Pick your own 98 Hour SAE Package w/ Legal Update I & II
Credit Hour: 98 Price: $385 $327
Included Courses (All 6 are included - complete any three you would like after you receive them)
Course Name Course Format Credit Hours Course Id
Texas Real Estate Law PDF 30 REPLTX0516214
Real Estate Marketing II- Negotiation Techniques PDF 30 REPLTX0416211
Real Estate Marketing I - Building a Real Estate Practice PDF 30 REPLTX0416212
Texas Real Estate Brokerage PDF 30 RECETX0517227
Texas Real Estate Property Management PDF 30 REPLTX1217284
TREC Legal Update I (2020-2021) 4 hrs Read more TREC Legal Update II (2020-2021) 4 hrs Read more
*What if I already have Legal I & II Update?
SAE 90 Hr Package Credit Hour: 90 $349 $297
Included Courses (All 6 are included - complete any three you would like)
SAE Individual courses
SAE Individual courses
- TX Marketing II - Negotiation Techniques (30 Hours PDF) TREC #0532 $128
- TX Marketing I - Building a Real Estate Practice (30 Hrs PDF) TREC #0536 $128
- TX Real Estate Law (30 Hours PDF) TREC #0335 $128
- TX Real Estate Brokerage (30 Hours PDF) TREC #751 $128
- TX Real Estate Finance II (30 Hours PDF) TREC #0425 $128
TREC Legal Update I (2020-2021) (PDF) 4 hrs (2020-2021) $25 TREC Legal Update II (2020-2021)(PDF) 4 hrs (2020-2021) $25
Enroll in Individual courses
SAE (Sales Agent Apprentice Education)
Licensed Sales Agents who applied on or after September 1, 2012 must show evidence of having completed a minimum of 90 hours in qualifying real estate education and 4 hours in Legal Update I and 4 hours in Legal Update II prior to the first two year license term, for a total of 278 hours by the end of the second year of licensure.
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- PDF is Entirely self paced
- Can be read offline anywhere - anytime
- Just login to take quizzes
- View PDF on desktop, laptop, tablet, iphone or Ipad.
- Student may take a portion of the course, Bookmark it and resume the class later.
- Course final exams must be proctored
SALESPERSON APPRENTICE EDUCATION
Complete your Texas real estate continuing education requirements. Our courses are designed to help you fulfill your CE credits for your Texas real estate license renewal. 360training.com is offers you the convenience of studying at your own pace in any location with Internet connection.
Our Texas real estate MCE and SAE online courses meet the requirements of the Texas Real Estate Commission. Prior to September 1, 2012, some salespersons under the Salesperson Annual Education (SAE) requirements were to complete courses on an annual basis.
On September 1, 2012 and after, salespersons will be required to complete their education renewal requirements during the two year license term. All active and inactive salespersons, who are under the Salesperson Apprentice Education (SAE) requirement, must show evidence of having completed a minimum of 90 hours in core real estate education during the two year license term, so that a total of 270 classroom hours have been completed by the end of the second year of licensure.
Evidence of successful course completion must be posted to the TREC computer system prior to the online renewal process or the license will expire. Evidence of course completion cannot be submitted during the online renewal process. You must submit your hours at least 10 days prior to the date you wish to renew online. TREC’s email address (for mailing certificates) [email protected] and FAX number 512-936-3864.
Meet Qualifying Education Requirements
- All active and inactive sales agents, who are under the Sales Agent Apprentice Education (SAE) requirement, must show evidence of having completed a minimum of 90 hours in qualifying real estate education and 4 hours in Legal Update I and 4 hours in Legal Update II prior to the first two year license term, for a total of 278 hours by the end of the second year of licensure.
- Evidence of successful course completion must be posted to the TREC computer system prior to the online renewal process or the license will expire.
- Evidence of course completion cannot be submitted during the online renewal process.
- You may use the SAE Cover Sheet, and
- You must submit your hours at least 10 days prior to the date you wish to renew online.
- Course completion certificates may be emailed. TREC’s email address (for mailing certificates) [email protected] FAX number 512-936-3864.
