RE 400 Real Estate Principle – 104 Clock Hours
This course is an overview of Real Estate Concepts and Terms, Legal Description of Real Estate, Investment in Real Estate, and Application of 
Real Estate Transaction. The purpose of this course is to give students a brief synopsis and overview of real estate: what is real estate? How 
real estate is transferred, the documents used in transferring it, the rules and laws by which real estate agents will perform, the meaning of 
representation and how and why properties are appraised. The course will begin with the concepts of ethics in the field of real estate. It will 
further on cover real property ownership and land use and the California license law. Also discussed within this course are contracts, purchase 
and sale agreements, the rules of fair housing in real estate and the laws of agency, real estate financing, how title to property is transferred, 
title closing, basic real estate math, the specialty area of leasing and property management, the principles of investment and control of land 
use. The course will cover broad topics ranging from titles and records to property Management. Also discussed in this course will be deeds, 
liens, taxes and foreclosures. Student will also learn about listing agreements, closing and settlement costs, how to value and appraise a 
property, basic financing policies and regulations, real estate math and leases.

RE 403 Real Estate Practice – 48 Clock Hours
Real Estate Practice course is to prepare students to begin a career in real estate with knowledge of the day-to-day activities of a real estate 
licensee. This course begins with an exploration of agency duties and disclosures, seller and buyer representation, dual agency, transaction 
brokers, compensation, and antitrust laws. Students then learn about appraisals and pricing property, the role of the appraiser, California laws 
regulating appraisers, CMAs, and the appraisal process and the principles and methods used by appraisers. This course features valuable 
information on home construction and inspection, home financing, and the effects of predatory lending and the subprime market. Earnest 
money, escrow accounts, and applicable California laws are also examined. The contracts section contains practical information about the 
paragraphs of California real estate sales contracts. This extensive course ends with lessons exploring the closing process, the role of an 
escrow agent, title insurance, settlement statements, and the estimation and proration of closing costs

RE 713 Property Management – 48 Clock Hours
This course deals with professional property management in operating residential, commercial, and industrial properties. Importance of the 
function, management contracts, compensation, and certification is covered. A study of the role of the property manager, landlord policies, 
operational guidelines, leases, lease negotiations, tenant relations, maintenance reports, habitability laws, and the Fair Housing Act.