State of Michigan Approved Training Provider #372
Real Estate Salesperson Pre-Licensure (40 Hour Course) This class prepares you for the real estate salespersons licensing exam. To be eligible to take the salesperson examination, you must successfully pass the forty (40) hour class. This course requires no previous knowledge of real estate. This course covers contracts, property ownership, liens and community ownership, property description and title, leasing land and use, and taxation. Pricing property, introduction to finance, real estate math, and loans are other topics that are covered. This course also includes the required license law and rules as well as agency, fair housing, and ADA plus additional state specific topics including licensing and statutory requirements.
Real Estate Broker Pre-Licensure (90 Hour Course) Broker candidates must obtain a total of ninety (90) classroom hours, thirty (30) hours for broker preparation and an additional sixty (60) hours of other related course topics. The sixty (60) hours must also include nine (9) hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing. This course will allow the student to gain knowledge and an understanding of such important topics as the principles and practices real estate, legal aspects of real estate, real estate finance, real estate appraisal; including general data analysis, residential real estate markets, neighborhood analysis, site description and analysis, highest and best use, specific data analysis, improvement analysis, principles of value, gross rent multiplier, and special appraisal techniques. Additional course topics include real estate economics and general accounting, business law, property management, escrows, real estate office administration, and mortgage loan brokering and lending. The course also covers the three approaches to value: Sales comparison (or market data), cost, and income, along with case studies and practice exercises pertaining to each approach as well as the principles of commercial real estate, commercial leases, and environmental regulations. The course is also inclusive of the required thirty hours of broker preparation and nine hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing.
Residential Builders License Pre-Licensure (60 Hour Course) This class prepares you for the builders licensing exam. To be eligible to take the builders examination, you must successfully pass the sixty (60) hour class. This course applies to both Residential Builder and Residential Maintenance and Alteration Contractors. This course covers business management, estimating, job costing, and design and building science. Contracts, liabilities, risk management, marketing and sales, and project management and scheduling are other topics that are covered. This course also includes teachings on the current Michigan residential code as well as the construction safety standards as outlined by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act. Additional subject matter electives are also included.
EPA RRP Lead Renovator Certification (8 Hour Initial Course / 4 Hour Refresher Course) The EPA Renovate, Repair, and Paint (RRP) rule covers many specific work projects including, but not limited to, renovation, remodeling, painting, window replacement, plumbing, electrical work, heating & air conditioning, demolition, plus work performed by trades like carpenters, electricians and handymen. The rule applies to persons working for rental property owners, schools, and day care providers as well as to non-profits and governmental agencies. The training that is provided will cover the EPA and HUD requirements with study materials and hands-on training to give you a full understanding of why this topic is so important to the construction industry. The initial course is delivered in a one day, eight hour initial renovator course that will prepare the student for what they need to know and how to best be able to perform their duties as a contractor and be able to satisfy all EPA and HUD requirements. At the end of the day long training the student will be recognized as being a certified lead renovator. This certification is valid for a five year period from the date the initial course is completed. The refresher course is a half day, four hour training session that will reestablish the students knowledge for what they need to know and how to best be able to perform their duties as a contractor while being able to satisfy all EPA and HUD requirements. At the end of the four hour training the student will be recognized as being a certified lead renovator. The classroom (with hands-on) refresher course maintains the certification for an additional five year period. Alternatively, the student may elect to take the refresher course in an online format. The online (without hands-on) course maintains the certification for an additional three year period. The online course can only be completed every other certification period.
Mold Remediation (30 Hour Course) This course introduces the candidate the various types of mold that may be found in both residential and commercial structures. The candidate will learn to test, identify and remediate excessive mold concentrations within commercial and residential structures. Business practices, including but not limited to, the liability insurance required to conduct mold work, containment of work areas, safety practices when working with mold, and the proper disposal of mold infested components will be taught.
Real Estate Rehabilitation for Investment and Sales (160 Hour Course) This is an intense four week one hundred sixty hour (160) course that will cover business topics for purchasing real property for the purpose of resale or investment. The candidate who successfully completes this course will obtain the federal certifications required to work on pre 1978 structures, certification for mold abatement, and the required pre license training required to successfully pass both the Michigan Residential Builders license and Michigan Real Estate Salesperson license state administered examinations. Upon the completion of this course the candidate will be thoroughly prepared to create their own real estate investment business. The candidate will be introduced though this course to goal setting techniques, analysis for investment purposes the acquisition of real property, business entity formation, tax law applicable to real property, sources of financing to obtain real property, analysis of comparable real estate sales, nontraditional venues to obtain information on the availability of real property for sale, tenant qualification, property management techniques, liability reduction, fair housing laws and requirements, purchase and lease agreement conception, and a myriad of applicable knowledge on operating a successful real estate investment business. This course also includes, at no charge to the candidate who successfully completes the entire curriculum, 20 hours of additional post graduate consulting to assist the candidate in resolving any questions they may have post completion of the course. Additional consulting beyond the 20 hours is available for a nominal cost.
