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NOTICE ABOUT TREC CE REQUIREMENT
Effective February 1, 2021, TREC requires that 18 hours of CE required for each renewal of a real estate sales agent or broker license include 3 hours on the subject of real estate contracts. If your license expires after February 1, 2021, please make sure to select a course package that includes the 3-hour contracts course.

All ONLINE Only courses are offered through the following provider:
The Real Estate Business School of Austin,  Provider Lic #7010451/#10071

All LIVE courses are offered through the following provider:
The Real Estate Business School of Salado, Provider Lic # 701054/#10220

First Time Renewal

To renew your license in the first two years, the Salesperson Apprentice Education (SAE) is 90 hours of qualifying real estate education. In addition, TREC is requiring TREC Legal Update I and Legal Update II (for a total of 8 hours) which will also need to be completed prior to the first two year license term so that a total of 98 classroom hours are completed by the end of the second year of licensure. This package complies with TREC guidelines for needed hours.

Attention: If you have been made a supervisor by your broker, you are required to also complete the 6-hour CE Broker Responsibility course. For more info regarding this requirement, visit TREC site. Click here for the CE Broker Responsibility course.

  • Business  Principles and Strategies (30 hours) – #558
  • Marketing: The Number ONE Skill to Have (30 hours)  – #538
  • Real Estate Marketing: Buyer’s Agent (30 hours) – #530
  • Legal Update I (4 hours) – #42039
  • Legal Update II (4 hours) – #42040

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

To renew your license in the first two years, the Salesperson Apprentice Education (SAE) is 90 hours of qualifying real estate education. In addition, TREC is requiring TREC Legal Update I and Legal Update II (for a total of 8 hours) which will also need to be completed prior to the first two year license term so that a total of 98 classroom hours are completed by the end of the second year of licensure. This package complies with TREC guidelines for needed hours.

Attention: If you have been made a supervisor by your broker, you are required to also complete the 6-hour CE Broker Responsibility course. For more info regarding this requirement, visit TREC site. Click here for the CE Broker Responsibility course.

  • Property Management (30 hours) – #851
  • Real Estate Appraisal Principles and Standards (30 hours ) – #230
  • Real Estate Brokerage (30 hours) – #751
  • Legal Update I (4 hours) – #42039
  • Legal Update II (4 hours) – #42040

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

Subsequent Renewals ONLINE

This package satisfies TREC February 1, 2021 CE Requirement.

Investing 101: Does The Price I Pay for Property REALLY Matter? (4 hours) – # 41152/ #41150
Learn how to value different types of property. One of the most important responsibilities as an agent or broker to their client is the ability to calculate the value of the asset that the buyer is buying or the seller is selling. To truly represent the best interest of the client and to protect the client, the agent or broker must be willing and able to have a candid and knowledgeable conversation about pricing and value. Licensee who represent their client have the fiduciary duty to give advice and opinions. Advising a buyer on what to offer on a property or a seller at what price to list the property is key in the licensee’s responsibility.

Investing 202: How to Measure ROI and Risk (3 hours) – # 42299/ # 42298
Learn how to value different types of property and measure risks and ROI. One of the most important responsibilities as an agent or broker to their client is the ability to calculate the value of the asset that the buyer is buying or the seller is selling. To truly represent the best interest of the client and to protect the client, the agent or broker must be willing and able to have a candid and knowledgeable conversation about pricing and value. In this course the student will learn how to help their clients understand the estimated values, returns and risks associated with making investments.

Option Period and Repair Amendments (3 hours) – #43661
This course satisfies TREC requirement that will take effect on February 1, 2021 and require license holders to complete at least 3 hours in contract-related coursework as a part of their 18 hours of CE.
The most important paragraph in the contract for your buyers is often the most misunderstood! This is a mind-blowing class of “who’s responsible for what” during the option period, crucial time-frames, adding time to your option period and how to have happy buyers.