You may renew your license up to six months after the expiration date. After six months and up to two years past the expiration date, you may apply for reinstatement of your license. After two years past the expiration date, you will have to reapply and pass the examination.
TX Real Estate Property Management TREC #851 (30 Hours PDF)
This is SAE course is approved by TREC covers every topic as required by TREC guidelines for SAE.
This Texas property management course will help licensees who work as property managers, or are considering becoming property managers, develop a comprehensive understanding of the field. It begins with an introduction to the factors, economics, law, responsibilities, and operation of professional property management. Learners will explore marketing principles and activities, opening and running a property management office, and managing relationships with owners and tenants.
Next, we discuss analyzing and managing residential and commercial properties, the nature and types of leases, risk management, and applicable state and federal law. The course concludes with sections detailing the managers maintenance and safety and security responsibilities.
At the conclusion of this course, the student will be able to:
- - Recall the different types of property managers in real property management
- - Identify the impact that the condition of the real estate economy can have on how properties are managed
- - List the benefits of professional property management
- - Explain the nature of the manager-owner relationship.
- - Establish a complete and effective management plan for a property.
- - Recognize appropriate agreements and reports for the property.
- - Describe marketing principles and activities as they relate to marketing rental properties.
- - Discuss how to develop an advertising campaign strategy and how to gauge its effectiveness.
- - Explain the advantages and disadvantages of various advertising methods.
- - Summarize the importance of the promotional efforts by management and the value of the personal selling efforts of the manager.
- - Describe the necessary elements and staffing requirements for a management office.
- - Explain factors necessary to determine management fees.
- - Summarize the information required to complete financial reports.
- - Identify information and documentation required for determining tax liability.
- - Recognize three methods for determining profitability.
- - Demonstrate how to effectively manage tenant relationships
- - Explain how security deposits and rent collection should be handled
- - Describe how and why property managers evict tenants
- - Discuss residential property and fair housing laws
- - Contrast the differences among three different property management relationships.
- - Describe the elements of a management agreement.
- - Explain takeover procedures.
- - Summarize how to build and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners.
- - Describe different types of residential property and how valuation is affected.
- - Summarize how marketing is influenced by the type of property.
- - Discuss methods of managing tenant relations.
- - Identify the roles of various building staff and their roles in maintaining the apartment building.
- - Explain residential operating reports.
- - Distinguish the differences when managing cooperatives, condominiums, and Planned Unit Developments (PUDs).
- - Describe the importance of accurate budget projections when determining management fees.
- - Summarize the issues involved when managing subsidized housing.
- - Explain the similarities and differences of managing manufactured home parks and housing for the elderly.
- - Classify retail properties by market area, patterns, owner, and merchandising products.
- - Describe different marketing strategies for retail properties.
- - Discuss retail leases and their specific clauses.
- - Explain how maintenance varies depending on the size of the property and the obligations of the tenant.
- - Identify administrative responsibilities and financial reports required by retail centers.
- - Describe classifications of industrial real estate.
- - Summarize required market information and industrial development incentives that are necessary for successfully marketing industrial space.
- - Identify specific issues for qualifying and negotiating with industrial tenants.
- - Explain the needs of ministorage center management.
- - Explain the general nature of leasing real property.
- - Describe the lease as a real estate transaction.
- - Explain how leasing is vital component to real estate practice.
- - Describe the differences in the types of leasehold estates.
- - Explain the general provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act.
- - Explain the differences in the types of leases.
- - Identify four methods of risk management and the implications of each.
- - Describe insurance policies that the owner, the manager, and the tenant should carry, and discuss the need for and coverage of each.
- - List environmental laws and give a simple explanation of each.
- - Name environmental hazards and describe ways that the property manager can minimize their effects.
- - Plan employee information and training for dealing with hazardous substances.
- - State the reason for antitrust laws, and give an example of what not to discuss with competitors.
- - Describe the purpose of the federal fair housing laws and the protections that they offer.
- - Discuss the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Megan's Law.
