Plan Your 2018 CE Vacation

Why not include your family and meet your business requirements at the same time. Plan your 2018 vacation to be taken in Orange Beach or Gulf Shores, enjoying the beautiful Alabama beach, eating wonderful seafood while fulfilling your continuing education all at the same time.

Your Family Vacation

It’s just common sense. You have to complete your state required continuing education before September 30, 2018 anyway. So why not schedule a week vacation for you and your family. While the family is playing on our beautiful beach, you can take only two days of your vacation time to complete your CE requirements. Since the classes are held during the day, you still have the evenings to dine out with the family, and you still have five days of your vacation time to fish, play golf, or soak up the sun with the family.

Huge Tax Deduction

By doing this, you earn a huge bonus. Since this is also a business trip, your vacation becomes a business expense. Why not let the government finance your vacation? It is such a smart decision, some people make two trips a year and only takes one day of classes on each trip. This is a win-win situation for both you and your family.

CE Deadline is Sept. 30, 2018

2018 is license renewal year and all licensees must complete 15 hours of continuing education. I have taken the guesswork out it for you. Attend our two-day sessions and receive all required CE credits, regardless whether you are a salesperson or a broker. The courses taught and the dates offered are listed below.

Courses Taught in each two-day session

  • Risk Management Avoiding Violations
  • Risk Management for Salesperson
  • Risk Management for Brokers
  • Mining for Gold Nuggets
  • Code of Ethics (NAR Rquired)

Dates for each two-day session in 2018

  • March 21-22
  • April 18-19
  • May 23-24
  • June 13-14
  • July 18-19
  • August 22-23
  • September 19-20

LOCATION: All classes will be taught at this location.

Orange Beach Community Center

27235 Canal Rd.

Orange Beach, Al. 36561

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New CE Requirements

All licensees must complete Risk Management Avoiding Violations and either Risk Management for Salespersons or Risk Management for Brokers. All brokers must complete Risk Management Avoiding Violations and Risk Management for Brokers.

Since most people want to complete all their CE requirements at the same time, we have made that possible by offering all required courses on the same day.

We are very excited about the one-of-kind elective course “A Day In Court.” It promises to be fun, exciting, educational and one that will form memories for a lifetime.

Day One A Day In Court 9am-4pm 6 Hrs. CE Credits $60  
Day Two Risk Management…. Avoiding Violations 8am11pm 3 Hrs. CE Credits $30  
Day Two Risk Management for Salesperson 11am-3pm 3 Hrs. CE Credits $30  
Day Two Risk Management for Brokers 3pm-6pm 3 Hrs. CE Credits $30  

10 Minute Break Each Hour and One Hour Lunch Break Both Days

Special Note: Salespeople taking Risk Management for Brokers will help a salesperson realize the legal liabilities that are placed on the qualifying broker. Additionally, by taking three different Risk Management classes, the salesperson should be well prepared to limit their liabilities while protecting their clients best financial interests.

Class Dates

July 9-10 July 23-24 Aug. 6-7 Aug. 20-21 Sept. 3-4  Sept. 17-18

To register for these classes send an email to Jame@AlabamaRealEstateInstitute.com and give the name, date your cell phone number. You can pay and register the day of class.

NOTE: Make sure you bring your real estate license number to class because I can’t issue your CE credits without it.

 

Location: Class will be held at the Orange Beach Community Center, 27235 Canal Rd. 36561

For additional information call James Anderson (251) 979-2530. I look forward to seeing you in class.

Alabama Real Estate Institute–PO Box 2115, 416 E. Laruel Ave., Foley, Al. 36535

 

 

Alabama Real Estate CE Class Schedule for 2018 (Classroom)

CE Requirements

All licensees must complete Risk Management Avoiding Violations (level one requirement) and either Risk Management for Salespersons or Risk Management for Brokers (level two requirement). All associate brokers and qualifying brokers must complete a minimum of 3-hour of Level One and 3-hours of Level Two Risk Management.

 

Since most people want to complete all their CE requirements at the same time, we have made that possible by offering all required courses on the same day and elective courses on the second day.

 

We are very excited about the one-of-kind elective course “Mining for Gold Nuggets.” It promises to be fun, exciting, educational and one that will form memories for a lifetime. This year we have included “Code of Ethics” which fulfills the new NAR requirement.

 

Day Class Title Time Credits Cost

Day One

Risk Management…. Avoiding Violations

8am11am

3 Hrs. 

 

$30

 

Day One

Risk Management for Salesperson

11am-3pm

   3 Hrs. 

 

$30

 

Day One

Risk Management for Brokers

3pm-6pm

   3 Hrs. 

 

$30  |

 

Day Two

Mining for Gold Nuggets

9am-12pm

   3 Hrs. 

 

 $30

 

Day Two

Code of Ethics

1pm-4pm

  3 Hrs. 

 

$30

 

The above prices are for individual classes. We offer both days for $150 which includes a FREE copy of the Alabama License Law book. People taking individual classes will not receive a book.