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Real Estate Salesperson Pre-Licensure (40 Hour Course) This class prepares you for the real estate salespersons licensing exam. To be eligible to take the salesperson examination, you must successfully pass the forty (40) hour class. This course requires no previous knowledge of real estate. This course covers contracts, property ownership, liens and community ownership, property description and title, leasing land and use, and taxation. Pricing property, introduction to finance, real estate math, and loans are other topics that are covered. This course also includes the required license law and rules as well as agency, fair housing, and ADA plus additional state specific topics including licensing and statutory requirements.
Real Estate Broker Pre-Licensure (90 Hour Course) Broker candidates must obtain a total of ninety (90) classroom hours, thirty (30) hours for broker preparation and an additional sixty (60) hours of other related course topics. The sixty (60) hours must also include nine (9) hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing. This course will allow the student to gain knowledge and an understanding of such important topics as the principles and practices real estate, legal aspects of real estate, real estate finance, real estate appraisal; including general data analysis, residential real estate markets, neighborhood analysis, site description and analysis, highest and best use, specific data analysis, improvement analysis, principles of value, gross rent multiplier, and special appraisal techniques. Additional course topics include real estate economics and general accounting, business law, property management, escrows, real estate office administration, and mortgage loan brokering and lending. The course also covers the three approaches to value: Sales comparison (or market data), cost, and income, along with case studies and practice exercises pertaining to each approach as well as the principles of commercial real estate, commercial leases, and environmental regulations. The course is also inclusive of the required thirty hours of broker preparation and nine hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing.
Residential Builders License Pre-Licensure (60 Hour Course) This class prepares you for the builders licensing exam. To be eligible to take the builders examination, you must successfully pass the sixty (60) hour class. This course applies to both Residential Builder and Residential Maintenance and Alteration Contractors. This course covers business management, estimating, job costing, and design and building science. Contracts, liabilities, risk management, marketing and sales, and project management and scheduling are other topics that are covered. This course also includes teachings on the current Michigan residential code as well as the construction safety standards as outlined by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act. Additional subject matter electives are also included.
EPA RRP Lead Renovator Certification (8 Hour Initial Course / 4 Hour Refresher Course) The EPA Renovate, Repair, and Paint (RRP) rule covers many specific work projects including, but not limited to, renovation, remodeling, painting, window replacement, plumbing, electrical work, heating & air conditioning, demolition, plus work performed by trades like carpenters, electricians and handymen. The rule applies to persons working for rental property owners, schools, and day care providers as well as to non-profits and governmental agencies. The training that is provided will cover the EPA and HUD requirements with study materials and hands-on training to give you a full understanding of why this topic is so important to the construction industry. The initial course is delivered in a one day, eight hour initial renovator course that will prepare the student for what they need to know and how to best be able to perform their duties as a contractor and be able to satisfy all EPA and HUD requirements. At the end of the day long training the student will be recognized as being a certified lead renovator. This certification is valid for a five year period from the date the initial course is completed. The refresher course is a half day, four hour training session that will reestablish the students knowledge for what they need to know and how to best be able to perform their duties as a contractor while being able to satisfy all EPA and HUD requirements. At the end of the four hour training the student will be recognized as being a certified lead renovator. The classroom (with hands-on) refresher course maintains the certification for an additional five year period. Alternatively, the student may elect to take the refresher course in an online format. The online (without hands-on) course maintains the certification for an additional three year period. The online course can only be completed every other certification period.
Mold Remediation (30 Hour Course) This course introduces the candidate the various types of mold that may be found in both residential and commercial structures. The candidate will learn to test, identify and remediate excessive mold concentrations within commercial and residential structures. Business practices, including but not limited to, the liability insurance required to conduct mold work, containment of work areas, safety practices when working with mold, and the proper disposal of mold infested components will be taught.
Real Estate Rehabilitation for Investment and Sales (160 Hour Course) This is an intense four week one hundred sixty hour (160) course that will cover business topics for purchasing real property for the purpose of resale or investment. The candidate who successfully completes this course will obtain the federal certifications required to work on pre 1978 structures, certification for mold abatement, and the required pre license training required to successfully pass both the Michigan Residential Builders license and Michigan Real Estate Salesperson license state administered examinations. Upon the completion of this course the candidate will be thoroughly prepared to create their own real estate investment business. The candidate will be introduced though this course to goal setting techniques, analysis for investment purposes the acquisition of real property, business entity formation, tax law applicable to real property, sources of financing to obtain real property, analysis of comparable real estate sales, nontraditional venues to obtain information on the availability of real property for sale, tenant qualification, property management techniques, liability reduction, fair housing laws and requirements, purchase and lease agreement conception, and a myriad of applicable knowledge on operating a successful real estate investment business. This course also includes, at no charge to the candidate who successfully completes the entire curriculum, 20 hours of additional post graduate consulting to assist the candidate in resolving any questions they may have post completion of the course. Additional consulting beyond the 20 hours is available for a nominal cost.
