Broker Post-Licensing Classroom

Course Description

The Classroom 60-Hour Florida Real Estate Broker Post-Licensing Courses include

Course Breakdown

Real Estate Brokerage Management Course Breakdown

1The Challenge of Change
3Management Skills
4Communications and Decision Making
5Analyzing the Business Environment
6Analyzing the Market
7Developing a Plan
8Structuring the Organization
9Structuring Business Systems
10Structuring the Finances
11Business Policies and Procedures
12Marketing and Advertising
13The Practical and Legal Realities of Staffing
14Recruiting, Selecting, and Hiring the Staff
15Professional Competency
16Coaching Performance
17Monitoring Operations
18Managing Risk
Final Exam90 Minute Timed Exam (50 ques. Multiple choice) Passing 75% or better

Real Estate Investment Course Breakdown

1Ownership Interests in Real Property
2Feasibility Studies of Real Estate Investments
3Financial Analysis of Real Estate Investments
4Financing for Real Estate Investments
5Income Taxes and Real Estate Investments
6Investing in Land
7Investing in Residential Properties
8Investing in Office Buildings
9Investing in Strip Stores and Shopping Centers
10Investing in Industrial Properties
11Special Real Estate Investments
Final Exam90 Minute Timed Exam (50 ques. Multiple choice) Passing 75% or better

License Renewal Process

To renew your license, the state requires proof of your education completion, and you must pay a renewal fee:

Education Submission

Your completion dates are the dates that you pass the end-of-course exams. To be considered on-time, courses must be complete at or before 11:59pm EST the day of the renewal deadline.

Once you have completed each course, we will automatically submit your information to the state electronically.

Depending on the information you have provided, we will attempt to fax and email your completion slips to you. We also put completion slips and diplomas in the regular mail. Please keep these documents for your records.

Pay your renewal fee to the State

You can pay your renewal fee in three ways:

Online:Log in to your DBPR Online Services Account.

You will be asked for your User ID and PIN. Your User ID can be found by searching with your license number. If you have not already changed your PIN, it may be the last four digits of your social security number.

Phone:DBPR (850) 487-1395

Mail: If you have your renewal notice from the state, you can return it with a payment.