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NY 77-Hour Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course Curriculum

NY 77-Hour Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course Curriculum

What is Covered in the New York Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course?

The first step in getting your New York real estate license is completing your New York 77-hour Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course. Discover what you’ll learn in Corofy’s interactive, user-friendly online real estate course.

New York 77-hour Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course Structure

  • Orientation – Learn about the course, Final Exam, and other important information about Corofy.
  • Chapter 1 – License Law and Regulations – Learn about license law and the responsibilities of a licensed real estate salesperson.
  • Chapter 2 – Law of Agency – Learn about the role of real estate brokerages, agency disclosures, and how you’ll earn money as a real estate agent. 
  • Chapter 3.A – Legal Issues: Part 1 – Learn about the legal issues associated with estates, interests, liens, and easements and how to navigate them as a real estate agent.
  • Chapter 3.B – Legal Issues: Part 2 – Learn about the legal issues associated with deeds and title closings and how to navigate them as a real estate agent.
  • Chapter 4 – The Contract of Sales and Leases – Learn about the various types of contracts and leases, standard lease provisions, and how to prepare a contract.
  • Chapter 5 – Real Estate Finance – Learn about the various types of mortgages, lender criteria, and predatory lending practices. 
  • Chapter 6 – Mortgage Brokerages – Learn about the role, requirements, and responsibilities of a mortgage broker.
  • Chapter 7 – Real Estate Mathematics – Learn basic real estate mathematics and the various duties as a real estate agent that will require mathematical skills.
  • Chapter 8 – Land Use Regulations – Learn about Planning Boards and Zoning Boards, area planning, and private land use controls. 
  • Chapter 9 – Municipal Agencies – Learn about municipal agencies, the function of each agency,  and the various agencies a real estate agent will encounter in their work.
  • Chapter 10 – Construction and Environmental Issues – Learn about major contruction and electrical systems and contemporary and longstanding environmental issues.
  • Chapter 11 – Valuation Process and Pricing Properties – Learn about appraisals, valuations, market value, and how properties are priced. 
  • Chapter 12 – Human Rights and Fair Housing – Learn about the basic tenets of fair housing, types of discrimination, and the responsibility of a real estate agent in upholding fair housing.
  • Chapter 13 – Property Insurance – Learn about property insurance, it’s purpose, and the real estate agent’s role in explaining property insurance to a home buyer.
  • Chapter 14 – Taxes and Assessments – Learn about how real estate taxes are calculated, the purpose of taxation, and which properties are exempt. 
  • Chapter 15 – Condominiums and Cooperatives – Learn about the differences between condominiums and cooperatives and how to assess a buyer’s ability to buy either type of property. 
  • Chapter 16 – Commercial and Investment Real Estate – Learn about the various types of investment properties and methods of advertising investment properties.
  • Chapter 17 – Income Tax in Real Estate Transactions – Learn about federal income tax, federal tax rules, capital gains, and tax depreciation.
  • Chapter 18 – Property Management – Learn about the requirements and responsibilities of a property manager and how to become a property manager.
  • Chapter 19 – Licensee Safety – Learn about safety concerns associated with being a real estate agent, how to maintain your safety, and liability issues.
  • Final Exam – Measure what you’ve learned during the course and prepare for your New York State Real Estate Exam. Click here to learn more about the Final Exam.

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