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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.
Select and complete any of the classes or packages below and earn CE credit in Florida. All classes are approved for Florida commercial real estate continuing education by the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) and count toward 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.
$301 **OVER 20% OFF!
This Florida continuing education license renewal package covers 15 hours of approved content and includes the 3-hour Core Law course covering Commercial Real Estate Issues, a Fundamentals of Commercial Real Estate course, and the 4 hour Ethics for REALTORS course.
$25 **OVER 65% OFF!
Designed for Commercial Real Estate Professionals, this course will help Florida licensees distinguish between a commercial transaction and a residential transaction, as well as understand the basic premise of the license law as it pertains to the brokerage of commercial real estate in the state of Florida.Full Details
This course has been designed to give students an in-depth understanding of the structural and mechanical make-up common to residential housing and explore how environmental hazards play out and affect housing.
Latter units of this course will cover the principles of pricing properties. Topics covered will include approaches to property pricing and how to identify positive and negative factors affecting property price.
A 4-hour Summary and Update Course for the Best of the Best in Sustainability Advocacy and Fiduciary Service.Full Details
Content Updated Each Year!
Covers the interpretation and application of the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. This is the only required course in the GRI program, and many local associations require this course as a condition of membership (check with local board for specific requirements)
Updated to meet the Current Code!
The 4-hr Mandatory Ethics Course - this review Ethics course is one of the courses used to meet the Quadrennial Ethics requirement for REALTORS®. It is not required by the Real Estate Commission, however this course may be taken each year for CE Credit.
Learn what areas of the market commercial real estate covers and how real estate agents work with the various individuals involved.Full Details
Explore the practical world of Commercial Real Estate and learn what customers expect from your relationship.Full Details
Understanding the Role of the Property Management Company and responsibilities of the individual Property Manager.Full Details
This course concentrates on methods used to evaluate all types of investment properties and the Management of investment real estate.Full Details
This course was created to help you SELL expired listings. Not GET expired listings (although it may help do that, too), but actually SELL them…
written by nationally recognized author and top selling broker Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn of www.SellWithSoul.com, this course will present a process for analyzing an expired listing in hopes of understanding what went wrong the first (or second or third) go-around.