Principles & Practices of Real Estate
60 hour pre-licensing course
This is the required coursework needed before you may take your real estate examination in the state of Connecticut.
Sixty hours of classroom time, followed by an examination.
Topics covered include:
- Real Estate Agency
- Real Estate Law
- Listing and Buyer Contracts
- Fair Housing
- Property Descriptions
- Transfer of Title
- and much, much more
Broker Upgrade Classes
Get your broker license requirements in now before the qualifications change on July 1, 2016!
Broker applicants who apply to the state for their broker examinations prior to June 30, 2016, have the following requirements:
- 2 years as a licensed salesperson
- 60 hours of Principles & Practices of Real Estate (if you previously took only 30 hours, you need to now re-take the entire 60 hour class)
- 30 hours Appraisal 1
- 30 hours Real Estate Elective class
Note for Broker Applicants: If you previously completed a 30-hour Principles & Practices course, then to qualify for your broker’s license, you must now take the full 60-hour class. This is in addition to the 30-hour Appraisal course and the 30-hour elective course.
These classes meet the minimum requirements set forth by the
Department of Consumer Protection, Real Estate Commission.