Mandatory continuing education course topic for Nevada real estate license renewal.
Course ID: CE.3079000-RE
Credit Hours Provided: 4
This continuing education course is designed to give a historical overview of the Nevada federal Fair Housing Laws and an in-depth discussion of the individual laws and their application to the practice of real estate. A discussion of the State of Nevada Fair Housing laws is also included. The course emphasizes anti-discriminatory conduct which all licensees should practice. The course concludes by discussing the voluntary affirmative action marketing program (VAMA) and why promoting fair housing laws is a positive force at work in Nevada and throughout the nation.
This course is composed of approximately 47 pages of text and review quizzes following each course section. The course is divided into 7 sections. A review quiz of 5 questions follows sections 1 through 7. A quiz score of 60% or greater is required prior to being allowed to proceed to the next course section. At the end of the course, a final examination is required.
The final examination consists of 64 questions: 47 in a true/false format and 17 in a multiple choice format. A test score of 75% or greater is required for course completion.
The Real Estate Division requires that the final examination is not downloadable or printable. The student will be notified of the number of questions answered correctly after final examination has been completed. The student will NOT be given the questions that were answered incorrectly.
This course will remain available to students for 730 days after enrollment.
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|Purpose:||Mandatory continuing education course topic for Nevada real estate license renewal.|
To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.
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