This is one of the two required core courses for all new potential licensees in the state of Illinois to take before sitting for the licensing exam. Licensees must complete a total of 90-hour of Pre-License education consisting of the 75-hour Broker Pre-License Topics course AND the 15-hour Broker Pre-License Applied Real Estate Principles course. Completion of this course fulfills the 75-hour requirement. The additional 15-hour course must be taken either by webinar or in a classroom setting. Upon completion of this course you will be provided a link to register for a webinar for the additional 15-hour Broker Pre-License Applied Real Estate Principles course.
This fast-paced pre-license course includes the required subjects such as: license law, real property, structure of agency, seller relationships and counseling, buyer relationships and counseling, Illinois law, federal laws, marketing and advertising, real estate transactions, market analysis and appraisal, financing, contract knowledge and career path electives.
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Illinois Proctor Policy: The State of Illinois requires that the Course Final Exam for this course be Proctored. In order to successfully complete the pre-license course, students must take and score a minimum of 75% on a proctored final examination administered in an educational facility by an employee of the educational facility. Complete information on finding a proctor is included in your course materials. We must verify each proctor that is reported. If you do not have a proctor when you test, you will have to take the test again with a proctor present. Generally, public libraries do not charge to proctor exams, while most universities, colleges and learning centers will charge anywhere from $5 - $100. You are responsible for any proctoring fees associated with having your final exam proctored.
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