Legal Update I 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42039
Legal Update I is a TREC required course for any licensee once they have been licensed and in their first two years of licensure and every two years after that. As the title suggests, this course is updated every two years by the Texas Real Estate Commission and the Texas A & M Research Center with topics that are applicable for that time period. The course includes statutory changes, TREC rule changes, proposed rule changes and any other topics that TREC feels needs addressing to update licensees in the state of Texas

Legal Update II 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42040
Legal Update II is a TREC required course for any licensee once they have been licensed and in their first two years of licensure and every two years after that. Similar to Legal Update 1, this course will cover contract changes, ethics, federal laws hat impact real estate licensee and hot topics.

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

This package satisfies TREC February 1, 2021 CE Requirement.

Advertising Do’s and Don’ts! (3 Hours) #43660
ALL advertising, which doesn’t leave room for error, has to be in compliance. Business cards, websites, blogs, ALL SOCIAL MEDIA and EVERYWHERE else you talk about real estate online is considered a “business website.” Not only do you have to be in TREC compliance, but you have to be in NAR compliance with Article 12 guidelines.

Option Period and Repair Amendments (3 Hours) #43661
The most important paragraph in the contract for your buyers is often the most misunderstood! This is a mind-blowing class of “who’s responsible for what” during the option period, crucial time-frames, adding time to your option period and how to have happy buyers.

1-4 Family Contract (5 Hours) #43662
This course satisfies TREC requirement that took effect on February 1, 2021 and require license holders to complete at least 3 hours in contract-related coursework as a part of their 18 hours of CE.
The course provides a comprehensive look at the One-to-Four Family Residential Contract. Included in this material is the verbiage of each paragraph of the contract with an explanation of what each paragraph means (in layman’s terms). Also included are the various forms referred to in the paragraphs of the contracts so that you, the student will have a more thorough understanding of the relationship of the contract to the addenda/form.

Legal Update I 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42039
Legal Update I is a TREC required course for any licensee once they have been licensed and in their first two years of licensure and every two years after that. As the title suggests, this course is updated every two years by the Texas Real Estate Commission and the Texas A & M Research Center with topics that are applicable for that time period. The course includes statutory changes, TREC rule changes, proposed rule changes and any other topics that TREC feels needs addressing to update licensees in the state of Texas

Legal Update II 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42040
Legal Update II is a TREC required course for any licensee once they have been licensed and in their first two years of licensure and every two years after that. Similar to Legal Update 1, this course will cover contract changes, ethics, federal laws hat impact real estate licensee and hot topics.

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

This package satisfies TREC February 1, 2021 CE Requirement.

How to find and Analyze The “Deal of the Decade” (2 hours) – #42513
Before any agent can be competent in the area of working with investors and investment property, it is crucial for them to understand the various methods of valuing property.  The course is essential and exceedingly relevant to any sales agent or broker who wants to work with investors. The purpose of this course is to educate students on the various methods of evaluating the value of property, both residential and commercial.

The Millionaire Mindset & The Path to Wealth (2 hours) – #38368/ #38441
There is a great deal of misinformation around the subject of money in general and investing in particular in real estate. The thoughts that “investing is risky” and “passive income is difficult to achieve” will be explored.  This course will take students through the process of changing their “context” to that of an investor. Thinking like an investor is the first step. The course unfolds with specific information about valuing property. This course is extremely relevant to anyone considering investing themselves or representing clients with investment properties. The purpose of this course is to give students who have a desire and interest to learn how to invest, the tools they need to become knowledgeable about the subject of investing.

The Two Sides of a Business (2 hours) – #38107/ #38207
This course describes the two sides of a business and how they function and fit together. One side is the Outside Perception; how the marketing component of the business affects the perception the public has of the business. The other side is the Inside Systems; how the internal workings of the business deliver the product or service, which must match what was advertised in the marketing.

