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24-Hour Arizona Real Estate Salesperson Renewal Bundle

Complete license renewal package for Arizona salesperson licensees.

Complete the 24 hours of continuing education to renew your salesperson license with these online Arizona distance education courses. 

$159.00  |  24 Hours

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This bundle of Arizona continuing education courses contains all the credits that an Arizona Real Estate Salesperson needs to renew their ADRE license - 3 hours of Agency Law, 3 hours of Contract Law, 3 hours of Commissioner's Standards, 3 hours of Disclosure, 3 hours of Fair Housing, 3 hours of Real Estate Legal Issues, and 6 hours in general or mandatory topics.

  • Arizona Agency Law (3 hours, Arizona Law)
  • Arizona Commissioner's Standards (3 hours, Commissioner's Standards)
  • Arizona's Fair Housing Act (3 hours, Fair Housing)
  • Contracts and Contingencies (3 hours, Contract Law)
  • Ethics (3 hours, Commissioner's Standards)
  • Non-Traditional Mortgages (3 hours, General Real Estate)
  • Residential Property Inspection (3 hours, Real Estate Legal Issues)
  • Risk Management (3 hours, Disclosure)

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Package Summary
Price: $159.00 (USD)
Credit Hours: 24
State: Arizona
Category: Vocational Training > Real Estate > Continuing Education > Arizona
Purpose: Complete license renewal package for Arizona salesperson licensees
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Our Mission Statement

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.

Courses Included In This Package:

Arizona Agency Law

Course ID: CD17081

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Agency Law

View Course Syllabus

This Arizona Agency Law course will provide students with a clear understanding of what goes into forming an agency relationship with clients, what goes into sustaining that relationship, and what goes into the eventual end of that relationship. Whether the agent is working for a buyer or a seller, working with the opposite party or with the opposite party’s agent, or with a third party, it is essential that real estate licensees understand what it means to be an agent.

Course Topic Outline

The content of this course covers Article 26 of the Arizona Constitution; Arizona Revised Statues (ARS) Title 32, Chapter 20; Arizona Administrative Code (AAC) Title 4, Chapter 28; and ARS Title 44, Chapter 10, Article 3.1.

The modules in this course are:

  1. Getting Your License
  2. Keeping Your License
  3. Losing a License, Investigations, and Sanctions
  4. Trade Names
  5. Advertising by Licensees

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • Identify the activities that require a real estate license.
  • Locate definitions to vague or complex legal terminology.
  • Explain the purpose and function of the Real Estate Recovery Fund.
  • Identify the fiduciary duties of a real estate professional and the additional duties of an employing broker.
  • State the requirements for license renewal.
  • Recognize the various ways to reinstate a license.
  • Explain the commissioner’s investigation process.
  • Understand the ways that the commissioner can restrict, cancel, or suspend a license.
  • Recognize the various activities that a real estate licensee can be sanctioned for.
  • Explain what a trade name is.
  • Understand the registration period and renewal period for a trade name.
  • Identify the ways that a trade name can be cancelled.
  • State the meaning of real estate advertising.
  • Describe the department’s rules for all advertisements, as well as what is prohibited in advertising.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Arizona Commissioner's Standards

Course ID: CD16693

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Commissioner's Standards

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This Arizona Commissioner's Standards course will explain the legal and administrative rules of Arizona real estate licensing. In this course we'll review the requirements for renewing a license, keeping a license, and advertising. We will also cover the rules related to losing a license or being sanctioned for violating Arizona real estate laws. This course is designed to provide students with accurate information on the commissioner’s standards.

Course Topic Outline

The content of this course covers Article 26 of the Arizona Constitution; Arizona Revised Statues (ARS) Title 32, Chapter 20; Arizona Administrative Code (AAC) Title 4, Chapter 28; and ARS Title 44, Chapter 10, Article 3.1.

The modules in this course are:

  1. Getting Your License
  2. Keeping Your License
  3. Losing a License, Investigations, and Sanctions
  4. Trade Names
  5. Advertising by Licensees

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • Identify the activities that require a real estate license.
  • Locate definitions to vague or complex legal terminology.
  • Explain the purpose and function of the Real Estate Recovery Fund.
  • Identify the fiduciary duties of a real estate professional and the additional duties of an employing broker.
  • State the requirements for license renewal.
  • Recognize the various ways to reinstate a license.
  • Explain the commissioner’s investigation process.
  • Understand the ways that the commissioner can restrict, cancel, or suspend a license.
  • Recognize the various activities that a real estate licensee can be sanctioned for.
  • Explain what a trade name is.
  • Understand the registration period and renewal period for a trade name.
  • Identify the ways that a trade name can be cancelled.
  • State the meaning of real estate advertising.
  • Describe the department’s rules for all advertisements, as well as what is prohibited in advertising.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Arizona's Fair Housing Act

Course ID: CD17344

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Fair Housing

View Course Syllabus

This course will explain the fair housing laws that were enacted to prevent discrimination against people in housing and in mortgage lending practices. This fair housing course will summarize each federal fair housing act, list the classes of individuals who are protected from discrimination, highlight the additional protected classes as defined by Arizona fair housing laws, and name those who are exempt from following fair housing laws. It will also illustrate several common forms of housing discrimination licensees should avoid, as well as HUD's policies on housing advertisements.

