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The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) requires all real estate licensees to have completed fourteen hours of continuing education classes before renewing any active real estate license. Of this, 3 credit hours covering 'Core Law' topics are required. The Core Law requirement is satisfied within either our 101 or 103 courses.
Select any of the real estate classes below and receive both CE and GRI credit in Florida. All classes are approved for Florida real estate continuing education by the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) and count towards your real estate license renewal.
Get the CE credit you need to renew your sales associate or broker's license AND complete the first three classes in the Florida GRI Program, all at a significant discount to the individual class prices. Our GRI 101 class provides 14 hrs of Florida continuing education: 11 hours of elective CE and 3 hours of Florida Core Law.
$377 **OVER 14% OFF!
The first part of the Standards of Practice series, this module introduces key legal concepts and the REALTORS® Code of Ethics is covered. The 101 module will set the foundation for a professional, and ethical, career in real estate. This course includes 11 hours of elective CE credit, 3 hours of Core Law meeting the FREC requirement for license renewal, and 7 hours of NAR Mandatory Ethics training.Full Details
The proper management of clients from first contact to a completed transaction is a complicated balance that involves proper business planning. Setting strong, achievable goals is the first step.Full Details
This module explores more complex legal issues including assisting customers with financing issues and the role the real estate professional plays in negotiations. Satisfies the FREC 3 hour Core Law requirement for license renewal. This course includes 11 hours of elective CE credit and 3 hours of Core Law meeting the FREC requirement for license renewal.Full Details
Preparing a marketing plan and installing a personal promotion strategy are covered in this module. Students will also review key taxation issues affecting the real estate industry.Full Details
Today's real estate professional needs to master technology that changes on almost a daily basis. This module will present ideas to help students set a solid foundation before introducing the concepts necessary to handle investment transactions.Full Details
This module covers some of the more challenging concepts in real estate including 1031 exchanges, appraisal and property management. Students will be presented with issues and case studies designed to help them assess a client's needs and deliver extraordinary service in these areas.Full Details
Career advancement and increased sales opportunities are the focus of this module, as students will be introduced to complex concepts including international real estate, property rights and brokerage management issues that all play a huge role in the real estate industry today.Full Details