Sign up for the Managing Broker’s Special package and save money in pursuit of your managing broker’s license. The package includes the three 30-hour courses you must complete before you can take your managing broker’s license exam: Advanced Real Estate Law, Brokerage Management, and Business Management. It also includes the Managing Broker Cram course.
Advanced Real Estate Law: Advanced Washington Real Estate Law offers an overview of the legal aspects of real estate. This course discusses the laws governing the ownership and sale of real estate in Washington, examines common problems in real estate transactions, and provides examples from actual court cases. You must complete this course if you wish to take the managing broker’s license exam.
Topics covered include:
- real estate license law,
- the distinction between real and personal property,
- methods of land description,
- easements, liens, and other interests in real estate,
- forms of co-ownership,
- the law of real estate agency,
- earnest money agreements and other real estate contracts,
- deeds and title transfer,
- and much more…
Brokerage Management: This course covers a full range of topics and activities that will prove useful—even essential—to anyone who aspires to own a brokerage, who is interested in managing an office, or who expects to function in any kind of supervisory position in the future.
Business Management: This course guides managing broker candidates through the techniques of managing their own business. It covers such topics as: starting a service-oriented business; developing a business plan; financing a business; marketing; public relations; and office management.
Managing Broker Cram Course: You are shown what is likely to be tested on the license examination, plus you get the opportunity to answer hundreds of practice exam questions and take several practice exams.
“Real estate courses are offered in association with Rockwell Institute, the school of record. Rockwell Institute is the course sponsor and holds all course approvals.”