Course Topic Outline

The modules in this course are:

  1. The History of Fair Housing Laws
  2. Arizona Fair Housing Laws
  3. Fair Housing and Advertisement Rules
  4. Fair Housing Complaints
  5. The Equal Credit Opportunity Act

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • Identify and give a summary of each of the federal fair housing acts.
  • List the seven protected classes of individuals who may not be discriminated against.
  • Identify the additional classes of individuals that are protected against housing discrimination.
  • Identify and list the additional areas of activities that are prohibited with regard to housing discrimination.
  • Utilize appropriate phrases in your advertisements.
  • Describe the proper usage of HUD's fair housing poster.
  • Review several real-life housing discrimination case studies.
  • Identify where individuals impacted by discrimination may look for guidance in Arizona.
  • Describe the basic provisions of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
  • Give examples of acts that are prohibited or allowed under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Contracts and Contingencies

Course ID: CD17348

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Contract Law

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All licensees involved in the practice of real estate are necessarily involved in the preparation and negotiation of contracts. In this advanced contracts course, you will build upon basic contract law knowledge. You'll be introduced to the numerous problems that may arise in the formation, interpretation, and performance of a contract that may affect its validity. We'll also explore the concept of breach of contract and learn the consequences for a contract breach.

Conditions and contingencies are involved in most real estate transactions. In this course we'll introduce how conditions impact most contracts. You will also learn how to draft contingencies and their implications in a typical real estate transaction.

Course Topic Outline

The modules covered in this course are

  1. Elements of a Contract
  2. Contract Performance
  3. Termination of Contract
  4. Conditions and Contingencies
  5. Drafting Contingencies

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • list and recognize the four required elements of a legal contract.
  • identify conditions for terminating an offer.
  • classify contracts as being either validvoid, or voidable.
  • explain the basic process of reformation for contracts that can’t be interpreted.
  • recognize different forms of contractual discharge and explain how they work.
  • distinguish between various remedies for breach of contract and explain which might apply to different situations.
  • explain how a contingency is used in a real estate contract.
  • list contingencies that are often found in a purchase contract.
  • describe the components that must be defined when drafting a contingency.
  • identify poorly written contingencies.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Ethics

Course ID: CD17347

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Commissioner's Standards

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The course emphasizes that the standards of ethical conduct in the practice of real estate are based upon the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and upon federal and state laws governing conduct applicable to the practice of real estate. The concept of misrepresentation and all of its implications to the daily practice of real estate is discussed in detail. This course is an article-by-article dissection of the Code of Ethics, organized in three major topic areas:

  1. The licensee's ethical conduct with respect to clients and customers
  2. The licensee's duty to the public
  3. The licensee's duties to fellow REALTORS®

A detailed discussion of specific ethical conduct under each of these three general categories will give the licensee an excellent basis upon which to conduct an ethical practice of real estate.

NAR members are required to complete 2.5 hours of Ethics training every renewal period. This course qualifies towards NAR membership renewal.

Course Topic Outline

The modules covered in this course are

  1. The Foundation of Ethics
  2. Ethical Conduct
  3. Prohibited Conduct With Respect to Clients and Customers
  4. A Licensee's Duty to the Public
  5. Duties to REALTORS®

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • identify the basic sources or standards governing real estate licensee ethical conduct.
  • recognize how treating clients in a fair and ethical manner helps to prevent litigation.
  • distinguish between client and customer status.
  • explain the concepts of misrepresentation, non-disclosure, and conflicts of interest.
  • discuss and explain the numerous prohibited conduct situations relating to clients and customers.
  • discuss and explain the numerous duties a licensee owes the public.
  • recognize how the REALTOR® Code of Ethics are used as a positive guideline to balance the competition and cooperation among REALTORS®.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Non-Traditional Mortgages

Course ID: CD17346

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: General Real Estate

View Course Syllabus

This course provides a survey of non-traditional mortgage products. Although real estate agents do not originate mortgage loans, understanding what mortgage products are available to clients will help real estate licensees provide a better client experience. It will also provide awareness of potential difficulties in the real estate transaction when clients opt for non-traditional mortgages.

