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responsibilities, office operations, requirements, regulations, financing, management and more.
Knowing that many Florida real estate salespersons have been away from the classroom for some time, the course
also is punctuated with key elements from the Florida Pre License course as reminders, so that when you sit
for your Broker Licensing Exam, you won’t be caught off guard.
1. Florida Broker Course - 72 Hours$604 2. 400-page E-book: Principles of Real Estate Practice $25 Retail Price = $629 * According to FL law, in order to qualify for the FL Broker's license, you must take this course plus show 2 years experience or more.
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You must have 24-months active experience as a licensed sales agent to apply for your broker license.
72-Hour Florida Broker Course
Becoming a Licensed Real Estate Broker
Opening a Real Estate Office
Owning, Managing and Supervising a Real Estate Office
Office Inspections, Disciplinary Process and Real Estate Recovery Fund
Overview of Real Estate Valuation
Sales Comparison, Cost-Depreciation, and Income Approaches
Agency Relationship and Disclosure Requirements
Financing in Real Estate
Closing Real Estate Transactions
Federal Income Tax Laws
Investment in Real Estate
Zoning and Planning, Subdividing of Land and Special Issues
Environmental Issues Affecting Real Estate Transactions
475.451 Schools teaching real estate practice.
(3) It is unlawful for any person, school, or institution to offer the courses described in subsection (1) or to
conduct classes in such courses, regardless of the number of pupils, whether by correspondence or otherwise, without
first procuring a permit, or to guarantee that its pupils will pass any examinations required for licensure, or to
represent that the issuance of a permit is any recommendation or endorsement of the person, school, or institution to
which it is issued or of any course of instruction given thereunder.
(4) Any person who violates this section commits a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s.
775.082 or s. 775.083.
475.4511 Advertising by real estate schools.
(1) No person representing a real estate school offering and teaching real estate courses under this chapter shall
make, cause to be made, or approve any statement, representation, or act, oral, written, or visual, in connection
with the operation of the school, its affiliations with individuals or entities of courses offered, or any
endorsement of such, if such person knows or believes, or reasonably should know or believe, the statement,
representation, or act to be false, inaccurate, misleading, or exaggerated.
(2) A school shall not use advertising of any nature which is false, inaccurate, misleading, or exaggerated.
Publicity and advertising of a real estate school, or of its representative, shall be based upon relevant facts and
supported by evidence establishing their truth.
(3) No representative of any school or institution coming within the provisions of this chapter shall promise or
guarantee employment or placement of any student or prospective student using information, training, or skill
purported to be provided, or otherwise enhanced, by a course or school as an inducement to enroll in the school,
unless such person offers the student or prospective student a bona fide contract of employment agreeing to employ
the student or prospective student.
61J2-17.013 Interpretation of Particular Phrases.
Whenever used, the phrases set forth shall be construed as follows:
(1) “To guarantee that its pupils will pass any examinations given by the department” as prohibited by Section
475.451(3), Florida Statutes, and shall be construed to include, but without limitation, any representation,
agreement, promise or understanding whereby a person enrolled in any school or course is to receive any refund of
money or other thing of value if such person should fail the examination offered by the Division.
(2) “Each person, school, or institution” used in Section 475.451(1), Florida Statutes, is construed to include only
one address or location; and a person, school or institution, offering or conducting a course at more than one
address or location, must obtain a permit for each address or location.