R.E. 100 Real Estate Principles (3 units)
Introduction to real and personal property, joint tenancies, partnerships, sales contracts,
homesteads, deeds, and taxes. Also included are the basics in financing real estate
practices and regulation of the real estate business. Completion of both R.E. 100
and R.E. 110 enables students to satisfy California state requirements for licensing.
R.E. 110 Real Estate Practice (3 units)
Real Estate Practice is the practical application of real estate skills in the field
and office environments. This course presents the skills, knowledge and abilities
needed to work with buyers, sellers, lessors and lessees to ensure success as a realtor.
Completion of both R.E. 100 and R.E. 110 enables students to satisfy California state
requirements for licensing.
R.E. 130 California Mortgage Loan Brokering & Lending (3 units)
Focusing on the entire mortgage loan process from loan origination to underwriting,
finishing with funding and servicing. The course also covers the marketing of oneself
when entering the profession of mortgage loan brokering and lending. Additional topics
covered include legal aspects of the business and various forms used within the profession.
R.E. 131 Real Estate Finance I (3 units)
Practices, customs, and laws relating to mortgage lending and the financing of real
estate, with emphasis on financing private houses. (Meets the State requirements as
one of two additional courses to move from the initial or temporary salesperson's
license to a regular renewable salesperson's license. Accepted for credit for the
R.E. 665 Selected Real Estate Topics (0.5- 1.5 units)
Courses will focus on, explore or introduce selected topics in real estate. Examples
include topics such as changes in real estate law and contemporary real estate themes.