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Real Estate Principles I And II (REA201) 6 Credits

Comprehensive survey of real estate principles to include careers in real estate, nature and description of real estate, rights and interests in land, forms of real property ownership, forms of business organization, methods of title transfer, title search and insurance, contract law, real estate sales contracts, mortgage and notes payable, deeds of trust, lending practices, loans and consumer rights, sources of financing real estate loans, types of financing instruments, real property taxes and assessments, title closing, escrow and settlement procedures, property management and real estate leases, real estate appraisal, state licensing laws and professional affiliations, real estate brokerage, real estate agency, fair housing and equal credit laws, types of residential real estate, real property insurance, land use control, economics of real estate, and investment considerations. Prerequisites: None. Note: This course is intended to satisfy the state of Arizona's requirement for 90 hours of prelicensure education. Students must attend all scheduled class meetings to meet the State's attendance requirement.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
17904 Summer 2020 Scottsdale
On Your Time Online
Internet 05/26/2020 - 07/19/2020 N/A N/A
  • J. Guess
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    • Class Notes: On Your Time Online classes do not meet at specific class times. Coursework must be completed according to deadlines. Students are required to have access to a computer or mobile device, and Internet access, unless otherwise specified.
      Successful completion (as determined by the Arizona Department of Real Estate) of REA201 and passing a proctored, in-person, final school exam qualifies students to sit for the Arizona Real Estate exam.
      This class is graded on a P/Z basis.
      Class 17904 costs include REA Course Fee: $20
    • Additional Class Notes: This course is intended to satisfy the state of Arizona's requirement for 90 hours of prelicensure education.