Lee Institute School of Real Estate

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Preparing Massachusetts Real Estate Professionals Since 1956

Mortgage Lending Courses - Mortgage 101 Boot Camp


NMLS Approved 20 Hour Mortgage Professional SAFE Comprehensive Course


Online Instructor Led Mortgage courses




Yes, the Lee Institute is approved to offer this program in real time and is approved by the Massachusetts Real Estate Board. 
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Real Estate Principles and Practices I (CT) Course Outline

  • Rights:
    • Personal v Real Property
    • Elements of Fixtures
    • Bundle of Rights
    • Rights of others
      • Government
      • Rights of Others
    • Easements
    • Estates
    • Forms of Ownership
      • Condo
      • Coops
      • Timeshares
    • Alienation and transferring of these rights
    • Title
      • Warranties
      • Defects i.e. Color or Cloud
  • Appraisal Process:
    • Basic Appraisal Principles
    • Elements of Value
    • Characteristics of value
    • Forces which Create value
    • Economic Forces that Affect Value
    • Types of appraisals
      • Market Approach
      • Cost Approach
      • Income Approach
      • Gross rent multipliers
    • Steps in the Appraisal Process
  • Contract Law:
    • Contract elements
    • Contract types and terminology
    • Types of Contracts
      • Listing
      • Sales
  • Agency Relationships' and fiduciary responsibilities:
    • Sellers
    • Buyers
    • Duel
    • Agent v subagent
    • Broker v co broker
  • Property Conditions and disclosures:
    • Environmental issues
    • Material and other disclosures
    • Lead Paint
    • UFFI
    • Septic and private water
  • Fair Housing Laws:
    • Americans with disability act
    • Sherman anti trust
    • Marketing controls
  • Financing:
    • Mortgage deeds and notes
    • Sources of financing
    • Types of loans
    • Lender requirement
  • Settlement Sheets HUD 1:
  • Leases and property management:
    • Leasehold Estates
    • Types of leases
    • Property management
  • Brokerage:
    • Escrow funds
    • Agent/Subagent relationships
    • Advertising
    • Ethical and business practices
  • Connecticut Laws Rules and Regulations:
    To include:
    • Duties and obligations under State Law
    • Licensing Requirements
    • Statutory Requirements
    • All other mandated State Law

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