Real Estate Education:   Now More than Ever
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Real Estate Education in California is more important now than ever. Short sales, foreclosure, ethics, and property management are topics in which all real estate professionals must be skilled. ......

Real Estate Education in California is more important now than ever. Short sales, foreclosure, ethics, and property management are topics in which all real estate professionals must be skilled. The California Community College system is key to ensuring the current and next generation of real estate professionals serve all Californians will highest fiduciary service. Help ensure vocational real estate and appraisal education classes stay a vital part of your local community college curriculum!

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  • 1. Thanks to the California Community Colleges
  • 2. • Interest Rates are at historic lows.• Existing Housing Inventory levels are abnormally low.• Bidding wars exist in many communities.• Bank held “Shadow Inventories” represent less inventory than expected.• Alternative Financing Methods (Seller financing, HUD, VA, First time homebuyer programs) are up.
  • 3. • The Department of Real Estate reports increased enforcement and discipline cases.• New Mortgage Loan Origination Broker requirements at State and Federal Levels.• Pending California legislation to increase broker. experience/education requirements.
  • 4. • Short-Sale Marketing and Bank Negotiations.• Foreclosure Sale Marketing and Sales.• Alternative and Creative Financing.• New Mandatory Disclosure Requirements.• New Immigrant and Emerging Populations entering the housing market.
  • 5. • Preparation for transfer to baccalaureate institutions.• Achievement of Associate Degrees in Arts and Science.• Acquisition of certificate and career skills needed for success in the workplace.• Promotion of economic development and job growth• Lifelong learning, consumer protection, life skills, and citizenship.• Active engagement in the civic, social, and economic fabric of the community.