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State of Michigan Approved Training Provider #372

COURSES

Real Estate Salesperson Pre-Licensure (40 Hour Course) This class prepares you for the real estate salespersons licensing exam. To be eligible to take the salesperson examination, you must successfully pass the forty (40) hour class. This course requires no previous knowledge of real estate. This course covers contracts, property ownership, liens and community ownership, property description and title, leasing land and use, and taxation. Pricing property, introduction to finance, real estate math, and loans are other topics that are covered. This course also includes the required license law and rules as well as agency, fair housing, and ADA plus additional state specific topics including licensing and statutory requirements.
Real Estate Broker Pre-Licensure (90 Hour Course) Broker candidates must obtain a total of ninety (90) classroom hours, thirty (30) hours for broker preparation and an additional sixty (60) hours of other related course topics. The sixty (60) hours must also include nine (9) hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing. This course will allow the student to gain knowledge and an understanding of such important topics as the principles and practices real estate, legal aspects of real estate, real estate finance, real estate appraisal; including general data analysis, residential real estate markets, neighborhood analysis, site description and analysis, highest and best use, specific data analysis, improvement analysis, principles of value, gross rent multiplier, and special appraisal techniques. Additional course topics include real estate economics and general accounting, business law, property management, escrows, real estate office administration, and mortgage loan brokering and lending. The course also covers the three approaches to value: Sales comparison (or market data), cost, and income, along with case studies and practice exercises pertaining to each approach as well as the principles of commercial real estate, commercial leases, and environmental regulations. The course is also inclusive of the required thirty hours of broker preparation and nine hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing.
Residential Builders License Pre-Licensure (60 Hour Course) This class prepares you for the builders licensing exam. To be eligible to take the builders examination, you must successfully pass the sixty (60) hour class. This course applies to both Residential Builder and Residential Maintenance and Alteration Contractors. This course covers business management, estimating, job costing, and design and building science. Contracts, liabilities, risk management, marketing and sales, and project management and scheduling are other topics that are covered. This course also includes teachings on the current Michigan residential code as well as the construction safety standards as outlined by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act. Additional subject matter electives are also included.
EPA RRP Lead Renovator Certification (8 Hour Initial Course / 4 Hour Refresher Course) The EPA Renovate, Repair, and Paint (RRP) rule covers many specific work projects including, but not limited to, renovation, remodeling, painting, window replacement, plumbing, electrical work, heating & air conditioning, demolition, plus work performed by trades like carpenters, electricians and handymen. The rule applies to persons working for rental property owners, schools, and day care providers as well as to non-profits and governmental agencies. The training that is provided will cover the EPA and HUD requirements with study materials and hands-on training to give you a full understanding of why this topic is so important to the construction industry. The initial course is delivered in a one day, eight hour initial renovator course that will prepare the student for what they need to know and how to best be able to perform their duties as a contractor and be able to satisfy all EPA and HUD requirements. At the end of the day long training the student will be recognized as being a certified lead renovator. This certification is valid for a five year period from the date the initial course is completed. The refresher course is a half day, four hour training session that will reestablish the students knowledge for what they need to know and how to best be able to perform their duties as a contractor while being able to satisfy all EPA and HUD requirements. At the end of the four hour training the student will be recognized as being a certified lead renovator. The classroom (with hands-on) refresher course maintains the certification for an additional five year period. Alternatively, the student may elect to take the refresher course in an online format. The online (without hands-on) course maintains the certification for an additional three year period. The online course can only be completed every other certification period.
Mold Remediation (30 Hour Course) This course introduces the candidate the various types of mold that may be found in both residential and commercial structures. The candidate will learn to test, identify and remediate excessive mold concentrations within commercial and residential structures. Business practices, including but not limited to, the liability insurance required to conduct mold work, containment of work areas, safety practices when working with mold, and the proper disposal of mold infested components will be taught.
Real Estate Rehabilitation for Investment and Sales (160 Hour Course) This is an intense four week one hundred sixty hour (160) course that will cover business topics for purchasing real property for the purpose of resale or investment. The candidate who successfully completes this course will obtain the federal certifications required to work on pre 1978 structures, certification for mold abatement, and the required pre license training required to successfully pass both the Michigan Residential Builders license and Michigan Real Estate Salesperson license state administered examinations. Upon the completion of this course the candidate will be thoroughly prepared to create their own real estate investment business. The candidate will be introduced though this course to goal setting techniques, analysis for investment purposes the acquisition of real property, business entity formation, tax law applicable to real property, sources of financing to obtain real property, analysis of comparable real estate sales, nontraditional venues to obtain information on the availability of real property for sale, tenant qualification, property management techniques, liability reduction, fair housing laws and requirements, purchase and lease agreement conception, and a myriad of applicable knowledge on operating a successful real estate investment business. This course also includes, at no charge to the candidate who successfully completes the entire curriculum, 20 hours of additional post graduate consulting to assist the candidate in resolving any questions they may have post completion of the course. Additional consulting beyond the 20 hours is available for a nominal cost.
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