expense reports, rent rolls, sub leases.
- Recognize and distinguish between a commercial transaction and a residential transaction.
- Identify and explain the basic premise of the license law as it pertains to the brokerage of commercial real estate.
This course is written and offered in conjunction with Florida Realtors®. VanEd is the course provider and will report all completions to the DPBR in accordance with all stated rules and regulations.