COURSE DESCRIPTIONS                     CLASS SCHEDULE   

REAL 100

REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES

Units: 3.00

CSU 54.00 hours lecture

Introduces real estate fundamentals by emphasizing the concepts of real property ownership, the sale of Real property, contract law, real property law, appraisal, financing, and the business aspects of buying and selling real estate under California law. A State of California required course for the Real Estate Sales License exam.

​REAL 105

REAL ESTATE FINANCING

Units: 3.00

CSU 54.00 hours lecture

Overview of real estate finance in California, including analyses of lending sources, loan processing, governmental loans, appraisals and methods of financing commercial and residential properties. This course satisfies one of the California Bureau of Real Estate Salesperson electives and is required of applicants for the Real Estate Broker examination.


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REAL 115

LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE

Units: 3.00

CSU 54.00 hours lecture

Examines California real estate law emphasizing practical applications, including sources of real estate law, classes of property, fixtures, easements, estates or interests in real property, contracts, agency, conveyances, and security devices.

REAL 120

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL

Units: 3.00

CSU 54.00 hours lecture

Covers real estate appraisals, the appraisal process as well as the different approaches, methods, and techniques used to determine the value of real property. Emphasizes residential and single unit property. Approved by California Bureau of Real Estate for Sales and Broker's educational requirements.

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REAL 121

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL II

Units: 3.00

CSU 54.00 hours lecture

Provides an advanced appraisal course covering the methods and techniques used in the appraisal of specialty and more complex income-producing properties. Approved by the California Bureau of Real Estate for the Sales and Broker's license.

REAL 130

ESCROW PROCEDURES AND PROCESSING

Units: 3.00

CSU 54.00 hours lecture

Provides an overview of the Real Estate escrow process emphasizing on the procedures used in the State of California. Can be used to satisfy the California Bureau of Real Estate's requirement for both Salespersons or Brokers