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Salesperson Course

The main difference between a real estate agent and a real estate broker is that brokers are licensed to manage their own businesses, while agents are not. But even though real estate agents work under brokers, their jobs are similar. Brokers and agents both help clients sell their homes as well as buy new homes. It’s possible for people to buy or sell their home without using a professional, but a real estate agent can make the process a lot easier. By advising clients on prices, mortgages and market conditions, an agent shows sellers how to price their house accurately and make the property as appealing as possible to potential buyers. Agents also guide buyers toward the homes that best fit their needs by generating a list of properties for sale, accompanying the client to see the properties and negotiating an offer with the seller.

All candidates for a real estate salesperson license must attend and successfully complete New York State approved 75 Hour salesperson qualifying licensing class and pass a school exam prior to licensure. Proof of satisfactory completion of this course must be furnished to the Department of State by Brooklyn school certification on the salesperson license application by an original certificate with a raised school seal. FREE EXTRAS: School exam review with an instructor. Help with signing up for the state exam.

Salesperson’s Course Topics:

  • License Law & Regulations
  • The Law of Agency
  • Legal Issues
  • The Contract of Sales and Leases
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Land Use Regulations
  • Construction and Environmental Issues
  • Valuation Process and Pricing Properties
  • Human Rights and Fair Housing
  • Real Estate Mathematics
  • Municipal Agencies
  • Property Insurance
  • Taxes and Assessments
  • Condominiums and Cooperatives
  • Commercial and Investment Properties
  • Income Tax Issues in Real Estate Transactions
  • Mortgage Brokerage
  • Property Management

Requirements for Salesperson licensure are:

* minimum age of 18
* demonstrate fair knowledge of the English language
* complete a New York DOS approved 75 hour qualifying course
* pass the Real Estate  qualifying course exam
* pass the New York DOS licensing exam
* obtain broker sponsorship
* be in one of four citizenship categories:
1. citizenship status
2. permanent residency
3. have a work authorization card obtained from the Immigration and Naturalization Service
4. have a work permit obtained from your sponsoring employer.

Schedules for Salesperson Classes:

1. Morning class schedule

2. Evening class schedule

3. Weekend class schedule

SALESPERSON CLASS BEGINS EVERY MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY ON A CONTINOUS BASIS AT 10:00 am

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