Continuing
Education

Credit Courses

14-Hour Continuing Education Class

Once you have completed your post-licensing education requirement, during all subsequent renewal periods of your real estate license, you must complete 14 hours of continuing education every two years. All 14-hour courses include the 3-hour Core Law, 3-Hour Ethics, and 8-Hour Specialty Credit requirement for Real Estate Sales Associates and Brokers.
Next Class: TBD*
$19.95 - Online OnDemand - Broker
$19.95 - Online OnDemand - Sales Associate

3-Hour Ethics For Florida Real Estate Class

Once you have completed your post-licensing education requirement, during all subsequent renewal periods of your real estate license, you must complete 14 hours of continuing education every two years. All 14-hour courses include the 3-hour Core Law, 3-Hour Ethics, and 8-Hour Specialty Credit requirement for Real Estate Sales Associates and Brokers. If you only need the 3-Hour Ethics For Florida Real Estate Class, you may register for it separately.
Next Class: TBD*
$14.95 - Online OnDemand - Broker
$14.95 - Online OnDemand - Sales Associate

3-Hour Core Law Class

Once you have completed your post-licensing education requirement, during all subsequent renewal periods of your real estate license, you must complete 14 hours of continuing education every two years. All 14-hour courses include the 3-hour Core Law, 3-Hour Ethics, and 8-Hour Specialty Credit requirement for Real Estate Sales Associates and Brokers. If you only need the 3-Hour Core Law Class, you may register for it separately.
Next Class: TBD*
$14.95 - Online OnDemand - Broker
$14.95 - Online OnDemand - Sales Associate

28-Hour License Reactivation Course

This course fulfills the DBPR and FREC 28-hour reactivation course requirement for brokers and sales associates whose license has been in an involuntary inactive status for more than 12 months but fewer than 24 months.
Next Class: TBD*
$100 - Online OnDemand - Broker
$100 - Online OnDemand - Sales Associate

* To ensure all students and classes are COVID-safe, all classes are either online or live stream.

Non-Credit Courses

Mutual Recognition

Florida has entered into Mutual Recognition agreements with: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, Nebraska, and Rhode Island. Qualified residents from these states may obtain a Florida real estate license by passing a 90-minute 40-question exam on Florida real estate license law, statutes, and administrative rules. Mutual Recognition rules apply only to individuals who are not Florida residents as defined by Florida Statute 475. Although there is no requirement for you to attend a course for this exam, we suggest you attend the relevant portions of the 63-Hour Sales Associate Pre-Licensing Course.
Next Class: TBD*

Military Personnel/Veterans/Military Spouses

DBPR offers professional licensure to any individual that is currently serving, or has formerly served and received an honorable discharge, as an active duty member of the Armed Forces of the United States, or a spouse or surviving spouse of such member, who currently holds a valid real estate license in another state, the District of Columbia, any United States territory or possession, or a foreign jurisdiction. You are not required to take a Florida exam. Although you are not required to take a state exam, we suggest you attend the relevant portions of the 63-Hour Sales Associate Pre-Licensing Course to know the laws in Florida.
Next Class: TBD*

* To ensure all students and classes are COVID-safe, all classes are either online or live stream.

Contract & Business Classes

Register for 5 classes for $300 -- buy 4, get 1 free

Agent Training Curriculum

Compliance

In the Compliance Class, you:

  • Learn best practices for documents associated with particular transactions
  • Identify statutory and regulatory requirements for compliance
Next Class: TBD*

Listing Agreement

In the Listing Agreement class, you:

  • Review the different forms of listing agreement (i.e., single agent with consent to transition to transaction broker, transaction broker, etc.) and discuss the differing duties associated with each type of representation
  • Identify the information that goes in the blanks, as well as the various sources of and reasons for that information
  • Identify statutory and regulatory requirements for certain information in the Listing Agreement
  • Discuss scripts for use during the listing presentation and when presenting the Listing Agreement to sellers
Next Class: TBD*

Buyer Brokerage Agreement

In the Buyer Brokerage Agreement class, you:

  • Review the different forms of buyer brokerage agreement (i.e., single agent with consent to transition to transaction broker, transaction broker, etc.) and discuss the differing duties associated with each type of representation
  • Identify the information that goes in the blanks, as well as the various sources of and reasons for that information
  • Discuss scripts for use during the buyer consultation and when presenting the BBA to buyers
Next Class: TBD*

Contracts

In the Contracts class, you:

  • Identify the differences between the AS IS and the FARBAR Contracts
  • Explain the circumstances under which a particular form of contract might be appropriate
  • Review the contracts and discuss the information that goes in the blanks, as well as the various sources of and reasons for that information
  • Identify statutory and regulatory requirements for certain information in the Contracts
  • Discuss scripts for use when presenting the Contract to buyers and sellers
Next Class: TBD*

Contract Addenda

In the Contract Addenda, you:

  • Review each of the addenda for the AS IS and FARBAR Contracts

  • Discuss the purpose for and circumstances under which each addendum might be used.

Next Class: TBD*

AS IS Contract Critical Dates

In the AS IS Contract Critical Dates class, you:

  • Review the AS IS Contract and calculate critical dates, such as:

    • Effective date

    • Inspection period

    • Loan approval period

    • Title evidence deadline

  • Identify pitfalls of missing critical dates
Next Class: TBD*

FARBAR Contract Critical Dates

In the FARBAR Contract Critical Dates class, you:

  • Review the AS IS Contract and calculate critical dates, such as:

    • Effective date

    • Inspection period

    • Loan approval period

    • Title evidence deadline

  • Identify pitfalls of missing critical dates
Next Class: TBD*

50 Way to Leave Your Contract

In this class, you:

  • Review the AS IS Contract, FARBAR Contract, and Addenda

  • Focus on the contingencies and other opportunities for termination by the parties

Next Class: TBD*

Contract Standards A – L

In this class, you:

  • Focus on the contract standards in Paragraph 18, A – L.
Next Class: TBD*

Contract Standards M – X

In this class, you:

  • Focus on the contract standards in Paragraph 18, M – X
Next Class: TBD*

Disclosures Under the Contract

In this class, you:

  • Focus on the disclosure provisions of Paragraph 10 of the Contract
Next Class: TBD*

All Things Title

In this class, you:

  • Focus on the title related provisions, including the Title Evidence and Cure Period
Next Class: TBD*

Inspections and Repairs Under the FARBAR Contract

In this class, you:

  • Focus on the inspection and repair provisions in the FARBAR Contract, comparing and contrasting to the provisions of the AS IS Contract

  • Discuss the different requirements for General Repairs, WDO repairs, and Permit issues

Next Class: TBD*

Financing Provisions

In this class, you:

  • Focus on the financing provisions of the Contract

  • Discuss recent caselaw regarding these provisions of the Contract

Next Class: TBD*

* To ensure all students and classes are COVID-safe, all classes are either online or live stream.