What's covered in the Unit II Advanced Real Estate Principles/Post Licensing course?
PL-1: Agency and Property Disclosure: Your Guide to Success
As one of the four key topic areas for post-licensing education, Agency and Property Disclosure will help you
understand key points in the complicated area of agency. A firm grasp of legal and ethical requirements related to
agency relationships in real estate is mandatory to protect both the agent and the consumer. Appropriate disclosure
procedures will be discussed. Course # PL1-060
PL-2: Real Estate Contracts: A Master's Approach
Contracts are essential to the role of real estate agents in assisting and protecting the public in buying, selling and
leasing real property. A thorough understanding of contracts and contract law is vital to agents being able to carry
out their fiduciary duties under the law of agency to comply with state laws. Course #PL2-060.
PL-3: Ethics and Real Estate For the New Agent
This course will help you understand the importance of ethical behavior in all real estate dealings. Interesting and
challenging ethical case studies will be covered, along with strategies to identify situations involving ethics, assess
situations, explain the possible choices involved and understand the reasoning behind the choices. Course #PL3-
PL-4: Making It Count! Measurements and Valuation
Learn the basic calculations used in measuring real property. You will learn to accurately measure a house and be
able to perform a market analysis of individual properties. Course #PL4-060.
PL-5: Property Management
Learn about leases, landlord-tenant relationships, residential and commercial properties and fair housing laws.
The South Carolina Unit II Advanced Real Estate Principles textbook delivers 30 hours of required prelicensing education for the prospective real estate salesperson. It builds on the foundational...
The South Carolina Unit II Advanced Real Estate Principles textbook delivers 30 hours of required prelicensing education for the prospective real estate salesperson. It builds on the foundational knowledge acquired in the Unit I course. The intent of this text is to help students become more proficient in the practice of real estate and to reinforce topics learned previously and to protect the public in real estate transactions. It provides advanced training in the areas of agency, contracts,...