Credit Hours Provided: 30
An applicant to become an entry-level Kansas real estate salesperson needs to complete two 30-hour courses: Kansas Practice Course and Kansas Principles of Real Estate. The Kansas Practice Course must be completed before applying for a Kansas real estate license, but can be completed before or after passing the salesperson licensing exam.
This course provides the information and content required by the Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC) and its rules for one of the 30-hour classes to be completed prior to applying for a Kansas real estate salesperson’s license.
Form contracts for the sale of real property have been used, dissected, and commented upon. The forms used are derived from the forms approved by the Kansas Association of Realtors ® (KAR) and were the most current in that collection as of publication.
This all-online course contains 12 chapters of content, covering Kansas real estate practices and regulations relating to
A 50-question exam is presented at the end of the course. Students are required to receive a 90% or higher passing score. This exam may be attempted as many times as necessary to achieve the high passing score.
This course will remain available to students for 180 days after enrollment.
|Vocational Training > Real Estate > License Training > Kansas
|Required 30 hours of training for Kansas real estate salespersons.
Kansas Association of REALTORS®
3644 SW Burlingame Road,
Topeka, KS 66611
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