Course Topic Outline

The modules in this course are:

  1. Adjustable Rate Mortgages
  2. Fair Housing Administration (FHA) Loans
  3. Veterans Administration (VA) Loan Program
  4. The Good Neighbor Next Door Program
  5. Fannie Mae's HomeReady® Mortgage Program
  6. Fannie Mae's HomeStyle® Renovation Loan
  7. Energy Efficient Mortgage Programs

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • Describe types of loans that have fluctuating interest rates.
  • Explain what a cap rate is.
  • Identify the features of a Federal Housing Administration insured loan.
  • Describe the benefits of a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs guaranteed home loan.
  • Identify the professions that may qualify for the GNND loan program.
  • Describe advantages to the HomeReady® loan product compared to the FHA loan programs.
  • Outline various energy conservation loan programs offered by the Federal Government.
  • Outline the steps necessary for a HomeStyle® Renovation loan, from beginning to final inspection.
  • Compare the HSR loan to the FHA's 203(k), Streamlined 203(k), and Energy Efficient Mortgage.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Residential Property Inspection

Course ID: CD17345

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Real Estate Legal Issues

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This course is designed to give a detailed discussion of the items that may be included in a professional home inspection report along with the common characteristics of most inspection reports and inspection procedures.

We'll look at the structure from the exterior, the interior, the major house systems, and environmental hazards. The course also examines the role of the licensee in the inspection process, the seller, and agent property disclosure requirements and the buyer's obligations with respect to reliance upon a seller's representations as to the condition of the property.

Course Topic Outline

The modules in this course are:

  1. An Overview of Professional Inspections
  2. The Exterior
  3. Major House Systems
  4. The Interior
  5. Environmental Hazards

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • define and explain the term "good faith" with respect to the disclosure process,
  • list the elements that should be present in the inspection report,
  • explain inspection report limitations and list items not typically covered in most inspection reports,
  • identify common foundation problems,
  • identify common exterior structural problems,
  • list the common problems associated with roofing materials and conditions,
  • identify the three major systems present in residential structures,
  • list the main types of heating systems,
  • identify the most common problems found with regard to the major house systems,
  • identify the common interior components that are typically inspected and evaluated relating to condition and functionality, and
  • identify the most common residential environmental hazards and describe how to determine the likelihood of their presence.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

Risk Management

Course ID: CD17371

Credit Hours Provided: 3

Category: Disclosure

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This course is designed to demonstrate that risk management should be viewed as a positive strategy that will provide for increased profits. Any risk that develops into a problem will necessarily cost money to solve. The course introduces the student to the concept of risk and potential consequences that risk presents if not managed properly. The student is introduced to the three main areas of legal liability: contract, tort, and violation of law. Then the specific major areas of risk are discussed in detail. These risks are grouped for discussion purposes under agency, fair housing, environmental issues and anti-trust law. The course also provides the student with a strategy, which if followed, will assist the licensee in minimizing risk and thereby increasing profit.

Course Topic Outline

The modules in this course are:

  1. Risk Management – A Tool to Increase Profits

  2. The Legal Basis of Liability

  3. Agency Risks

  4. Fair Housing Risks

  5. Disclosure Risks

  6. Antitrust Law Risks

This online course contains five modules of text, with a quiz at the end of each chapter. Students must pass the end-of-module quiz with a score of 100% before accessing the next module in the course. There is a 25-question final exam at the end of the course that requires an 80% or higher passing score. 

All materials are included in the cost of the course. Students only need a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Students are responsible for hardware and/or device costs and internet service charges.

The course includes a time-out function. If students are not engaged in the course for more than 15 minutes, the course will log students out. Students can log back into the course to start back where they last left off.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, students will be able to

  • Define key terms related to risk management.

  • Explain various components of a risk management strategy, including doing business over the internet.

  • Describe what is meant by the term unauthorized practice of law.

  • Explain what activities real estate licensees can be engaged in without being engaged in the unauthorized practice of law.

  • List and explain the various kinds of contract breach and remedies.

  • Distinguish between different types of torts.

  • Explain the legal ramifications of RESPA for real estate licensees.

  • Identify risk related to an agents' fiduciary duties.
  • Describe why net listings could result in low commissions.
  • Give examples of undisclosed dual agency.
  • List federal regulations that promote fair housing.
  • Describe the discriminatory acts of redlining, steering, and blockbusting.
  • Outline why unfair advertising and appraising practices harm consumers.
  • Recognize an agent's responsibility to disclose all material facts about a transaction to their client.
  • List environmental issues that may require a client to seek additional professional inspections.
  • Explain Antitrust Law Legislation and its relevance to real estate practice.
  • Define price fixing, group boycotts, and tying arrangements.
  • List several actions that can be taken to avoid antitrust liability.

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for this course. Cancellation requires no notification and students may discontinue the course at any time.

OnlineEd may honor post-sale rebate requests for differences in product pricing due to promotions or coupons only if the request is made within 3 business days of purchase. OnlineEd will not honor rebate requests for any products after 3 business days of purchase and will not price-match any competitor's products after a purchase is completed

This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.

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