- - Explain the protections offered by the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) as well as the Uniform Electronic Transmissions Act (UETA) and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
- - List the requirements of the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act (LBPHRA).
- - Summarize the provisions suggested by the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
- - Identify the requirements of getting a real estate license.
- - State the required educational materials.
- - Understand what the laws require regarding relationships with clients and customers.
- - Answer questions regarding the real estate recovery fund.
- - List kinds of maintenance operations and give an example for each.
- - Explain the duties and responsibilities of various maintenance personnel.
- - Discuss the components of a cost-effective maintenance program.
- - Describe the issues concerning construction activities.
- - Summarize steps to increase and manage energy efficiency.
- - Design a life safety program utilizing personnel, equipment, and procedures to prevent an emergency, detect a breach, and contain and counteract the damage.
- - Describe the role of personnel in life safety situations.
- - Identify preparations for various emergency situations.
- - Explain how to prevent criminal activity on the property.
This course covers the following topics as required by TREC:
- Professional Property Management
- Feasibility of Property Management
- Market Analysis and Management of Housing
- Federal, State and Local Laws
- Maintenance and Construction
- Commercial Property Management
- Risk and Environmental Issues
- Safety and Security Issues for Property Managers and Staff
In this course, you will learn everything you need to know to grow and build your career.
- In the first course, Texas Real Estate Law, you will learn the key laws and legal concepts that you will use every day in your real estate career: contracts, deeds, fair housing, foreclosures, land titles and records, leases, real property rights and land use.
- You will also learn about the Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act, a federal law that regulates the closing and settlement of real estate sales. You will receive information on the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and the Texas Statute that provides remedies for fraud in real estate and stock transactions.
- While as a real estate salesperson you are not expected to act as an attorney, it is important for a licensee to develop a thorough understanding of the various laws and statutes affect real estate transactions.
- This package also contains Texas Marketing I and II. In Texas Marketing I, you will learn how to build your real estate business and establish your own brokerage. You will learn information on how to successfully operate a business and deliver high-quality service to clients.
- Texas Marketing II covers negotiation skills necessary to build a successful business. Topics covered include communication, emotional intelligence, negotiations, reading people and real estate negotiations.
- *Please note, TREC will not accept your certificate of completion for this course unless 3 days have elapsed since the date/time you started the course. Your participation in this course must not exceed 12 hours per day.
- Example: If you started the course on March 2 at 11:00AM, then the soonest you could take the final exam would be March 4 at 6:00AM (3 days at 12 hours per day). Please note you are not required to work on the courses 12 hours per day, but this is the maximum amount of time per day.
- Note: Please allow enough time between courses for RPS (recorded proctoring solution) if you are doing online proctoring
- Starting and completing more than one qualifying course within the same 3 days does not comply with Commission rules. TREC cannot award credit for courses and certificates that are not in compliance.
- Please ensure you have met these requirements BEFORE attempting the final exam.*
536 Marketing I - Building a Real Estate Practice (30 Hours PDF)
How to Build a Real Estate Practice in Texas is a 30-hour course for those who wish to establish their own real estate brokerages. The course provides information on how to successfully operate a business, teaches professional skills necessary to provide high-quality service to clients, discusses risk management and compliance within federal and state law, and addresses issues related to valuation and finance.
There are seven sections or modules in this course:
Module One: How to Build a Successful Business
Module Two: Asset Management
Module Three: Tax-Favorable Real Estate Transactions
Module Four: Code of Ethics
Module Five: Fair Housing
Module Six: Real Estate Appraisal
Module Seven: Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Marketing I - Building a Real Estate Practice - Texas Real Estate Commission
532 Marketing II - Negotiation Techniques (30 Hours PDF)
Real estate transactions permit and require more negotiation than most other exchanges of goods and services, and, as a result, much of a real estate salesperson's job involves trying to craft mutually acceptable deals for the various parties involved in them. Additionally, salespersons must not only negotiate with those with which they wish to gain some advantage or another, but also sometimes with their own clients. Because real estate practice involves so much negotiating, virtually any salesperson can benefit from improving his or her negotiation skills, and this course is designed to teach just such methods of improvement.
