CONTINUING EDUCATION
CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

12 Hour Continuing Education Package

APPROVAL NUMBER:
164.000126 , 164.0001261 , 164.0001252 , 164.0001262

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This Package is made up of four courses.
  • Core A Real Estate License Act 2000
  • Core B Agency & Fair Housing
  • Code of Ethics
  • Environmental Hazards

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 12 hours.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 70% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 30 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within five business days of receipt and upon passing with a minimum score of 70% the results will be electronically reported to the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate. A hard copy will be issued to you for your records. Please allow 2-3 weeks for your hard copy to be issued.

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Core Course A - Real Estate License Act 2000 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
164.000126

CATEGORY:
General

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Current changes and new law brought about by the Real Estate License Act 2000. Course is designed to help the student recognize and understand the changes in the Act.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

State the intent of the Act
State the activities and entities requiring a real estate license
Define key terms used in the License Act of 2000
List licensing exemptions to the Act
Understand office operations
Know when and to whom compensation may be made
Understand Escrow Procedures
Understand provisions for disciplinary action and the loss of License
Apply the provisions of the Act to daily practice

TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
LESSON 1: Why Real Estate License Law
LESSON 2: Licensing
LESSON 3: Financial Aspects of Real Estate License
LESSON 4: Maintaining the license
LESSON 5: Disciplinary Provisions
LESSON 6: Your Real Estate Business and the Act

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 3hours

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Core Course B - Agency/Fair Housing 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
164.0001261

CATEGORY:
General

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course consists of two modules: Agency & Fair Housing. Course includes duties of licensees representing clients, dual agency, disclosure, update on Act of 2000 as relates to agency and fair housing issues.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Understand and be able to implement agency responsibilities under the Illinois Real Estate License Act
Name and define protected classes under fair housing laws
Recognize personal responsibility under fair housing laws
Understand the complaint and penalty process under fair housing laws

TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
MODULE 1
LESSON 1: Contractual Relationships
LESSON 2: Fiduciary Rights & Obligations
LESSON 3: Illinois Agency
LESSON 4: Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of Brokers
LESSON 5: Disclosure
MODULE 2
LESSON 1: Introduction to Fair Housing
LESSON 2: Prohibited Acts
LESSON 3: Exemptions
LESSON 4: Enforcement & Penalties
LESSON 5: Ilinois Human Rights Act
LESSON 6: Equal Housing Opportunity
LESSON 7: Americans with Disabilities Act
LESSON 8: Case Studies

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 3 hours

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Code of Ethics 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
164.0001252

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course covers broad issues of standards of conduct and moral judgment. Our discussion will be in two parts. Part one will discuss case studies as they pertain to various illegal as well as unethical actions. Part two will discuss the National Association of REALTORS ® Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

The study of standards of conduct and moral judgment
The system or code of morals of a particular person, religion, groups, professional, etc.

Required conduct of Real Estate Professionals as outlined in the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics.

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME: It should take you approximately 3 hours to complete this course.

Environmental Hazards 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
164.0001262

CATEGORY:
General

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Course addresses current environmental concerns and possible solutions. Deals with environmental agencies and regulations, discusses the ways air and water quality affect real property and examines toxic elements and their relationship to real property.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Identify recent laws that have an impact on environmental problems, including lead disclosure laws
Identify the procedures used to locate toxic waste sites, the responsibilities for clean up and steps that may be taken to minimize future liabilities
Explain the nature of major air pollutants and remedies that may be applied to minimize the effect
Explain a landowner's responsibility for the protection of designated wetlands areas. Identify the protections afforded to endangered species by landowners and land developers
Explain the nature of electromagnetic forces and the possible need for testing
Explain the current status of environmental laws and their effect on property insurance and mortgage lending.
To learn more about Underground Storage Tanks and its potential hazards
To obtain a greater knowledge on endangered species and learn the proper way to deal with problems that come with this issue
To learn about laws involving wetland protection

TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
LESSON 1: Environmental Issues
LESSON 2: Principal Environmental Problems
LESSON 3: Lead Poisoning & Indoor Pollution
LESSON 4: Hazardous Gas
LESSON 5: Toxic Waste Sites
LESSON 6: Wetlands Protection
LESSON 7: Endangered Species Protection
LESSON 8: Underground Storage Tanks (UST)
LESSON 9: Water Damage
LESSON 10: Mold
LESSON 11: Environmental Site Assessment
LESSON 12: Contamination

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 3hours

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PRE-LICENSE CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

CLICK ON TITLE FOR DESCRIPTION

Career Package 1-Salesperson Pre-License
Career Package 2: Salesperson and Broker Pre-License Combo
Career Package 3: Broker Pre-License
Broker Pre-Licensing Course-Advanced Principles 2000(MANDATORY)Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Brokerage Administration (MANDATORY)Broker Pre-Licensing Course-Contracts & Conveyances(MANDATORY)
Broker Pre-Licensing - Principles of Real Estate Appraisal (ELECTIVE) 
Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Real Estate Financing (ELECTIVE) 


Career Package 1-Salesperson Pre-License

APPROVAL NUMBER:
113.000061

CATEGORY:
Mandatory Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTION:Illinois Real Estate License Law requires people who assist others in the sale, leasing, management, or exchange of their real estate to hold a real estate salesperson or broker license.
At all times, a sales person must work under the sponsorship or direction of a real estate broker. Real Estate Transactions meets the 45 hour requirement for individuals wishing to gain their salesperson license.
This course covers topics on the basics of administering and managing a real estate brokerage. It begins by taking the owner-broker through a systematic series of steps involved in setting up a brokerage management company, along with many helpful insights and examples. Next, discussion turns to topics such as deeds, fixtures, contracts, real estate closings, foreclosure and redemption, land use controls landlord/tenant relationships, cooperatives and condominiums. Finally, the Real Estate Agency to License Law to Environmental Hazards is discussed.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Define and understand concepts of real estate brokerage
  • Understand employment and compensation issues
  • Identify listing agreements
  • Identify buyer representation agreements
  • Understand Illinois agency
  • Recognize Fiduciary relationships
  • Identify agent responsibilities and statutory duties
  • Discern between Illinois Agency law and common law agency
  • Understand antitrust law
  • Understand Illinois License Law
  • Understand the sections of the Illinois License Act
  • Identify the environmental regulations that apply to real estate
  • Understand the real estate agent’s responsibilities regarding environmental hazards

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for a total of 45hours.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 150 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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Career Package 2: Salesperson and Broker Pre-License Combo

Career Package Two – 120 hour series designed for persons pursuing a broker license when not holding a valid Illinois Salesperson license. Includes the 45 hour Illinois Pre-license course and Broker Pre-license courses and meets the 120 hour educational requirement.

APPROVAL NUMBER:
Advanced Principles 2000 - 113.0000609
Brokerage Administration - 113.0000611
Contracts & Conveyances - 113.0000608
Principles of Real Estate Appraisal - 113.0000598
Real Estate Financing - 113.0000597
Basic Real Estate Transactions - 113.000061

CATEGORY:
Mandatory and Elective Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This Package is made up of five courses. Please click on the individual course to learn more about that particular course.

Advanced Principles 2000
Brokerage Administration
Contracts & Conveyances
Principles of Real Estate Appraisal
Real Estate Financing
Basic Real Estate Transactions
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
The courses in this package have been approved for a total of 75 hours.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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Career Package 3: Broker Pre-License 

Career Package One – 75 hour broker series designed for persons with a valid Illinois real estate license which satisfies 45 hours of the 120 hour educational requirements.

APPROVAL NUMBER:
Advanced Principles 2000 - 113.0000609
Brokerage Administration - 113.0000611
Contracts & Conveyances - 113.0000608
Principles of Real Estate Appraisal - 113.0000598
Real Estate Financing - 113.0000597

CATEGORY:
Mandatory and Elective Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This Package is made up of five courses. Please click on the individual course to learn more about that particular course.