10 Minute Break Each Hour and One Hour Lunch Break Both Days

Special Note: Salespeople taking Risk Management for Brokers will help a salesperson realize the legal liabilities that are placed on the qualifying broker. Additionally, by taking three different Risk Management classes, the salesperson should be well prepared to limit their liabilities while protecting their clients best financial interests.

Class Dates for 2018

Mar. 21-22 April 18-19 May 23-24
June 13-14 July 18-19 August 22-23
Sept.19-20    

 

Pre-registration is required to ensure seating, book and food. To make reservations simple call James Anderson (251)979-2530 or you can email me at James@AlabamaRealEstateInstitute.com and I will email you a registration form.

 

NOTE: Make sure you list your real estate license number on the form because I can not issue your CE credits without it. Prepayment by PayPal is available but non-refundable.

 

Location: Class will be held at the

Orange Beach Community Center
 27235 Canal Rd. 36561

For additional information call James Anderson (251) 979-2530. I look forward to seeing you in class.

Alabama Real Estate Institute

PO Box 2115, 416 E. Laruel Ave.,

Foley, Al. 36535

Alabama Real Estate Continuing Education Courses

 

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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for Continuing Education (CE) are listed below in the order they are to be completed:

  • All Alabama licensees are required to complete a minimum of 15-hours of approved Continuing Education (CE) prior to renewal of licensure. Every licensee must complete 3-hours of mandatory “Risk Management Avoiding Violations” a level one course; and additionally 3-hours of mandatory “Risk Management for Salespersons” or “Risk Management for Brokers,” both are a level two course; and 9 additional hours of “elective classes.”  CE can be completed anytime between October 1 of the first year of licensure and September 30 of the second year of licensure. All license in Alabama must be renewed prior to October 1 in even years. For example; All licensees renewed their license prior to Oct.1, 2018. The next license renewal deadline is September 30, 2020. Continuing Education must be completed between October 1, 2018 and September 30, 2020. To determine the amount of CE credits you have and/or still need, log into your personal profile page on the Commission’s website www.arec.alabama.gov .
  • Whether you purchase our Special Renewal Package (all 15-hour of CE) or purchase individual classes the process is simple.
  • You purchase the classes of your choice and you can begin the class work in a matter of minutes.
  • Upon complete the online course I receive notification of completion.
  • I enter the credits on your behalf with the Alabama Real Estate Commission and notify you that the credits have been issued.
  • Your final step is to log into your personal profile page on the Commission’s website www.arec.alabama.gov to view your credits and complete the course evaluation form.

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Alabama Real Estate Broker Reciprocal License Course

 

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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for getting reciprocal broker license are listed below in the order they are to be completed:

  • Something that might save time, but is not required, is to complete a Request for Determination of Examination for Reciprocal Licensing, and let the real estate Commission determine your current status. As long as you are licensed and in good standing with the Real Estate Commission in the state where originally licensed by examination, getting reciprocal license in Alabama will not be an issue. Just follow the instructions below.
  • Complete a 6-hours Reciprocal Broker Prelicense course which focuses on Alabama License Law only. This course explains the differences between the laws in your state compared to the laws in Alabama that govern our actions.
  • Upon successfully completing the course I will issue credit for you with the Alabama Real Estate Commission; and with Amplified Measuring Professionals (AMP/PSI-the State selected testing company).
  • Once the credits have been issued and received by the Commission and AMP/PSI, I email the student instructions for setting up the state exam.
  • Students must take and pass the state exam with six months from the date I issue the credits.
  • Upon successfully passing the State Exam (with a score or 70 or better) you can apply to the Alabama Real Estate Commission for Alabama Reciprocal Sales License by completing the form supplied to you with the score report after taking the state exam.

