NOTE: Bundle is not available for Instructor-Led
You will take the fundamentals course first and then proceed to the Practice of Residential Real Estate course.
Fundamentals of Real Estate course is the first course required to get licensed as a real estate professional in Alberta. This course begins with an introduction to the basics of Real Estate, covering essential concepts. Students learn about key terms and concepts that serve as the foundation for the rest of the program.
The Practice of Residential Real Estate course is the second course required to get licensed as a real estate professional in Alberta. Students understand the key principles and practices to navigate the residential property transactions with Alberta's legal and ethical standards.
The online video course includes self-paced study materials, video training and practice quizzes to test your knowledge and understanding of the key concepts for each unit.
Learners have 6 months to complete each course and write the licensing exam with RECA. Learners have 2 attempts to pass the licensing exams with 70% passing marks required.
In addition, the students will have access to the industry leading exam prep materials which include extra practice questions, summarized notes and mock tests to help prepare for RECA’s licensing exam.
Unit 1 – Overview of Real Estate in Alberta
Unit 2 – The Real Estate Act
Unit 3 – Ethics and Code of Conduct
Unit 4 – Real Estate Brokerage
Unit 5 – Consumer Relationships
Unit 6 – Contract Law
Unit 7 – Real Property Law
Unit 8 – Condominiums
Unit 9 – Mortgage Financing and Fraud Awareness
Unit 10 – Soft Skills
Length: 80 hours
Unit 1 – Residential Real Estate Clients
Unit 2 – Residential Property Basics
Unit 3 – Property Measurements and the RMS
Unit 4 – Legal matters and concerns
Unit 5 – Residential Property Valuation
Unit 6 – Mortgage Financing
Unit 7 – Rural Residential Real Estate
Unit 8 – Representing the Seller
Unit 9 – Representing the Buyer
Length: 60 hours