Advanced Principles 2000
Brokerage Administration
Contracts & Conveyances
Principles of Real Estate Appraisal
Real Estate Financing
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

SEAT TIME:
The courses in this package have been approved for a total of 75 hours.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Advanced Principles 2000 (MANDATORY) 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
113.0000609

CATEGORY:
Mandatory

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This Advanced Real Estate Principles 2000 Course consists of five modules: Illinois Real Estate Agency, Illinois Brokerage Administration, Illinois Contracts and Conveyances, Illinois License Law, and Environmental Hazard. Advanced Principles 2000 is a mandatory course for brokerage licensing. This course covers broad topics such as agency law, statutory duties, real estate brokerage, contracts, titles, license law, environmental regulations, etc.

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

Illinois applicants with a valid sales license are required to complete an additional 75 hours of approved course work.

Illinois applicants who are currently admitted to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court and currently in active standing are exempt from the educational requirements and applicants with a Bachelors or Masters degree in accounting, business, law, finance or real estate may be exempt from the educational requirements. Please contact the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate for further details.

An applicant for an Illinois real estate license meeting the above requirements has 3 options with regard to education.
1. Complete the 45-hour course and obtain a salesperson's license.
2. Immediately complete an additional 75 hours while working as a salesperson and test for a broker's license when complete.
3. Complete 120 hours of education and obtain a broker's license when complete.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 15 hours of Mandatory broker pre-licensing education.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy

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Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Brokerage Administration (MANDATORY) 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
113.0000611

CATEGORY:
Mandatory

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course covers the essentials of setting up your own real estate business. It takes the owner-broker through a systematic series of steps involved in setting up a brokerage management company, along with many helpful insights and examples.
The course is intended as a guideline for brokers to set up their business. Hence, it covers issues ranging from initial planning to eventual expansion of the business. In this course, you will find out about the types of business that you can form, how to choose one, and information on where and how to set up your office. Once established, you will learn about staffing and promoting your office. Recruitment, training and other employee issues are discussed in fair length. Ideas for promoting your business, as well as the vehicles of promotion are examined and weighed against each other.
Aspects of finance and accounting are also covered in the course, as part of the dynamic skills set needed to be a broker.

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

Illinois applicants with a valid sales license are required to complete an additional 75 hours of approved course work.

Illinois applicants who are currently admitted to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court and currently in active standing are exempt from the educational requirements and applicants with a Bachelors or Masters degree in accounting, business, law, finance or real estate may be exempt from the educational requirements. Please contact the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate for further details.

An applicant for an Illinois real estate license meeting the above requirements has 3 options with regard to education.
1. Complete the 45-hour course and obtain a salesperson's license.
2. Immediately complete an additional 75 hours while working as a salesperson and test for a broker's license when complete.
3. Complete 120 hours of education and obtain a broker's license when complete.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 15 hours of Mandatory broker pre-licensing education.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Contracts and Conveyances (MANDATORY) 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
113.0000608

CATEGORY:
Mandatory

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course covers issues concerning contracts and conveyances in the Illinois Real Estate System. The themes that will be covered are:
concepts of home ownership, listing agreements and contracts, title records and transfers, land use control, lease types and property
management.

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

Illinois applicants with a valid sales license are required to complete an additional 75 hours of approved course work.

Illinois applicants who are currently admitted to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court and currently in active standing are exempt from the educational requirements and applicants with a Bachelors or Masters degree in accounting, business, law, finance or real estate may be exempt from the educational requirements. Please contact the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate for further details.

An applicant for an Illinois real estate license meeting the above requirements has 3 options with regard to education.
1. Complete the 45-hour course and obtain a salesperson's license.
2. Immediately complete an additional 75 hours while working as a salesperson and test for a broker's license when complete.
3. Complete 120 hours of education and obtain a broker's license when complete.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 15 hours of Mandatory broker pre-licensing education.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Principles of Real Estate Appraisal (ELECTIVE) 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
113.0000598

CATEGORY:
Elective

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
In the Principles of Real Estate Appraisal course you will be given an understanding of the terms, key processes, and sources of data to use to derive a valid value estimate for a given property. After completing the lessons, you will be given quizzes and then a final exam to assess you knowledge on the subject.

