Exhibit skills necessary to function as a real estate professional.
Exemplify a high standard of ethics as a real estate professional.
Demonstrate correct and appropriate use of oral and written communication, mathematics, and computer technology in real estate activities.
3 credit hoursRES 1101: Real Estate Principles
3 credit hoursRES 1201: Real Estate Law
3 credit hoursRES 2301: Real Estate Finance & Appraisal
RES 1101 Real Estate Principles Credit Hours: 3.0 Department: Real Estate Division: Business and Public Services
This course develops skills in areas encompassed in the real estate industry, including the market, investment, brokerage, contractual and property rights, as they affect both the investor and the purchaser. Agency law, fair housing and environmental issues as they concern the field will also be explored. Seat hour requirements strictly enforced by state rule.
RES 1201 Real Estate Law Credit Hours: 3.0 Department: Real Estate Division: Business and Public Services
Explanation of the legal phases of a realty transaction. Examination of types of estates in land, co-ownership, mortgages, Ohio license law, landlord/ tenant law and legal factors in financing. Seat hour requirements strictly enforced by state rule.
RES 2301 Real Estate Finance & Appraisal Credit Hours: 3.0 Department: Real Estate Division: Business and Public Services
Exploration of the institutions, methods, instruments and procedures involved in the financing of real estate, Nature of mortgage market and effects of government monetary/ fiscal policy considered. Methodology of appraising urban property, basic techniques of appraising and appraisal theory.
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