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Alabama Real Estate Broker Pre-license Course

 

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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for getting broker’s license are listed below in the order they are to be completed:

  • The first step is to determine if you are qualified. The law requires that you have had an active salesperson license for a minimum of  24 of the previous 36 months.  It is beneficial to complete a Request for Determination of Broker Eligibility and let the real estate Commission notify you of your current status.
  • The next step is to complete a 60-hour Broker Prelicense Course
  • Successfully pass a proctored exam that is given by the school. We do not charge for this exam; however since our proctored exams are usually administered by a public library in your home town, the library may charge a small fee to cover some of their expenses. The most I have seen charged is $35. Most libraries will only charge a fee for the use of copier and fax. The proctored exam is hand written and consist of 100 questions that you must correctly answer 75.
  • Upon passing the proctored exam, I will issue credit for you with the Alabama Real Estate Commission; and with Amplified Measuring Professionals (AMP/PSI-the State selected testing company).
  • Once the credits have been issued and received by the Commission and AMP/PSI, I email the student instructions for setting up the state exam.
  • The state exam must be taken and passed within six months from the date I issue the credits.
  • Upon successfully completing the state exam with a passing score of 70 or better, the student may apply for a broker’s license through the Alabama Real Estate Commission. The student is directed through this process.

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Alabama Real Estate Sales Post-license Course

 

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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for getting sales license are listed below in the order they are to be completed:

  • Within six months from the date a temporary sales license has been issued, an agent will successfully complete a 30-hour Post License course. This is a fun course because it is helping you establish your new business. It will provide you with tools to help jump-start a new real estate business.
  • Upon completing the course you must successfully pass a proctored exam that is given by the school. We do not charge for this exam; however since our proctored exams are usually administered by a public library in your home town, the library may charge a small fee to cover some of their expenses. The most I have seen charged is $35. Most libraries will only charge a fee for the use of copier and fax. The proctored exam is hand written and consist of 100 questions that you must correctly answer 75.
  • Upon passing the proctored exam, I will issue credit for you with the Alabama Real Estate Commission. There are no more state exams.
  • The next and final step is to apply to the real estate Commission for a permanent license by completing the form I will send you.

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Alabama Real Estate Sales Pre-license Course

 

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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for getting sales license are listed below in the order they are to be completed:

  • Individuals that have experienced a criminal record should determine their eligibility prior to purchasing a prelicense course. This can be accomplished by completing a Request for Determination of Licensing Eligibility so the real estate Commission can notify you of your status.
  • Complete a 60-hour Salesperson Prelicense Course
  • Successfully pass a proctored exam that is given by the school. We do not charge for this exam; however since our proctored exams are usually administered by a public library in your home town, the library may charge a small fee to cover some of their expenses. The most I have seen charged is $35. Most libraries will only charge a fee for the use of copier and fax. The proctored exam is hand written and consist of 100 questions that you must correctly answer 75.
  • Upon passing the proctored exam, I will issue credit for you with the Alabama Real Estate Commission; and with Amplified Measuring Professionals (AMP/PSI-the State selected testing company).
  • Once the credits have been issued and received by the Commission and AMP/PSI, I email the student instructions for setting up the state exam.
  • Students must take and pass the state exam within six months from the date I issue the credits.
  • Upon successfully completing the state exam with a passing score of 70 or better, the student may apply for a temporary license (good for 6 months) after making proper application. The student is directed through this process.
  • With this temporary license a student becomes an active agent and can begin listing and selling real estate; however, a Post License course must be completed from the date the temporary license were issued. Please refer to the Post License page to learn specific details.

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About the Alabama Real Estate Institute

The Alabama Real Estate Institute – A Complete Real Estate School!

ARELLO CERTIFIED DISTANT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR
ARELLO is the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials made up of jurisdictions (countries and states) that regulate the sale and leasing of real estate.

Real Estate Training Specialists

Alabama Real Estate Institute is licensed through the  Alabama Real Estate Commission to provide various types of educational needs to all licensees in Alabama as well as out-of-state licensees desiring to become licensed in Alabama. Our Staff of Instructors are prominent figures in the real estate industry that have years of actual experience. Our guest speakers are leaders within their industry that are considered to be ranked in the top of their field. It is our goal to become “The Educational Source” for all licensees practicing real estate in Alabama.

The Alabama Real Estate Institute provides Alabama Real Estate Commission approved education courses in Real Estate Salesperson Pre License, Real Estate Salesperson Post License, Broker Pre license, Reciprocal Sales license, Reciprocal Broker license, Training Classes, Training Boot Camps, Continuing Education courses (CE), Productivity Coaching and Motivational Speakers for specialized events.

We offer one of the largest selections of CE classes in Alabama. Distance Learning Courses, more commonly called Online Courses or Internet Courses can be accessed online by clicking one of the links on this page. The Alabama Real Estate Institute also offers CE classes in various classroom settings state-wide.

We hope you will select Alabama Real Estate Institute as your Real Estate School of choice!

Has your group or office considered a classroom based continuing education trip along with a beach vacation for the families? We can schedule classes for a large group.

For more information or to arrange a classroom training for your group or office in your home town please contact:

James Anderson, CDEI, GRI, CDPE
School Administrator
Alabama Real Estate Institute, LLC

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