8-Step Goal Setting and Achievement Process (2 hours) – #39906/ #39905
This course covers the importance to REALTORS of not only setting goals, but 8 steps to achieving their goals. How to start from the end result and work backward, designing each step along the way that leads to the next step, etc. Included in this course are life-design strategies to plan life after real estate; how to view the future and what it will take to have the life via a step-by-step action plan that is executed in small, consistent steps day-by-day until the future becomes the present. How to focus, avoid distractions and time-wasters and optimize every event and opportunity. How to schedule down time, up time and keep the discipline to stick to the schedule. The importance of little wins that contribute to big successes.

Option Period and Repair Amendments (3 hours) – #43661
This course satisfies TREC requirement that will take effect on February 1, 2021 and require license holders to complete at least 3 hours in contract-related coursework as a part of their 18 hours of CE.
The most important paragraph in the contract for your buyers is often the most misunderstood! This is a mind-blowing class of “who’s responsible for what” during the option period, crucial time-frames, adding time to your option period and how to have happy buyers.

Legal Update I 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42039
Legal Update I is a TREC required course for any licensee once they have been licensed and in their first two years of licensure and every two years after that. As the title suggests, this course is updated every two years by the Texas Real Estate Commission and the Texas A & M Research Center with topics that are applicable for that time period. The course includes statutory changes, TREC rule changes, proposed rule changes and any other topics that TREC feels needs addressing to update licensees in the state of Texas

Legal Update II 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42040
Legal Update II is a TREC required course for any licensee once they have been licensed and in their first two years of licensure and every two years after that. Similar to Legal Update 1, this course will cover contract changes, ethics, federal laws hat impact real estate licensee and hot topics.

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

This package satisfies TREC February 1, 2021 CE Requirement.

Package includes the following ONLINE courses:

  • Legal Update I – #42039
  • Legal Update II – #42040
  • Option Period and Repair Amendments (3 hrs) – #43661
  • Principles of Business (7 hrs) – #40127/#40246

Attention:  If you have been made a supervisor by your broker for six months or more, you are required to take Broker Responsibility in order to renew.  Please visit the TREC Site for more information on this rule.  Make sure to purchase Broker Responsibility below. 

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

Subsequent Renewals LIVE

This package satisfies TREC February 1, 2021 CE Requirement.

Package includes the following LIVE courses:

  • Legal Update I – #42039
  • Legal Update II – #42040
  • Rockstar 1-4 Family Contracts – #39829
  • Rockstar Option Period and Repair Amendments – #39817
  • Rent vs. Own: Tax Benefits of Home Ownership – #40152

Attention: If you have been made a supervisor by your broker for six months or more, you are required to also complete the 6-hour CE Broker Responsibility course. For more info regarding this requirement, visit TREC site. Click here for the CE Broker Responsibility course.

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Salado.  Provider Lic# 701054/#10220

Broker & Supervisor Renewals ONLINE

This package satisfies TREC February 1, 2021 CE Requirement.

Package includes the following ONLINE courses:

  • Legal Update I 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42039
  • Legal Update II 2022-2023 (4 hours) – #42040
  • Broker Responsibility 2021-2022 (6 hours) – #39962
  • 1-4 Family Contract (5 hours) #43662

Attention: This package satisfies TREC’s requirement for Broker or Supervisor Renewal. If you have been made a supervisor by your broker, you are required to take Broker Responsibility in order to renew. Please visit the TREC Site for more information on this rule.

All of the courses above are offered by the following provider:  The Real Estate Business School of Austin.  Provider Lic# 701045/#10071

Purchase Courses Individually

The purpose of the material is to show agents the proper way to work with buyers and how the agent’s role in representing the buyer is crucial in the selling process.

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

You learned The Principles of Real Estate. Now learn Business Principles and Strategies.
Do you want to be IN the real estate business? Or do you want to OWN a real estate business?

