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Our Business and Technology division offers several courses to help prepare you for a Real Estate related career.

A career in real estate can afford you flexibility and freedom in your work, high earning potential and a sense of personal accomplishment. 

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REES 1705 Real Estate Principles & Practices

2 credit hours | 30 Classroom Hours = 30 Lecture Hours

Character of land, real estate markets, ownership interests, legal instruments, contracts, closing transfers, financing, brokerage, management, appraising, development and ownership.

REES 1720 Real Estate Finance

3 credit hours | 48 Classroom Hours = 48 Lecture Hours

Methods of financing different types of real estate, funding sources, and analysis of mortgage risks. F.H.A. underwriting and influences of governmental agencies is also included.

REES 1730 Real Estate Law

3 credit hours | 48 Classroom Hours = 48 Lecture Hours

A study of estates in land, deeds, leases, mortgages, easements, zoning ordinances, covenants, trespass, nuisance, trespassers, licensees, invitees, real estate brokers, and descendant’s estates

REES 1740 Real Estate Appraisal
3 credit hours | 48 Classroom Hours = 48 Lecture Hours
A study of valuation theories as applied to land, residential, commercial, and leasehold real estate. The course includes depreciation, capitalization, and three approaches to value.

REES 1740 Real Estate Appraisal

3 credit hours | 48 Classroom Hours = 48 Lecture Hours

A study of valuation theories as applied to land, residential, commercial, and leasehold real estate. The course includes depreciation, capitalization, and three approaches to value.

REES 1750 Real Estate Investments

3 credit hours| 48 Classroom Hours = 48 Lecture Hours

A study of the feasibility and the analysis of long-term investment characteristics of condominiums, apartments, housing complexes, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial properties, and subdivisions.

REES 1760 Real Estate Management

3 credit hours | 48 Classroom Hours = 48 Lecture Hours

Managing residential, cooperative, office, commercial, shopping and special purpose properties, merchandising space, tenant selection and relations, and maintenance.

REES 1765 Real Estate Sales & Brokerage

2 credit hours | 30 Classroom Hours = 30 Lecture Hours

This course introduces the student to the operational functions of the real estate agency. Topics included are office location and layout, sales management and training, listings, inventory, advertising, sales and promotions.