WA Real Estate Practices
This is the second required course prior to taking the Real Estate Brokers state licensing exam. Explore agency relationships, listings and evaluating techniques, in depth analysis of the purchase and sale agreements, residential financing, the closing process, marketing, negotiation, business skills and procedures, environmental issues, governmental agencies, and real estate math. Seasoned real estate instructors will answer your questions and give you feedback on your work.
Additional Attendance Information
Eligibility Restriction (Pre-Requisite)
It is strongly recommended students enroll in “Real Estate Practices” 30-hour course after completing the “Washington Real Estate Fundamentals” 60-hour course. This will allow you to maximize the amount of time for your completion. This is also advised as the material in this class builds upon the Fundamentals course.
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