[Principal Broker Pre-License] Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision (BASS) with Exam Prep
Required to obtain a Principal Broker License. Includes exam prep.
Large bank of test questions familiarize you with licensing exam topics.
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Includes PDF/EPUB eBook of all reading material for your tablet or Kindle.
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Optional soft-cover bound textbook contains the entire written portion of the online course for offline reading and reference.
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An Oregon real estate broker who desires to become a principal broker is required to complete a 40-hour Oregon principal broker course called Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision (BASS). This Oregon real estate principal broker course and exam prep instructs principal broker trainees on how to run a real estate brokerage and how to properly supervise brokers associated with the principal broker's license.
This Oregon Principal Broker Pre-License Course Package Includes:
Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision - This online course follows the topic requirements outlined by the Oregon Real Estate Agency for new principal broker license training. The first half of the course explains the management of a real estate brokerage and includes topics such as advertising regulations, supervision responsibilities, business planning, and financial reports. The second half of the course is a review of Oregon real estate license law.
Oregon Real Estate Exam Prep - This online real estate prep guide contains 22 chapters of questions relating to general and Oregon-specific real estate law.
A textbook of Real Estate License Exam Prep - This additional paperback study guide is another resource for preparing for the principal broker licensing exam and contains separate national-based questions from the online broker real estate exam prep guide.
A state exam is required to obtain a principal broker license. This Oregon BASS Real Estate Principal Broker Course & Exam Prep package includes an online state exam prep module to help you prepare for the principal broker licensing test. The licensing exam is offered by the Oregon Real Estate Agency's testing provider, PSI Exams. You will need to submit a principal broker licensing application to the OREA, pass the OnlineEd BASS course, and then call PSI to schedule your principal broker licensing exam.
The Oregon Real Estate Agency permits this pre-license broker course to be used for real estate continuing education for second or subsequent real estate license renewals. Newly-licensed Oregon real estate brokers are required to take Broker Advanced Practices for their first-time license renewal.
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Course ID: 1038-1039
Credit Hours Provided: 40
Category: Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision
Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision ("BASS" or the "principal broker course") is the required 40 hour prerequisite course for if you are a broker who wants to become a principal broker. This course can also be used as continuing education for broker or principal broker license renewal.
The course is in two parts:
Part 1 introduces you to topics dealing with the operation of a real estate brokerage. These topics include:
Part II is a review of the topics to be found on the Oregon principal broker licensing exam. These topics include:
To obtain a principal broker real estate license from the Oregon Real Estate Agency you must do the following:
Before you can obtain an Oregon Principal Broker license, you must be 18 years of age or older and have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. You also need to have at least 3 years of active real estate experience as a licensed real estate broker. (Oregon Administrative Rules 863-014-0040)
If you never passed an Oregon background check, the Oregon Real Estate Agency may require you to submit fingerprints and clear their background check process.
If you are a licensed Oregon real estate broker, the Oregon Real Estate Agency has records and proof of your past 3 years of real estate experience on-file. If you are licensed in a different state, then the REA will require you to submit a certified license history from that state.
This course will remain available to students for 730 days after enrollment.
This course is a study guide to help you pass the Oregon real estate licensing exam. It is not required educational credit towards your course completion, but it will assist you with enforcing the topics covered in the OnlineEd pre-license courses. Completing this course is optional; the module is noninstructed.
This Oregon real estate license exam prep course covers the following topics:
Each chapter contains a study exam of multiple choice question. You can retake the exams for additional practice as many times as you like until you feel comfortable with the study exam subjects.
At the end of the exam prep course is a practice licensing exam that simulates the Oregon real estate licensing exam of 130 random questions in 3 hours and 15 minutes, which can be attempted as many times as you'd like. Each attempt will serve a new set of 130 questions.
Course providers are NOT allowed to know the exact questions examinees will see on their actual licensing exam. This study course is to help applicants become familiar with all aspects of the real estate industry before registering to take the state licensing exam.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
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.