Sign up for this course to learn:

  • Why no one succeeds alone and how Top Producers build high-performance teams
  • Why you need to master MORE than just Marketing and Sales
  • Transition from “Specialist” to “Generalist”
  • A whole new way of thinking about, looking at and operating your real estate business like a business
  • The six components of a business, how they function and fit together
  • How to build a high performance team

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

Learn how to use the marketing and sales components of The Real Estate Business Blueprint. Take your business to the next level by totally dominating the marketplace! Sell anything to anybody anytime and make them love it! Build undying customer loyalty.

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

The purpose of this course is to give the student an understanding of property management and the many laws that relate to it.  There are many different areas of property management and they will be covered in the course.

The student will learn the many laws that are required when working with an owner or a tenant.  These landlord-tenant laws will be covered in depth with examples of many of the laws given. The student will learn who their client is and who their customer is and will understand the duties owed to each. The course will also cover marketing plans, management operations, and maintenance the real estate agent must be knowledgeable about.

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

The purpose of this course is to assist someone who is interested in the appraisal profession to understand what appraisal is and what an appraiser does to be in compliance with the guidelines of professional appraising. This is a basic overview course devoted to the principles of appraisal. The course includes information regarding levels of licensure and certification, ownership rights in property, how to construct an appraisal report, the four elements of appraisal, the principles of time, supply and demand, substitution, conformity, increasing and diminishing returns, principles of progression, regression, contribution competition, change, anticipation superadequacy, unearned increments to value and economic obsolescence. In addition, the course covers how to inspect a property, the three basic approaches to appraisal, i.e. the cost, income and market approaches, and basic real estate math concepts.

Download our course book in a PDF format and study offline at your own pace. Take the end-of-chapter topic quizzes online and then an online final exam. Access your courses from any desktop, laptop, or tablet. Exam topics are emphasized throughout the course. Text books are available for purchase by contacting Gigi at support@trebssalado.com.

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

The purpose of this course is to provide potential brokerage owners the information and considerations for opening a brokerage office so they can make a more educated decision and have the tools necessary to successfully achieve a productive office. The Texas Real Estate Commission has made this course mandatory for anyone obtaining their broker’s license. The course is invaluable to anyone who is considering opening their own brokerage office, considering purchasing an existing brokerage office or considering becoming a franchisee. The course details the many decisions that need to be made and the tasks that need to be accomplished to run a successful real estate brokerage business.

* required course by TREC

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

Broker Responsibility is a mandatory continuing education six-hour course for anyone who sponsors or is responsible for the acts of salespersons.

The course is written by the Texas Real Estate Commission and Texas A &M University’s Research Center and is updated every two years. The purpose of the course is to address the regulatory aspects of the management, operation, and supervision of a real estate brokerage firm in Texas.

The course includes the scope and authority of the broker, what the broker can authorize a salesperson to do or not do, the broker’s fiduciary duties, and additional topics such as handling trust funds, property management, advertising, record keeping and written policies.

* CE Provider #701045/ #10071

Upcoming LIVE Classes:

There are no upcoming events.

FINAL EXAM NOTICE

Notice regarding end-of-course exams: Please Read

Per TREC rules, a 30-hour Qualifying Education (Pre-licensing) or Salesperson Apprenticeship Education (SAE) course exam cannot be accessed until after the TREC-required amount of course hours have been spent in the course. According to TREC rules, a student may not spend more than 12-hours per day in a course, therefore a 30-hour course exam cannot be accessed until 2.5 days after you have registered for any 30-hour course. If you have purchased a package of 30-hour courses, each subsequent exam can be accessed 2.5 days after you finished the previous exam. Please see chart below for required exam schedule:

COURSE DAY EXAM DATE
Course 1 Day 1 Date 3
Course 2 Day 3 Date 5
Course 3 Day 6 Date 8
Course 4 Day 8 Date 10
Course 5 Day 11 Date 13
Course 6 Day 13 Date 15

Final exams will be released according to the TREC-required schedule rule.

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