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Welcome to the sales associate licensing course. We designed this course to give you the information you need to obtain your Florida real estate sales associate license, and to give you the basic professional knowledge to help you in the early years of your career. We have worked to make the instruction as painless yet thorough as we can by using creative techniques to keep you awake, interested, and engaged.
You can expect to see one question on the end-of-course exam and one question on the state exam from this unit.
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After successfully completing this unit, you will be able to
• describe the various activities of real estate brokerage,
• distinguish among the five major sales specialties,
• identify the role of property managers,
• describe activities that require appraiser services and distinguish among CMA, BPO, and appraisal, explain the appraisal process and the role of the appraiser,
• understand the mortgage process and the role of mortgage loan originator,
• explain the three phases of development and construction, and
• distinguish among the three categories of residential construction.
|absentee owner||farm area|
|business broker||property management|
|business opportunity||property manager|
|community association manager (CAM)||real estate brokerage|
|comparative market analysis (CMA)||subdivision plat map|
|dedication||Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)|