Real Estate Module 1:
lecture/discussion course meets 45 hours of the 90 hour requirement for
salesperson licensing in Idaho. No previous knowledge in the field of real
estate is required.
A solid core of fundamental concepts will be studied.
include seeking employment with a brokerage, real estate licensing law,
agency law, real property law, legal descriptions, forms of ownership,
transfer of title, and limits on rights of ownership. Module I and II can be
used to meet the 60 hour pre-licensing requirement in Washington.
Module 1 must be successfully completed before Module 2. (PR001)
the second 45-hour required course for real estate salesperson licensing in
Idaho. It is
a study of the knowledge and applied skills involved in the listing,
selling, buying and closing of residential property.
Course topics include real estate contract law, listing and selling
property, working with buyers and sellers, closing transactions, and ethical
duties owed to the public. Practical case studies require students to
understand and fill out various real estate forms, such as seller and buyer
agency agreements, purchasing agreements, and counter offers. Module I and
II can be used to meet the 60-hour pre-licensing requirement in Washington.
Prerequisite: Module I.
The intent is to prepare students to perform satisfactorily as a beginner in
the real estate business. Completion of both Modules 1 & 2 will satisfy the
educational requirements for a salesperson's license. (PR002)
Modules 1 and 2 can be completed in just
-2- weeks! Offered monthly.
SUCCESS- Pass the Idaho
State Salesperson licensing exam or you may repeat these classes
at NO CHARGE!
Online Continuing Education:
Proctored exam NOT REQUIRED!!! We offer
CE elective courses that are IREC certified. Complete
your CE elective hours on your own schedule! Start, stop and re-start
in multiple sessions. To register-
go to the Home page and see Online CE options.
Continuing Education & Broker Courses:
course is intended to keep the licensee abreast of changes in the real
estate profession. It
is updated annually on July 1 by the IREC and
covers new Idaho legislation, regulations, court decisions, and “hot
topics.” The CORE course can be taken each year. The second CORE course can
be applied to the 16-hour CE elective requirement.
This is the CORE course all licensees are required to take by IREC to
renew their license. (C2010)
Agency: The course is intended to enable participants to achieve the following learning goals:
• explain the importance of knowing their
company’s written agency policy;
• identify when to present the Agency Disclosure
Brochure to consumers;
• explain the Agency
Disclosure Brochure to consumers accurately and completely
• demonstrate their understanding of the four
types of agency representation by:
o identifying the specific duties
the confidentiality issues for each
o explaining the legal
requirements and timeline for each
o properly completing the agency
forms with all the required information, and
o discussing possible conflicts of
4 CE credit hours. (E0774)
BCOO: Business Conduct &
Office Operations. This
course is designed for brokers, sales
associates, secretaries, bookkeepers, and other related personnel, to
acquaint them with the current laws, rules and procedures governing the
handling of client funds, bring participants up-to-date on changes in the
laws, rules and procedures governing the handling of client funds, and to
assist real estate firms in developing good record keeping and business
practices. 4 CE
credit hours. (BC001S)
Beyond the Code of Ethics:
Every REALTORŪ member must complete a course on Ethics every four years. We
are pleased to offer this new continuing education course that takes you
through the process, the forms and the procedures. This is NOT the Cracking
the Code course, but it meets the all of the same requirements. 4 CE
credit hours. (E0274)
Includes BCOO. Required course for broker's
license. Intended to help a person understand how to set up and run a real
estate brokerage office and emphasizes the application of management
techniques required for the brokerage operation.
familiarize broker licensing applicants with basic management theory and
application. Topics include salesperson recruiting and training, accounting
and cost controls, demographics, and marketing.