There are five sections or modules in this course:
Module 1: Effective Communication
Module 2: Emotional Intelligence
Module 3: General Negotiations
Module 4: Reading People
Module 5: Real Estate Negotiations
Real Estate Marketing II - Negotiation Techniques - Texas Real Estate Commission
TREC Legal Update I (2020-2021)
The course approval number for this course will be available upon request.
The purpose of this course is to provide guidance and discussion of the ethical requirements and concerns affecting Texas Real Estate Agents. First, the five canons of professional ethics and conduct are identified and discussed. Because agency relationships are critical to real estate transactions, this relationship is explored. Another relationship that is explored involves connections between parties in real estate transactions, including intermediary brokerage relationships and subagency. The relationship between a real estate agent and a client is a fiduciary one, requiring each agent to put clients' interests first and adhere to the particular standards and ethics required by law. The varied responsibilities and duties of the real estate agent to different parties may often lead to conflicts of interest. Real estate agents must be aware of these potential conflicts and must also of how to prevent and deal with them.
TREC Legal Update I - Texas Real Estate Commission
TREC Legal Update II (2020-2021)
The course approval number for this course will be available upon request.
The purpose of this course is to communicate recent updates, changes, and addendums to laws, regulations, legal definitions, and forms as they apply to real estate practice in the state of Texas. Since judicial interpretation provides the effective enforcement of these changes, a section containing several case studies is included in the course in order to illustrate the law in action in contemporary practice.
TREC PROCTORING Guideline Update effective September 1, 2017
New guidelines now require students of this course to have their exams proctored and you have the right to request a criminal history evaluation (where applicable) before enrolling in the courses or applying for a license.
Under the new rules, you will be required to find a proctor. to find an eligible Proctor and give the exam in his/her presence to qualify for a completion certificate
The following are acceptable third party proctors: (for in-person proctoring)
- (A) Employees at official testing or learning/tutoring centers;
- (B) Librarians at a school, university, or public library;
- C) College or university administrators, faculty, or academic advisors;
- D) Clergy who are affiliated with a specific temple, synagogue, mosque, or church;
- E) Educational officers of a military installation or correctional facility;
- (F) Members of the court system – Judge, justice of the peace, magistrates, and prosecutors;
- (G) Law Enforcement Officers – Sergeant, lieutenant, or captain; and
- (H) An active authorized notary.
**IN-PERSON PROCTORING Update (*Free)
Some of our students have found that their local libraries will proctor the exams for no charge. Also we were told some local banks will proctor it for free. We suggest you check with your local library or bank.
Q. Does the student give TREC (or 360) the proctor's qualifications and email address ?
A. The student provides the proctor info to 360 which is done by filling out the online affidavit after passing the final exam.
Q. Does the proctor then get an email with a code that they enter after the exam? –
A. The proctor code step comes up before taking the final exam. This step helps the student to understand that the proctor has to be sitting with them.
Q. What does the online Proctor Affidavit look like ?
Q How does the Proctor sign off on it digitally?
A. They sign off through 360Sign after passing the final exam in the course.
Q. Do I have a choice between Online Proctoring and In Person proctoring?
A. Yes you will have the option at checkout whether to purchase the in-person proctored version of the exam or the RPS version of the exam.
Q. What is RPS?
A. RPS is the recorded proctoring solution where the student takes the exams at their convenience and then our in-house proctors review the recording and approves (or denies) within 1 business day. The student must have access to high-speed internet and a webcam with a microphone to be eligible for the RPS proctoring.
Q. Will I have help if necessary?
Yes, Our customer support team is well versed and can provide any technical support as needed.
Additionally, you may request a criminal history evaluation before enrolling in courses or applying for a real estate license, as set out in Texas Occupations Code §53.025 and TREC Rule 541.1. If you have any criminal offenses, unpaid judgments, had disciplinary action taken against a professional or occupational license, or have performed an unlicensed activity, TREC requires you to consider submitting a completed Moral Character Determination Form before applying for a license.