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

Illinois applicants with a valid sales license are required to complete an additional 75 hours of approved course work.

Illinois applicants who are currently admitted to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court and currently in active standing are exempt from the educational requirements and applicants with a Bachelors or Masters degree in accounting, business, law, finance or real estate may be exempt from the educational requirements. Please contact the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate for further details.

An applicant for an Illinois real estate license meeting the above requirements has 3 options with regard to education.
1. Complete the 45-hour course and obtain a salesperson's license.
2. Immediately complete an additional 75 hours while working as a salesperson and test for a broker's license when complete.
3. Complete 120 hours of education and obtain a broker's license when complete.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 15 hours of Mandatory broker pre-licensing education.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Real Estate Financing (ELECTIVE) 

APPROVAL NUMBER:
113.0000597

CATEGORY:
Elective

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course provides an introduction to residential real estate finance and intensive processing training in FHA, VA, FNMA, & FHLMC loans in the state of Illinois. This module is designed to make you understand the basics of the application, appraisals, escrow, title, and credit reports.

Specifically, you will learn about lender and FHA requirements, location analysis, property analysis, valuation considerations, regulatory environment, enforcement and sanctions, manufactured homes, planned unit and condominiums, preparing a property for mortgage and required forms.

REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.

Illinois applicants with a valid sales license are required to complete an additional 75 hours of approved course work.

Illinois applicants who are currently admitted to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court nd currently in active standing are exempt from the educational requirements and applicants with a Bachelors or Masters degree in accounting, business, law, finance or real estate may be exempt from the educational requirements. Please contact the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate for further details.

An applicant for an Illinois real estate license meeting the above requirements has 3 options with regard to education.
1. Complete the 45-hour course and obtain a salesperson's license.
2. Immediately complete an additional 75 hours while working as a salesperson and test for a broker's license when complete.
3. Complete 120 hours of education and obtain a broker's license when complete.

SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 15 hours of Mandatory broker pre-licensing education.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:
N/A

TESTING:
To pass this course, a score of 75% is required on a final proctored exam. You will have 3 hours to take the 100 question exam in the presence of a proctor. The proctor is a person selected by the student and is a disinterested 3rd party that is not related to you by blood, marriage, or any other relationship, which would negatively influence them from properly administering tests. In addition, the proctor can NOT be another Illinois Real Estate licensee.

After selecting a proctor and submitting the necessary proctor form, contact the Illinois Academy for the final exam to be mailed to the proctor. Upon receipt of notification, you may call your proctor and set an appointment for the exam.

COURSE COMPLETION:
Exams are scored within two business days of receipt; upon passing with a minimum score of 75%, the official transcript and instructions for scheduling the state exam will be returned to the student by priority mail. Please do not attempt to schedule the state exam until the official transcript has been received and you have reviewed it for accuracy.

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12 Hour Continuing Education Package           12.0     $85.00   
 

COURSE TITLE                                          HOURS  COST                     
Core Course A - Real Estate License Act 2000         
Core Course B - Agency/Fair Housing                     
Code of Ethics                                                      
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PACKAGES                                               HOURS     COST


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Career Package 3: Broker Pre-License   

INDIVIDUAL COURSES                               HOURS    COST
Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Advanced
Principles 2000 (MANDATORY)    
Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Brokerage
Administration (MANDATORY)      
Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Contracts
and Conveyances (MANDATORY) 
Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Principles of
Real Estate Appraisal (ELECTIVE)      
Broker Pre-Licensing Course - Real Estate
Financing (ELECTIVE)   

Before enrolling be sure to check this State Requirements page for information regarding Illinois pre-license education requirements as well as instructions for receiving credit after course completion.   Once you are enrolled, you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to contact customer support and other information pertinent to your courses.
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