24 CE credit hours. (BM001S)
Contract Principles: The course is intended to enable participants to achieve the following learning goals:
• identify the essential elements of a valid
explain the timeline for contract formation including
offers, counteroffers and acceptance
what constitutes consideration
demonstrate their understanding of areas that would cause a
contract to be unenforceable by
describing “Certainty of terms” and “Mutuality of
o recognizing a valid legal
description including -
• where to
find a valid legal description
components that make a description valid and enforceable
• consequences of a missing description
the “requirement of a writing” and the Statute of Fraud
• describe the principles of contract
construction and interpretation
which form to use in different situations to document the
o explain legal defenses to
contract formation and excuses for non performance
4 CE credit hours. (E0491)
Finance: Broker pre-license course. Designed as an introduction to real estate financing and
includes a study of the sources and application of funds, the financial
instruments commonly used, institutional structures and policies, and loan
processing. Each student must be familiar with a financial calculator prior
to enrolling. This course partially fulfills the
educational requirements for a broker's license. 30 CE credit hours. (FI001S)
Forms 1: The course is intended to enable participants to achieve the following learning goals:
• Complete the following forms completely and
accurately: Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement, Exclusive
Representation Agreement, Exclusive Buyer
Representation Agreement, Addendum,
Notice to Terminate
Contract and Release of Earnest Money, Counter Offer, and Compensation
Agreement with Seller;
the above forms accurately and completely to clients;
• discuss potential conflicts when completing
• explain the correct
verbiage to use when completing a form;
• identify and discuss risk exposure and
ramifications of not completing the forms appropriately.
4 CE credit hours. (E0490)
Forms 2: The course is intended to enable participants to achieve the following learning goals:
• Complete the Pre-Sold New Construction form
completely and accurately;
list questions to ask builder or listing agent that will
enable the agent to complete the Pre-Sold New Construction form;
• explain the Pre-Sold New Construction form
accurately and completely to clients;
• discuss common mistakes when completing forms;
• explain the correct verbiage to use when
completing a form.
credit hours. (E0489)
Required course for broker's license. Designed for
the real estate professional as a course in the general principles of law
governing the interest in real estate, and to acquaint the student with how the
law works, but is not intended to be a substitute for competent legal counsel.
30 CE credit hours. (LW001S)
Licensee's Guide to Property
All about property descriptions, property laws,
maps, GPS, metes and bounds, rectangular survey, lot and block plats, Idaho
6 CE credit hours. (E0504)
Negotiations and Closing: The
Negotiations and Closing course prepares newly licensed real estate
agents to successfully negotiate on behalf of their client, and
finalize the transaction through closing. At the completion of
the course, participants will:
Negotiate real estate transactions with emotional neutrality.
Negotiate offers on behalf of the buyer and/or seller.
Handle face-to-face and escrow closings to complete the
settlement statements reflecting debits and credits.
Resolve all contingencies stipulated in the purchase agreement.
Explain Good Faith Estimates and final closing costs.
4 CE credit hours. (E0486)
Professional Conduct and Ethics: Participants
will learn and recognize the requirements and importance of
professional and ethical conduct. 4 CE credit hours. (E0488)
will learn and recognize the requirements and importance of
property disclosures relating to stigmatized property, Megan's Law, neighborhood
safety, mold and other environmental concerns. 4 CE credit hours. (E0206)
Real Estate Finance-
Comprehensive view of real estate financing. 6 CE credit hours. (E0348)
Residential Marketing Analysis: Participants
learn how to gather, review, and verify data, and how to analyze
subject and comparable properties. Participants learn how a residential
marketing analysis supports both buyers and sellers. From the
buyer’s perspective, participants learn how clients make purchase
offers based on RMA data. From the seller’s perspective,
participants learn how clients determine an asking price based on RMA
data. Finally, participants learn how to use specific strategies, such
as relative comparison analysis and paired data analysis, to define a
range of market values for subject properties. 4 CE credit hour.
The Risk Reduction course is intended to enable licensees to discuss
common mistakes and strategies for risk reduction in the following
topic areas: Agency, Disclosure, Contracts, Communications, Safety and
Compliance with Law. 4 CE credit hours. (E0775)
addresses the issue of risk management and how it affects the real estate
industry. Specific topics include a definition and discussion of the issue,
relevant information, and the impact of the topic on real estate agents.
4 CE credit hours. (E0086)
Analysis: Broker pre-license course. An introductory course
covering the purpose of appraisals, the appraisal process and the different
approaches, methods, and techniques used to determine the value of various types
of property. Emphasis will be on employing the process in residential brokerage
as opposed to how to perform the process. This course partially fulfills the
educational requirements for a broker's license. 30 CE credit hours. (VA001S)
Vertical Real Estate: Addresses
Specialized Property subjects-. cemeteries, kiosks, schools, churches,
casinos, as well as the listing and selling of various licenses and
franchises. 2 CE credit hours. (E0688)
Specialized Properties: Learn about properties outside of the
everyday residential and commercial property.
2 CE credit hours.
(E0688) Learn about properties outside of the everyday residential and
2 CE credit hours.
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