Real Estate & Appraisal

APPR-3500

Prerequisite: None

Designed to will help you gain insight and a knowledge of various theories and methodologies for determining site values and applying the cost approach in residential appraisal work. Advantages and disadvantages of the cost approach will be examined. Building plans and specifications, replacement vs. reproduction costs and methods for estimating accrued depreciation will be examined.

Book cost $30

Tuition fee $ 175

Hours: 14.00

APPR-3519

Prerequisite: None

Designed to elevate the student's knowledge of challenging residential appraisal assignments. Topic areas will focus on valuing unique and high-end residences. Other areas include developing methodologies for valuing partial interests and addressing changes in the market place. Case studies will serve as an integral part of this course.

Book cost $40

Tuition fee $ 175

Hours: 14.00

HOME-3334

Prerequisite: None

Basic Home Inspection Licensing class required for state examination to obtain a Home Inspection License.

Book cost $95

Tuition fee $ 450

Hours: 90.00

HOME-3337

Prerequisite: None

Keep your Home Inspection license active. Expand your knowledge as you explore how insulation, air /vapor barriers, and ventilation keep houses comfortable and structurally sound.

Tuition fee $ 29

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3338

Prerequisite: None

Keep your Home Inspection license active. Expand your knowledge as you identify problem areas in homes caused by the common building materials used.

Tuition fee $ 29

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3339

Prerequisite: None

Improve your professional practice and communication skills by reviewing the Home Inspection Standards and Codes of Ethics guidelines. Explore ways to improve verbal and written skills necessary for the Home Inspection process.

Tuition fee $ 29

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3340

Prerequisite: None

Learn about the laws that govern the home inspector in the state of Oklahoma and how they relate to the inspections report.

Tuition fee $ 29

Hours: 4.00

RE-3536

Prerequisite: None

Are you considering being a sponsoring broker? If so, it is a huge responsibility and one that you must take seriously. You will be the one individual responsible for and held accountable for all acts of your associates. You will be the mentor, the one who sets the example. You will be required to set policies in regard to how real estate transactions are handled by your firm. You will be responsible and liable for all trust funds collected and ensure they are deposited promptly and remain secure. These are just a few of the issues a sponsoring broker faces on a daily basis.

Tuition fee $ 85

Hours: 15.00

RE-4021

Prerequisite: None

Explore current issues/foreclosures and gain an understanding of foreclosure laws and practices. Define foreclosure and highlight the different types of real estate foreclosure.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00

RE-4022

Prerequisite: None

Explore the basics of Real Estate Broker Relation Laws.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00

RE-4023

Prerequisite: None

Gain a basic understanding of laws and acts that have contributed to current real estate laws and practices.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00

RE-4024

Prerequisite: None

Expand your understanding of professional standards and professional code of conduct related to real estate practices and laws.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00

RE-4025

Prerequisite: None

Gather a basic understanding of Oklahoma Uniform Contracts of Sale of Real Estate.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00

RE-4026

Prerequisite: None

Acquire a basic understanding of current Oklahoma Real Estate codes and rules.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00

RE-4030

Prerequisite: None

What are Home Owners Associations (HOA)? Explore how HOAs affects the real estate professional and the home buyer of a home in a neighborhood that has an HOA.

Tuition fee $ 15

Hours: 1.00