Alabama Real Estate Pre-License Courses Online

Receive your Alabama real estate license at home or office. Satisfy all of your real estate continuing education licensing requirements online. Courses are fully accredited and applicable for renewing your license.

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Alabama Real Estate Pre-License Courses Online

ALABAMA Pre-License Fundamentals


Course Description: 
  • This prelicense course begins by introducing the student to various types of real estate careers, activities, companies, and governmental agencies that regulate the industry. 
  • Then the course explores property rights, forms of ownership, property restrictions, and zoning. 
  • Students will learn the mathematical calculations and formulas commonly used in the real estate industry. 
  • The course provides an overview of agency relationships, contract law, property transfers, listing agreements, and deeds as well as environmental issues that licensees may encounter. 
  • The general prelicense section ends with an exploration of loans and the loan process, leasing, appraisal methods, and fair housing laws. 
  • The Alabama license law section examines state laws governing real estate licensing, licensee conduct, and the organization and duties of the Alabama Real Estate Commission. 
  • Students will learn about the requirements for securing and maintaining a license, the real estate-related activities that require a license, and the responsibilities of a qualifying broker. 
  • This course provides an overview of the Alabama Real Estate Consumers Agency and Disclosure Act (RECAD) and the Real Estate Recovery Fund, as well as violations of Alabama License Law and Commission Rules, the disciplinary action process, penalties for licensees, and the appropriate way to handle trust funds.
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Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • Learn about the various types of real estate careers, activities, companies, and governmental agencies that regulate the industry.
  • Explore theproperty rights, forms of ownership, property restrictions, and zoning.
  • Learn the mathematical calculations and formulas commonly used in the real estate industry.
  • Be familiar with agency relationships, contract law, property transfers, listing agreements, and deeds as well as environmental issues that licensees may encounter.
  • Explore the concept of loans and the loan process, leasing, appraisal methods, and fair housing laws
  •  Learn about the requirements for securing and maintaining a license, the real estate-related activities that require a license, and the responsibilities of a qualifying broker. - - 
  • Get an overview of the Alabama Real Estate Consumers Agency and Disclosure Act (RECAD) and the Real Estate Recovery Fund, as well as violations of Alabama License Law and Commission Rules, the disciplinary action process, penalties for licensees, and the appropriate way to handle trust funds.

Alabama Salesperson Exam Prep

FINAL PREP - DRE – Alabama Questions for Salespersons

An Exam Prep for Real Estate Licensee Candidates Based upon the Required DRE Exam

This exam prep is provided to those students who are preparing to take the state-mandated exam to become Real Estate Licensees in Alabama. It is not an official or otherwise sanctioned testing mechanism, and is meant merely to provide a determination of your preparedness for taking the Proctored Exam given by the DRE in Alabama. In order for this testing module to be truly effective you should have completed pre-license educational coursework for Alabama.

Like the official exam that you will take to gain your license, this test is comprised of questions dealing with issues applicable nationwide, and with state-specific issues. To help you retain the information presented here, these subject areas are presented separately and all questions have feedback to explain the correct answer.

You will study the following subjects:
  •   Property Ownership and Land Use Controls and Regulations Laws of Agency
  •   Valuation and Market Analysis
  •   Financing
  •   Transfer of Property
  •   Practice of Real Estate and Mandated Disclosures
  •   Contracts
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​State Requirements 


End of Course Instructions

  • Congratulations on successfully finishing your course! 
  • These credits count toward your Alabama Real Estate Education requirement, and your school of record will submit your credits to the commission upon receipt of the Course Evaluation Form AND the Proctor Form. 
  • You may print a copy of your certificate of completion to keep for your own records. 

Topics Covered: •Career Basics
  • •Real Estate Law Violations
  • •Real Property Rights
  • •Characteristics of Real Property
  • •Land Use
  • •Fixtures
  • •Land, Tenements, Hereditaments, and Estates
  • •Life Estates
  • •Life Tenants and Nonfreehold Estates
  • •Concurrent Ownership
  • •Condominiums and Cooperatives
  • •Time Shares and Business Organization Ownership
  • •Easements and Liens
  • •Conditions, Covenants, Restrictions and Encroachments 
  • •Zoning
  • •Real Estate Ownership: A Summary
  • •Real Estate Math: Formulas
  • •Real Estate Math: Prorations
  • •Real Estate Math: Survey Systems
  • •Agency and Brokerage Relationships
  • •Brokerage
  • •Dual Agency
  • •Listing Agreements
  • •Legal Descriptions
  • •Basic Contract Law
  • •Types of Contracts
  • •Fraud and Voidability
  • •Termination of Contracts
  • •Sale Contracts
  • •The Selling Process
  • •Deeds: Part 1
  • •Deeds: Part 2
  • •Title Insurance
  • •Environmental Issues
  • •Asbestos and Formaldehyde
  • •Real Estate Financing Practices
  • •Types of Mortgages
  • •Mortgage Bankers
  • •FHA and VA Programs
  • •Veterans’ Administration Loans
  • •The Loan Process
  • •Lending Regulations
  • •Principals of Financing 
  • •Basics of Leasing 
  • •Lease Contracts
  • •Property Management
  • •Real Estate Valuation
  • •Comparative Market Analysis
  • •Highest and Best Use
  • •Appraisal Steps
  • •The Net Income Approach
  • •The Cost Approach
  • •Escrow and Settlement Process
  • •Closing Basics
  • •Fair Housing Laws Protected Classes and Blocking 
  • •Americans with Disabilities Act
  • •History of Fair Housing in America
  • •Fair Housing: Law of the Land
  • •Fair Housing Rules
  • •Introduction to the Alabama Real Estate Commission 
  • •Licensure 
  • •Qualifications and Responsibilities of Brokers and Salespersons 
  • •Real Estate Consumers Agency and Disclosure Act (RECAD)
  • •Recovery Fund Alabama License Law Violations Disciplinary Actions Trust Accounts
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State Requirements

***Students enrolled in the Salesperson Prelicense course can receive no more than six (6) hours of credit per day.

***Students who complete a distance education Salesperson Prelicense course must be given a paper “Distance Education Course Evaluation” which is located on the Commission’s website at www.arec.alabama.gov in the Education Resources, then under “Evaluations”. 
Please attach this form to the course at the end instead of a certificate with instructions to print it and after filling it out, send to the Commission directly – not to the School.


SALESPERSON LICENSE REQUIREMENTS PER THE ALABAMA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION


To become eligible to obtain a SALESPERSON license in Alabama, an applicant who does not hold a current real estate license in another state must:

  •     Be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident alien or legally present in the U.S;
  •     Be at least 19 years old;
  •     Show proof of bona fide residency in any state in the U.S.;
  •     Show proof of high school graduation or GED;
  •     Not have been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude;
  •     Not have had a real estate application or license rejected or revoked in any state within the past two years.
  •     After meeting the education and/or experience requirements, pass the licensing examination.

Additionally, a SALESPERSON applicant must:

  • Prior to taking the state exam, successfully complete an approved 60 clock hour prelicense course. Applicants have 12 months to pass the state exam after completing the course. If these deadlines are not met, the course must be retaken.
AND
  • Must complete a 30 hour post license training course within the first twelve months of licensure in order to be issued an original (permanent) license. Further, the course must be completed and original license issued within the first six months in order to maintain an active license.

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